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Steven R. Drennon was born in Lawton, OK, where he first started writing at the age of 15. He published an epic fantasy novel titled "Rise of the Raven" in the spring of 2011, and another fantasy novel titled "Three for Avadar" was released in the summer of 2011. Since then, Steven has published a total of 37 other titles under different pen names, and he is currently working on a new historical fiction series that will be published under his own name.


Nov
1
comment Are the Ramayana and Mahabharatha exaggerated stories or pure fiction?
Let's please try to focus the answers on the following question: "Do we have corroborative archaeological evidence to say that they are not pure fiction?" If this turns into a bunch of specualtion and opinion then we will have to close the question.
Nov
1
reviewed Reopen Has the accounting services industry ever been disrupted in the U.S.?
Nov
1
reviewed Approve Any precedents of U.S. presidents having served in other government roles after the ends of their terms?
Oct
31
reviewed Leave Open Were scientists in Ancient Egypt Egyptian, or were they from other regions?
Oct
30
reviewed Reviewed How common are major cities not built by abundant water?
Oct
30
reviewed Reviewed When were the different stories of Hindu gods written?
Oct
30
reviewed Leave Open Has the accounting services industry ever been disrupted in the U.S.?
Oct
30
comment Has the accounting services industry ever been disrupted in the U.S.?
This question is only marginally related to history. On top of that, it seems to be soliciting lists, which is not what we try to do. On top of that, it's pretty broad overall. If you would like to try to modify it, we can keep it here. Otherwise I think I'd be inclined to go along with the votes to close it.
Oct
29
reviewed Reviewed Material Basis of the Golden Age of Bohemia
Oct
29
reviewed Approve What were the consequences of the bankruptcies of the Spanish Empire?
Oct
28
reviewed Reviewed What area of Los Angeles does this historical map depict?
Oct
27
reviewed Reviewed Is there any history magazine like “Foreign Policy” for politics?
Oct
27
revised Is there any history magazine like “Foreign Policy” for politics?
Modified to make it fit better as a History topic.
Oct
27
reviewed Leave Open Is there any history magazine like “Foreign Policy” for politics?
Oct
27
comment Is there any history magazine like “Foreign Policy” for politics?
While it is true that this question does not fit our format, it seems to me that it would be useful to have such information. Because of that, I am going to convert this to a community wiki, which means we can provide answers that are more of a list of recommendations. I also edited it to make it more of a History topic because I feel like that was the intention.
Oct
27
reviewed Reviewed How do ideologies tend to fare after the regime upholding them falls apart?
Oct
27
comment How do ideologies tend to fare after the regime upholding them falls apart?
Ros, your question here is way too broad and way too subjective. We strive to have questions that can be clearly answered without speculation, opinion, or discussion. If you can, please modify it to something that meets that criteria. Otherwise we may have to close it.
Oct
26
reviewed Reviewed Which city was attacked by Nazi-German war flights in India during WW2?
Oct
25
reviewed Reviewed Who was responsible for the partition of India?
Oct
25
comment Was the US Navy larger in 1917, and if so, why?
I almost wish I could give you two votes. Very impressive answer!