Indie author of fantasy, paranormal, and sci-fi fiction romances.
You can find me on my blog at skydanielswrites.com
Hatred Has A Colour
Listen to the rhythm of your children Red blood, white bones, and grey ashes built this country Their Crayola darker than the pastels
I Bet You Know A Dandy Lady
Sex in the City dared to talk about four single women dating in New York City. There were relatable characters. Someone knew someone like Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda, and Samantha. I wouldn't hate the fact that they were all white women grossly misrepresenting a metropolitan city like New York or learn until my adult years that I was all four women wrapped in one. But when Sex in the City first came out, I was a sixteen-years-old and watched solely for the fashion. Compared to the onslaught of information at the fingertips of teenagers today, I was too young to understand the dating world of Sex in the City fully. What I did know was Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw had style.
Murder, Tae couldn’t believe they arrested him for Sasha’s murder. He so badly wanted to tell them she disappeared into Love Sail. Who would believe him? It was the truth his girlfriend vanished into the blues, reds, purples, orange and yellows of the Love Sail painting. Neither of them realised the magic Love Sail held. All Sasha talked about were the rumours. She used the word fated a lot. All couples who viewed Love Sail together were said to stay together forever, just like the couple in the painting. No one knew the identity of the lovers. They were a pair of black silhouettes holding hands on a boat out on the water, with the sunset as the backdrop.
The Grain Restaurant Helped Me Lose 50 pounds
A lot of vegans have an essential cause for why they no longer consume animal products. Whether they watched a documentary that turned them against eating meat by seeing the disturbing images of how some farmers cruelly contain the animals and distribute out the beef, or maybe they do it for environmental reasons. Whatever their lofty reasons are, I don't fall into those categories. I'm a pseudo vegan. I don't touch animal products for whole months at a time simply for vanity reasons, and I'm used to it. I grew up in a household where I couldn't eat meat, sweets or get fast food. Once I became a college-going-adult, I rebelled and fell into the trappings of the fast-food industry. In my fully-grown-adult years since I've stopped being a vegan and have altered my eating habits to fit a quick fix lifestyle, I've gained 160 pounds.
Sliders, Wings, Fries, Oh My!
There's a specific type of craving that can't be satisfied by most singular fast food places—the stick to the belly type of cravings where one food won't hit the spot. Tacos, burgers, buffalo wings, and fries, you can taste them on your tongue; you need them.
Why Synchronic Why?
The Plot April brings Synchronic to Netflix's. The newest sci-fi thriller drama about two New Orleans Paramedics, Steve Denube (Anthony Mackie) and Dennis Dannelly (Jamie Dornan), arriving on the scene to bizarre accidents. A guy's been stabbed with a sword. Everywhere Steve and Dennis go, they keep getting called to locations where strange things happen because of a new drug called Synchronic. The pair think nothing of it until Dennis' daughter Brianna (Ally loannides) disappears after taking Synchronic. Then it becomes a race to find her and bring her back home. The plot is what'll draw you in if you love a good thriller mixed with science fiction and horror.
- First Place in Eat Local Challenge
Shows About Food Lured Me To My Favourite Restaurant
Shows about food help me relax. I love the visuals, the sounds of chopping on boards, mixing and listening to the stories they came with the food. This is why I was a massive fan of iZombie. Liv, the main character, turns into a zombie, and her life is turned upside down. It's the creative ways she finds to eat brains that kept me watching.
Tales From Lou Lou's Heart
Men stood outside the church's door in black suits, purple ties and coronation ribbons on their lapels, holding their hats in their palms. Women dressed in white Wob Dwiyet and headwraps spun gold and lavender parcels in the air with a dance where they moved like monarch butterflies flying in the summer sky. The horns, bass and trumpets played Amazing Grace, filling Panola Street with life.