Ranker’s Charge: Deliverance at Van Demon’s Deep By: S.P. Stevens It is commonly said that the true fiber of a person will be determined by what they do when they face what seem to be impossible odds. Will they run and hide, or stand up and tackle these challenges head on? Indubitably, this is a sure-fire way in which to test an individual’s character. With all of that in mind we can see how Ranker’s Charge: Deliverance at Van Demon’s Deep, by author S.P. Stevens, puts this theory to the test. Readers who are looking to explore such concepts...Read More
Month: March 2019
Seattle Red By: Reb MacRath What comes to mind when the term “hard-boiled crime fiction” is uttered? Perhaps visions of Sam Spade, Philip Marlowe or Mike Hammer come alive. Tough, hard-nosed private investigators who will solve a case no matter what. Bound by a personal code of honor which others may neither appreciate nor understand. A unique sense of morality backed up by an acid wit. This will all definitely ring a bell if you have had the good fortune to meet Boss MacTavin in Seattle Red by author Reb MacRath. For lovers of top-notch, hard-boiled crime fiction and...Read More
All Roads Shattered By: Lisa Diaz Meyer What is evil? The answer to that question has an awful lot to do with perspective. What some people consider to be evil, others see as heroic. With that thought in mind, have you ever wondered if there is a capacity for all of us to engage in dark and lurid conduct? It can certainly be argued that nobody begins life with evil in their heart. It is a conditioned behavior. We all rely upon one another in some fashion, and when it all goes sideways… so do our actions. Pretty...Read More
Don’t Say You Can’t Publish By: Nina Romano If you’re writing short stories, poems, essays, or stand-alone novel excerpts, you should be submitting these in order to publish in small magazines, or literary journals. Once you have accrued some solid publications, this gives you a bit of clout when writing to agents, editors and publishers on behalf of a larger body of work. You can then query for a novel, a collection of short stories or poems. Always include an Author Bio, where you can mention the publications. When I was writing and submitting poetry, I’d send out poems...Read More
Love is the Answer, God is the Cure: A True Story of Abuse, Betrayal and Unconditional Love By Aimee Cabo Nikolov
Love is the Answer, God is the Cure: A True Story of Abuse, Betrayal and Unconditional Love By Aimee Cabo Nikolov What exactly is it which helps people to persevere through dark and challenging times? When the world seems as if it is upside down and filled with absolute anguish and grief. This situation will drive many people to their knees, with no hope of ever getting back up again. However, there are others who will not only rise- but actually grow stronger. With all the odds stacked against them, they still manage to survive and thrive. Instead of...Read More
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And I did not speak out because I wasn’t a communist.
Then they came for the trade unionists,
And I didn’t speak out because I was not a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Jews,
And I did not…
If this was to be your last day on this planet, would you be satisfied with the life you have lived? Have you existed in harmony with those around you- and within yourself? What if your answer to these questions is a resounding ‘No’? …