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Welcome to the home of Forgotten Lore Publishing, llc.  We believe that the purpose of language is to communicate.  But often, words have the effect of distorting information rather than relaying it. We cannot possibly hope to address all the ways words can be used to enhance or debase, the information they are meant to carry.

We can however, share some notes about many common words in the English language; we have collected over time.  It is our hope that these notes will provide a different viewpoint of this language and what it is capable of; as well as show some useful traits for understanding and using the language.

To that end, foregottenlore.com is under continuing evolution to realize these goals.  Part of the future development will be offerings from our in-house imprint, Fore Lore Books.  These books shall feature projects from novice writers who are brought into our process.  It will also include manuscripts from our staff, as it is appropriate.

However, much of our work will stay focused on completing and designing the site’s database.  Once that is completed, we shall strive to keep it current and have regular updates.  Read more about us and our mission for this website.  Or visit our Library.  We respect your personal information.  Learn how, from our  Privacy Policy.  Or you may contact us here.

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Happy Reading!

The Staff

 

The Bond

Sometimes the troubles of the world seem so overwhelming that a person can feel helpless, in the face of such vast problems.  There is no way one person  can address every ill we face.  Yet there is always something one can do that matters; if that is their desire.

At Forgotten Lore Publishing we have chosen to donate blood.  It may not save the world, but it can save someone’s life; or shorten a lengthy stay in a hospital.  Donation is a minor inconvenience compared to the many potential benefits for human life, for our society; and one never knows when the need for blood may surge.

This is why we donate blood, and recommend that others do so as well.  We realize that this option is not suitable, or desirable, for everyone.  We only mention it to point out a straightforward way for helping others, regardless of one’s financial resources. For it is a gift that is always needed, and welcome.

Respectfully,

J. A. Stubbs