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The execution date Friday, October 13, 1307, of the Knights Templar is where the legend of bad luck on Friday 13th comes from.
Since we are having an awful lot of Fridays falling on the 13th this year it’s intriguing to look back on where the legend may have come from. Some say it did and some say it didn’t. But I’m sure … Continue reading
In writing one must be true to his or her self first before they can even begin to compose anything for the public. True to your vision of the work. This doesn’t mean the accounts has to be true stories … Continue reading
I heard this one is hilarious. Again, I haven’t read it. People often introduce me to books they have read. Asking have I read it? Although, I haven’t read it yet, the prologue is funny…if not a little scary. It’s … Continue reading
Gazing at the streets, heat waves dancing before her eyes. Augusta Georgia seems hotter than the foyers of hell. No air condition, only a folded newspaper bent into a fan to keep the heat from driving her insane, Ana stood … Continue reading