Archive for February, 2017

Fantastic Three Ingredient Desserts
Baking can be a tricky endeavor, as many desserts require a ton of ingredients and steps that can leave beginners a little overwhelmed. There are tons of amazing baked goods out there, but buying all ...
Frederick Parka year ago
Tig Notaro's "One Mississippi"
With the advent of many streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon, many artists have been given the opportunity to create original content that might not otherwise be seen by audiences. Of t...
Iron Reagan: Crossover Ministry ALBUM REVIEW
Iron Reagan continue to keep the flame of crossover thrash burning on this new LP. To listen to this album is to listen to thirty minutes of fast, glorious and straightforward fury. Sometimes it feels...
Zach Fostera year ago
Women, the Anti-Trump March, and Gun Rights
** As an instructor trained by the NRA and licensed by the BSA, I professionally teach children how to shoot, and what their responsibilities with guns are. I've turned teenage girls into sharpshooter...
Messages to the President
President Donald Trump finally commented on the Oscars, finding his own way to make it all about him: “I think they were focused so hard on politics that they didn’t get the act together at the end,” ...
Carole Amenda year ago
On Breath, Gravity, and Support
How many times have I thought to myself, "Next time, I’ll be more conscious"? Well, another next time is here. This time, it’s my doggie, Amber-girl, my 42-pound gift of sweetness. She’s gonna leave m...
Made in DNAa year ago
The Minimalist Guide to Formatting Your eBooks
First and foremost, most, if not all, of this information can be found or gleaned from the Smashwords Style Guide by Mr. Mark Coker, and/or the Amazon guides in their authors' community forums at the ...
Brutalist Stories #6
“Isn’t this enough?” he said, holding her ashen hand, her old skin soft to the touch, smooth like leather, a faint pulse whispering to him. “What is this here? What are you here? A life lived, uncount...
Outrun Storiesa year ago
Outrun Stories #6
“Strip all this away, strip it all away and what are you? What are you really?” “I’m a killer, Michael. This is my job, and this is what we’re going to get done.” He held the gun firmly forwards as th...
Stefin Bradburya year ago
Sour Bubba by Emerald Evolution
First impressions are important. You never get a second chance to make another. And like being set up on a blind date, when you get a text from a shop that they have a bag on special, expectations and...
What is a Joint Session of Congress?
As President Trump addresses his first Joint Session of Congress only months after stepping into the presidency, the American people are allowed an insiders look into a tradition which began in the 18...
daniel morrisa year ago
Symbiote Chapter 0 (Prelude)
The pursuit of science is the key to unlocking the universe. The knowledge and technology gained are the gifts given by the universe as a reward for perseverance. No race had more perseverance in the ...
Nick Browna year ago
14/1/1967: The Underwater Menace – Part 1
My ongoing mission: to watch classic television fifty years after first broadcast... “You’re not turning me into a fish!” The problem I have with this episode is that Atlantis is presented as if it’s ...
Nick Browna year ago
29/1/1967: Re-watching... The Death Game
My ongoing mission: to watch classic television fifty years after first broadcast... Simon Templar is walking along a foggy London street. There is the sound of a marching band which turns out to be a...
Raphael Kiyania year ago
Why The UK Needs Electoral Reform
The 2015 General Election came and went, delivering a Conservative majority government with Labour failing to engage the electorate as a credible alternative and ended up having less seats than they d...