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Halloween Flash Fiction, what could be more fun? Some stories will give you the creep & keep you up at night staring a Read more of this blog post »
When the wild majestic mountains stood alone against the sun
Long before the white man and long before the wheel
When the green dark forest was too silent to be real. ~ Gordon Lightfoot
In 1878, the first train pulled into Haliburton Stati Read more of this blog post »
𝐌𝐞𝐞𝐭 𝐌𝐚𝐫𝐬𝐡𝐚𝐥𝐥 "𝐀𝐦𝐦𝐨" 𝐀𝐝𝐚𝐦𝐬...
REIGN is coming January 4th!
I want to thank my fantastic Cover Design Team for creating this STUNNING cover!
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The pejorative use of a universal name for an underclass or group of workers happens in multiple traditions. In the United States, African American railroad porters we Read more of this blog post »
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Finding the time when other things don’t take precedence.
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He was flattered to be approached by Mrs. Golan. She was top tier society and he was just a hard-working hypnotist with a quiet, professional demeanor. He was dedicated to his field, having published some pamphlets for health professionals about using his Read more of this blog post »
I added a new gig to my Fiverr! This is a less thorough developmental edit, more akin to what others are offering. Rather than going page by page (sometimes line by line), I will read your whole project and send you a developmental letter at the end. This will be more Read more of this blog post »
In 1,2 & 3 John, Apostle John holds out his arms and welcomes young believers into the fellowship of Christians (aka the Church). The first order of business is the Light of Messiah Jesus’ presence in the assembly of belivers.
The next order of bRead more of this blog post »
Many thanks to Meg Dowell for this lovely review of our anthology Star Wars: Essays Exploring a Galaxy Far, Far Away at Now This Is Lit!Read more of this blog post »
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Boarded Windows, Dead Leaves by Michael Jess Alexander
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
A good selection of grisly stories to read before you go to bed.
I like how there is a connected theme throughout this book. I’ve always been a fan of short chronicles, and this group’s brevity is welcome.
My favorites in
Today: The Beast of Gevaudan: 18th Century Werewolf
Welcome on this Weird Wednesday! Today we’re taking a (rather ill-advised) stroll in the French woo Read more of this blog post »
This is a little guide "in the works". I have been having open discussions and look forward to your feedback as I put this thing together.
Everyone can agree the world is a crazy place now.
Gun violence; drugs; politics; economy; global warming & more. So what do you do? You a Read more of this blog post »
Occultism was a frequent topic during the 1970s, so I decided to write a novel to fit the times. I really wasn’t interested the occult, but I knew a lot about fear as a result of growing up in horrifying situations. Thankfully, Zebra Books bough Read more of this blog post »
No matter what challenge is presented to you, there is a way to navigate it. Though it may be hard to see right now, God has given us the wisdom and guidance to overcome any difficulty and emerge more vital than ever before.
This article is a guide to Finding RRead more of this blog post »
In the world of literature, genres are powerful tools for categorization and marketing. They help readers find the kinds of stories they love and offer writers a niche to explore their creativity. Howeve Read more of this blog post »
I wanted to hate her. Instead, I desperately need her.
I didn't get to be CEO by playing nice. I'm driven and ruthless—and yes, occasionally rude. But it gets the job done, and that's all I care about. My business partners disagree. They insist I need to improve my communic Read more of this blog post »
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“I love Augie and have no reason to doubt him, but I also know he came here on a whim. And that scares me a little.”
“Because you Read more of this blog post »
What Greets Me at the End
By Richard H. Fay
My hedonisti Read more of this blog post »
Delaware Bay is one of the most important stopover sites for migratory shorebirds in the Western Hemisphere. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, many species traversing this area faced significant declines due to overhunting, habitat loss, and other human activities. Some species were hu Read more of this blog post »
The tale of two authors: A short story of the battle for a Goodreads Profile and a bizarre discovery
If you are reading this, allow me to introduce you to myself. My name is Alex Freund. I am a painter and a writer. I have an interest in photography and a professional background in finance and client service, with a degree in psychology. I dabble in music playing trumpet and self teaching myself hoRead more of this blog post »
If you have paid attention to my posts on social media, you may already know my answer for today’s Q&A.
My favorite season is Autumn.
Not only is this harvest season, but it also means cooler weather and lower electric bills.
“But Emma Lee, Spring has cool weather also. Why not that one?”
Allergies.Read more of this blog post »
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