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T.L. Hicks

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. | | Author of | | Retired Paranormal Investigator for Christian County, IL Ghost Hunters Society. .

Freethought Day

The Bill of Rights first amendment is the freedom of expressing ideas through speech (talking) and the press (writing, printing, blogging and broadcasting). It is for expressing through symbolic expression such as displaying flags and wearing armbands. But did you know, there is a day for free thinking?

First Look: Hellboy (2018)

If you have not read by now, Hellboy is back in action. Sorry folks, but Ron Perlman will not be in the starting role. The starring role is handed down to David Harbour, who portrays Dexter Tolliver in Suicide Squad and Jim Hopper of Netflix’s Stranger Things. Guillermo […]

If I Should Die

I wrote this poem around the same time I wrote A Letter to Jesus Christ. If I should die before I wake, I pray the Lord, my Soul, to take. But before you do, make sure I’m dead. Then burn me up and spread my ashes all over […]

A Letter To Jesus Christ

The following poem was written when I was in my twenties; I am now 44 years old. Dear, Lord Jesus Christ. God bless every single living creature on this planet and others. May everybody’s hopes and dreams come true. Let there no more evil in this world. Let […]

The Money Man

“The Money Man” By: Tracie L. Hicks I was no one special. Just an ordinary fellow. I lived alone in a studio apartment on Maine Avenue here in Washington, D.C. I took a taxicab to work every day. You see, I worked at the Department of the Treasury […]

How To Be A Good Manager

Are you thinking about being a manager? It is easy to get caught up in your company and climb up the ladder. I started out working in fast food, quit my first job due to favoritism over hard work. I was given supervisory jobs without the payment or […]

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 in southern California called San Diego’s Golden State Comic-Minicon. The first event drew around 100 attendees who saw […]