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Delight Hunter spends her days looking out of her window at her handsome but very mysterious and reclusive next door neighbor. She walks straight into a mystery when one day a fire starts in one of the upper rooms of his house and she dashes over to warn him, only to have him lock her in with instructions to let no one else in. Why is he so insistent that no one come in? What secrets are hidden within the walls of this house? - Summary by Laura Victoria
 
A young girl frantically summons a gentleman walking by on the street to come in and help her grandfather. Arthur Outhwaite answers her cry for help only to find himself as the last person to see her grandfather alive and left with the admonishment from the dying man to deliver a letter to someone, and to that person only. Unfortunately, he dies before he can inform Outhwaite who that particular person is. Being in a house of strangers, Outhwaite is thrust into the mystery of not only findin ...
 
The Pioneers is set against the background of pioneering life in the Gippsland region of Victoria in pre-Federation Australia. Mary and Donald Cameron are free-settlers who make a home in the wilderness and grow a prosperous cattle operation that establishes their position as prominent members of the new settlement. At first, the novel privileges Mary’s perspective as she encounters escaped convicts, bush fires, and raising a son in a remote community. Later, it follows her son, Davey, as he ...
 
Told from the perspective of a Mrs. Truax, the owner of an inn during the time of the American and French Revolutions, "The Forsaken Inn" is a locked-room mystery that keeps readers guessing about what has happened. A young couple stays at the inn for the night, and goes on their way in the morning ... and several years later, the bride's body is found in a secret room of the inn. Yet, many people saw that bride leave with her husband. How can this be? Green tells her tale through Mrs. Truax ...
 
This is Global Weirding. In this series, we're tackling climate issues head on. How do we know this Global Warming thing is even real? Why do scientists say that humans are causing climate change and not just natural cycles like it's been every other time, while many politicians say exactly the opposite. Is climate change behind all the crazy weather we see today? Does fixing climate mean we have to shut down the economy? Why are the Pope and the National Association of Evangelicals piling o ...
 
Violet Strange, a clever petite detective, is called upon to solve the mystery of a page gone missing from an important document. The futures of several people, including an eccentric misanthrope, a chemical scientist, a bride and groom, depend on the quick resolution of this problem. In solving one mystery, she uncovers another which dates back many years.
 
"I was married to-day in Grace Church. At the altar my bride--you probably know her name, Miss Georgian Hazen--wore a natural look, and was in all respects, so far as any one could see, a happy woman, satisfied with her choice and pleased with the éclat and elegancies of the occasion. Half-way down the aisle this all changed. I remember the instant perfectly. Her hand was on my arm and I felt it suddenly stiffen. I was not alarmed, but I gave her a quick look and saw that something had happe ...
 
The small town of Shelby is shaken by a brutal murder. A man by the name of Etheridge was found beaten to death. A local inn-keeper, is convicted and executed for the crime. Many years later, "a woman in purple" shows up at the house of Ostrander, the respected judge who had sentenced the inn-keeper to be executed. This mysterious woman turns out to be the wife of the convicted man, but she does not believe he was guilty. She visits the Judge, to challenge him on his verdict. He listens to h ...
 
A perplexing mystery novel published in 1897, That Affair Next Door focuses on a mysterious murder that has occurred in a quiet neighborhood, incidentally in the house next door to the home of the curious Miss Butterworth. Consequently, the middle-aged spinster becomes directly involved in the unraveling of the gruesome crime, instigated by her inquisitive and resolute nature. The story sets into motion with the introduction of its protagonist, Miss Amelia Butterworth, an admirable woman in ...
 
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Making Building Codes More Accessible That's where we'll start our conversation on Thursday’s Context & Clarity LIVE. Jeff Echols and Katharine White MacPhail will welcome Scott Reynolds, Co-Founder, and CEO of UpCodes, to Context & Clarity LIVE. Join the conversation Thursday as we talk to Scott about making building codes more accessible, usable,…
 
On Context & Clarity LIVE, we talked to Angela Donahoe about the future of your work, your legacy, and succession planning. She had some real mic-drop moments when she talked about what legacy really is and what we should all be focused on. What are our big takeaways from the conversation and how will our audience of small firm architects apply wha…
 
Succession Planning for Small Firm Architects That's where we'll start our conversation on Thursday’s Context & Clarity LIVE. Jeff Echols and Katharine White MacPhail will welcome Angela Donahoe, Chief Executive Vision Officer of The Donahoe Group, to Context & Clarity LIVE. Join the conversation Thursday as we talk to Angela about her legacy, succ…
 
On Context & Clarity LIVE, we talked to Pat Flynn about engaging and building community. He laid out, step-by-step how he thinks an architecture firm can build a community. Yes, having the very engaged Context & Clarity community in conversation with Pat about building an engaged community was pretty meta, and super-inspiring. What are our big take…
 
Can Architects create superfans and passive income? That’s where we started our conversation on Thursday’s Context & Clarity LIVE. Jeff Echols and Katharine MacPhail welcomed someone who lost their "dream job," being an architect, and went on to become the most recognizable passive income entrepreneur in the world, Pat Flynn to Context & Clarity LI…
 
On Context & Clarity LIVE, we talked to Zach Waters about risk management and insurance for architects. Talking about risk caused anxiety for some of our audience members, but our conversation with Zach provided a lot of important information. What are our big takeaways from the conversation and how will our audience of small firm architects apply …
 
How can architects manage (or reduce) risk? That's where we'll start our conversation on TODAY’s Context & Clarity LIVE at a SPECIAL TIME... 3:00pm ET. Katharine White MacPhail and I will welcome Zach Waters, Founder, and CEO of Black Swan Risk Management to Context & Clarity LIVE. Join the conversation TODAY as we talk to Zach about where risk com…
 
On Context & Clarity LIVE, we talked to Bryon McCartney about SEO (search engine optimization) and content that attracts clients to architects’ websites. It was a fun and informative conversation, but what are our big takeaways and how will our audience of small firm architects apply what we learned from Julie? Jeff and Katharine are joined backsta…
 
What is SEO and how can Architects build better websites? That's where we'll start our conversation on Thursday’s Context & Clarity LIVE. Jeff Echols and Katharine White MacPhail will welcome Bryon McCartney, SEO expert and Co-Founder and Chief Creative Strategist of ArchMark to Context & Clarity LIVE. Join the conversation Thursday as we talk to B…
 
On Context & Clarity LIVE, we talked to Julie Brown about networking that works, even if you’re an introvert. It was a great conversation, but what are our big takeaways and how will our audience of small firm architects apply what we learned from Julie? Jeff and Katharine are joined backstage by California Architect, Mandy Freeland to break down t…
 
How can architects build networks that work (even if they're an introvert)? That's where we'll start our conversation on Thursday’s Context & Clarity LIVE. Jeff Echols and Katharine White MacPhail will welcome Julie Brown, business development expert, podcast host, and author of, "This Shit Works," to Context & Clarity LIVE. Join the conversation T…
 
We've been talking about networking and relationships all week and I know that a large portion of our community are introverts. Maybe that's you, so today I want to wrap the week up by finding ways to apply all of our conversations about referral partners, important relationships, and building networks, in a way that's palatable for introverts.…
 
Julie Brown is an Author, Podcast Host, Speaker, Business Development Strategist, and Networking Coach. She's on a mission help you build a network of people that are invested in your success. Today, we'll talk with Julie about building a network and building relationships... even if you're an introvert.…
 
When you think about the relationships that are important to you... from the point of view of your architecture firm... that list probably extends beyond your referral partners. It might include consultants, mentors, employees, and vendors. What's your list look like? Who do you include in the relationships that are important to your business?…
 
You probabaly say that a large percentage of the work for your architecture firm comes from repeat clients and/or referrals. So, who's referring clients to you? And, how do you help your referral partners help you? They're sending people your way because they want to help, so what are you doing to make their job easier?…
 
How can an architect also become a developer? That's where we'll start our conversation on Thursday’s Context & Clarity LIVE. Jeff Echols and Katharine White MacPhail will welcome James Petty, architect and author of "Architect & Developer: A Guide to Self-Initiating Projects," to Context & Clarity LIVE. Join the conversation Thursday as we talk to…
 
It's the Labor Day Holiday in the United States and we're taking the day off, but I wanted to give you a rundown of what's coming up. This week, we'll talk to Julie Brown about relationships and networking. Next week, we'll talk to Bryon McCartney about SEO, search engine optimization for architects' websites. The week after, we'll talk to Zach Bro…
 
I feel like I’ve gotten to know a number of people over the past 18 months that I’d call friends and that I could count on, even though for some of you, I’ve never seen your face, and for most of you, we’ve never met in person. So every couple of weeks, we celebrate a member of our community. We call it our Member Spotlight, and this week, Jake Fli…
 
James Petty wrote the book, "Architect & Developer: A Guide to Self-Initiating Projects." Today, we'll talk with James about his journey to becoming both architect and developer, what he learned along the way, and how he recommends architects think about and approach the expanded role of architect as developer.…
 
Making the leap from architect to architect as developer may seem intimidating, so what are some simple steps that you could take in that direction? What are some smaller ways that you could add more value and extract more value from a project that don't require you to take on the full mantel of architect and developer?…
 
How can we make architects and architecture more accessible to more people? That's where we'll start our conversation on today’s Context & Clarity LIVE. Katharine White MacPhail and I will welcome Emily Mottram, Founder of Mottram Architecture, Host of the E3 podcast, and a Co-Host of the BS + Beer show, to Context & Clarity LIVE. Join the conversa…
 
If you were an architect and a developer, what would you develop? A common response might be a single family home, but there are lots of models and examples out there. I've seen everything from flipping apartments to developing, city-block scale, mixed-use projects. So what would you do?Por EntreArchitect // Gābl Media
 
Do building codes need to be overhauled? If building codes have the greatest impact on the greatest number of people across the spectrum of projects, in other words, if building codes are where pretty much everyone is impacted by architecture, what’s the architect’s role in the life of codes?Por Gābl Media // EntreArchitect
 
Emily Mottram and The Brew Crew wanted to take building science to the masses, so they launched the BS + Beer show. I want to know how successful they've been in engaging the public and what they've learned about taking a technical topic to the general public. Can what they've accomplished and learned be applied in other areas to make architects an…
 
How do you get homeowners interested in building science? It's about education, but not necessarily educating them on the technical aspects of building science. We need to help homeowners understand the benefits and results of incorporating the best building science into the design and construction of their home. What are they going to get out of i…
 
What do you need to do differently to build and sustain a firm that has a pipeline based on small projects? That’s the reality of the idea of serving clients outside of the so-called 1%… small projects without room in the budget for your fees. Serving those clients requires a different business model. The traditional practice model is designed to s…
 
How can architects become financially independent and retire early? That's where we'll start our conversation on today’s Context & Clarity LIVE. Jeff Echols and Katharine White MacPhail will welcome Eric Reinholdt, Founder of 30X40 Design Workshop and Co-Host of “The Two Sides of FI,” to Context & Clarity LIVE. Join the conversation today as we tal…
 
This week, we’ll run with the theme of taking architecture to the people and see if we can figure out how to make architects and architecture more accessible to more than just the 1%. Today, we’ll kick the theme off with the question, What can architects do to engage with people that might not think first about hiring an architect? I'll give you a …
 
I feel like I’ve gotten to know a number of people over the past 15 months that I’d call friends and that I could count on, even though for some of you, I’ve never seen your face, and for most of you, we’ve never met in person. So we've started a new regular Context & Clarity feature that we're calling Member Spotlight, and this week, Chris Novelli…
 
There's a movement called F.I.R.E. That's an acronym that stands from Financially Independent. Retire Early. You may know Eric Reinholdt from one of his books or his video series from 30X40 Design Workshop, but Eric has a new project with his childhood friend Jason, The Two Sides of FI podcast. Eric and Jason explore what it means and how to become…
 
If you needed to generate $50,000 of additional income this year, could you do it? Could you make money while you sleep? All week we've been looking backward and forward when it comes to your finances. What would it mean for your future if you could generate passive income in addition to what you're already making?…
 
What's a PR strategy for small firm architects? That's where we'll start our conversation on today’s Context & Clarity LIVE. Katharine White MacPhail and I will welcome Julie Taylor, Founder of Taylor & Co. to Context & Clarity LIVE. Join the conversation today as we talk to Julie about her advocacy for design and the built environment and how arch…
 
Your financial past isn’t really about what you’ve done, it’s about your parents, maybe your grandparents. It’s about what you’ve learned, or haven’t and what’s influenced your money mindsets. What's influenced your relationship with money and finances?Por Gābl Media // EntreArchitect
 
We're taking this show on the road! I'm headed to northern Vermont today and Context & Clarity will be live and I'll be joined by members of the C&C community who were able to make the trip to our first ever Echolstock. Join us for a special live edition and tomorrow for a superlive Context & Clarity panel discussion.…
 
Julie Taylor is not an architect, but a design evangelist. She's the Founder and Principal of Taylor & Company, a PR firm for the built environment, meaning her team only works with architects, landscape architects, developers, product manufacturers, only people designing and building. We'll talk with Julie today about the best way for small firm a…
 
Would you have thought about submitting for design awards as public relations? That thought really didn't cross my mind until I realized that there are as many awards programs as there are publications, probably more, and identifying the right awards, submitting for and winning the award is a lot like getting published. The question is, what's the …
 
A few weeks ago, I was in a conversation about public relations and someone insisted that no one reads or even looks at print magazines any more. They may be right or they may be wrong, but I think a more important discussion is about what does being published mean anymore? Does it mean traditional print publications like magazines and news papers,…
 
What's the future of the Architect? That's where we'll start our conversation on today’s Context & Clarity LIVE. Katharine White MacPhail and I will welcome Robert Ivy, CEO of The American Institute of Architects to Context & Clarity LIVE. Join the conversation today as we talk about Robert’s career in publishing and as the leader of The American I…
 
Public Relations is an interesting niche in the marketing realm. I guess it falls somewhere between what we usually think of as marketing and what we consider business development. In a way, it’s promotional like marketing and relationship based like business development. The question is, what do you do to promote your business?…
 
I feel like I’ve gotten to know a number of people over the past 15 months that I’d call friends and that I could count on, even though for some of you, I’ve never seen your face, and for most of you, we’ve never met in person. So we've started a new regular Context & Clarity feature that we're calling Member Spotlight, and this week, Leslie Divoll…
 
Robert Ivy is an architect, but he left his practice to spend 15 years promoting the profession through publications, and now 10 years at the healm of the American Institute of Architects. He's seen a lot of change in the profession and, I imagine even as he prepares to leave the AIA later this year, he probably has some opinions about the future o…
 
No matter what you think any professional organization should be doing to further the profession, no matter what you think should be lobbied for or legislated, you can’t sit back and watch from the sidelines and wonder why more isn’t happening. You have some responsibility to take up the cause. What is the individual architect's responsibility when…
 
Much of the built environment isn’t designed by architects and the majority of work that is designed by architects is commissioned by the so-called 1%. That means that we’re not really engaging with a very large portion of the population. Should we be? If so, the question is, how do you serve the other 99%? How do we make architects more accessible…
 
Cash flow for architects. That's where we'll start our conversation on today’s Context & Clarity LIVE. Katharine White MacPhail and I will welcome Bolanle Williams-Olley, CFO of Mancini Duffy to Context & Clarity LIVE. Join the conversation today as we talk about Bolanle’s love of math, how she ended up in architecture firms, and the best ways to g…
 
A new class of architecture students will begin their studies in a few weeks. What advice do you wish someone gave you when you were starting your architectural education? What advice do you have for new students, especially in light of how you think the profession will (or won't) change in the next 10 years?…
 
Have you used any non-traditional financing for an architecture project? What does that even mean? I'm wondering if you've done something or somehow participated in financing some part of a project. Maybe you've invested something in the construction of a project. Or, maybe you've come up with a non-traditional approach to coming up with your proje…
 
Bolanle Williams-Olley loves math and she sees numbers everywhere. She recently presented an excellent Expert Training Session on Cash Flow For Architects for the EntreArchitect membership. We've been talking all week about financials for architects and I think this topic of cash flow may be the most important. If you don't have a handle on what's …
 
When it comes to financials… What do you track? What do you report on? And When? It's awefully hard to plan for something if we don't know where we're coming from or where we're going. I know this is something that can be really complicated and time consuming or it can be boiled down to its essence and simplified. I’m a fan of the simplified versio…
 
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