Monthly Archives: June 2020

Old Folks Say Life Doesn’t Get Easier

  When I hear the elders talk about the past the picture above is what I envision. When I think about those who lived through the Great Depression, World II, Korean War, Poverty of 1960’s, The Civil Rights Movements, Vietnam … Continue reading

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Grammy Winner-Lizzo

I had never heard of her nor her music until I saw a post commenting on her plus size and wondered what her size had to do with rather she could perform? I saw she had won a Grammy and … Continue reading

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How to Add Diversity To Your Reading

I learned years ago that some of the best stories and most  interesting novels have to be searched for. No one is going to tell you where to find them. You have to browse around the internet or library until … Continue reading

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A Burst of Light Unlike Any Captured Before. Created by two Blackholes colliding.

Everyone knows that black holes swallow light and stars not produce light. Well, astronomers say they have captured an unexpected spark from a collision of two black holes. When the two collided and they produced a burst of light as … Continue reading

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How to Write a Series.

This is a generalization of what a series could consist of: Writing A Series I already posted an article about the advancement of a series as to a single book. One advantage is that you can copyright it as  brand … Continue reading

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A History of Madness (The Outlands Pentalogy Book 2) by Rebecca Crunden

I found an interesting series I’m beginning to read.  

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A Giant Sahara Dust Storm Traveled Across The Atlantic: A Taste of Africa.

Rich dust from the Sahara fertilize faraway lands across the oceans and seas. To many, this supersize dust storm is a mixed blessing.  It’s a curse because it blocked out visibility of airports in its path. It’s a blessing because … Continue reading

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Hail Satan- The Documentary-released June 2, 2019 is lying about who they are.

Satanism is indeed a religion and it doesn’t not run a democracy regardless of what they say. Hmmm, I watched it but didn’t like the fact they lied about not worshiping the dark entity called Satan. I hope no one … Continue reading

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The Lindworm

An interesting Middle Ages story.   The Lindworm Prince

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