Category Archives: anger

Tartarus and Paradise-Old Breton ballad

I writes a lot of historical fictions and have to do lots of research. But I’m often coming across very intriguing facts about places and time periods. Writing in certain time periods it very difficult to avoid discussing religion if … Continue reading

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We all know about the stockades and the letters sewn on clothing, but not many know about the ‘scold’s bridle’ or ‘branks’ used on uncontrollable women.

When writing and sitting novels in certain eras and one want to remain authentic to the time period and its customs you will find that some of the practices were very demeaning, dehumanizing, and plain old cruel. The scarlet letter … Continue reading

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Coronavirus and Domestic Violence

Coronavirus and Domestic Violence I reposted this one for this epidemic appeals to be getting worst. In many cities all across the world there’s been a spike in domestic violence since families have no other choice but to stay at … Continue reading

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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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J. Canadace’s Goodread Review of The Devil on My Trail

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/32334556-the-devil-on-my-trail This review was written years ago but I’m just now listing it for blog members. I thought it would be a great book to tackle before the full swing of summer arrive. Dec 26, 2016J. Canadace rated it it … Continue reading

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Black for a Day: White Fantasies of Race and Empathy by Alisha Gaines

The book is based upon real experiments conducted by journalists. In 1948, a journalist named Ray Sprigle traded his whiteness to live as a black man for four weeks. A little over a decade later, John Howard Griffin famously “became” … Continue reading

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Coronavirus and Domestic Violence

Coronavirus and Domestic Violence In many cities all across the world there’s been a spike in domestic violence since families have no other choice but to stay at home and isolated. The number of abuse cases are climbing higher than … Continue reading

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Saint Patrick’s Witticism -Get these snake offa my plains.

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Another Man’s War: The True Story of One Man’s Battle to Save Children in the Sudan

Another Man’s War: The True Story of One Man’s Battle to Save Children in the Sudan This was another recommended book. Sam Childer received the Mother Theresa Award for his work. At the point, when I say this book is … Continue reading

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