AA in Communications from University of Phoenix (2014).| | BA Degree in Creative Writing and Screenwriting from Southern New Hampshire University (2016).| | Currently in school for a MA in English and Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University (2018).| | Volunteer Content Creator at SNHU Odyssey. https://www.theodysseyonline.com/@tlhicks | | Author of https://tlhicksblog.wordpress.com/ | | Retired Paranormal Investigator for Christian County, IL Ghost Hunters Society. https://ccghs.wordpress.com/ .

Comic-Con 20147

Per Comic-Con, who would have thought, back in 1970 a group of comic, movie, and science fiction enthusiasts would come together to form a comic book convention? A small gathering … Continue reading Comic-Con 20147

Fake News, Journalism And The Americans

“Public enlightenment is the forerunner of justice and the foundation of democracy.” -SPJ Code of Ethics (http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp). Per Cambridge Dictionary, Fake News is false stories disguised as accurate news. The … Continue reading Fake News, Journalism And The Americans

Micro-Fiction Weekend July 14-16. 2017

On my Facebook Author Page, I started a Microfiction weekend. I post a picture on a Friday, and it stays up until Monday morning. You are to write a short story about the … Continue reading Micro-Fiction Weekend July 14-16. 2017

How Did You Celebrate “Video Games Day?”

As seen at SNHU Odyssey Per Holiday Insights, July 8th is “Video Games Day” with “National Video Games Day” being on September 12th. Modern Life Discussions has labeled July 8th … Continue reading How Did You Celebrate “Video Games Day?”

July’s Book of the Month: Beowulf

“Beowulf” is one of the longest poems translated into English. Many believe that the epic poem was written down over twelve hundred years ago. The writer was going by Germanic … Continue reading July’s Book of the Month: Beowulf

“Wonder Woman” Inspires Women Of All Ages.

“Wonder Woman” is an inspiration, not just for young girls, but for all women of all ages.

Micro-Fiction from June 30-July 2nd.

On my Facebook Author Page, I started a Microfiction weekend. I post a picture on a Friday, and it stays up until Monday morning. You are to write a short story about the picture. You can write a drabble (100 words), a dribble (50 words), twitterature (140- characters) or a six-word story. I will close it out on a Monday and upload the screenshots of the stories posted. You can continue with the Microfiction writing here on the website, by posting your short, short story in the comments section below.

MicroFiction Weekend June 23-25

On my Facebook Author Page, I started a Microfiction weekend. I post a picture on a Friday, and it stays up until Monday morning. You are to write a short story about the … Continue reading MicroFiction Weekend June 23-25