Life brings us challenges. We either win, learn or fail at those challenges. We may face the same problems, but what we learn from them can and will be different. … Continue reading
“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
There’s a slight cool breeze in the air, with a hint of a fragrance of rain. The birds are singing to the morning dew, and you feel alive, for you … Continue reading Were You Touched By A Fairy?
“Wonder Woman” is an inspiration, not just for young girls, but for all women of all ages.
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.
Before I started writing, I knew about the comics, graphic novels, manga, novellas, novels, short stories, biographies, epics and screenplays. I did not know about some other forms; such as … Continue reading The Many Shades of Fiction
Special announcement via Debra Borys of the Princeton Public Library, Illinois. This announcement was made on the Facebook Page: In Print Professional Writers Organization Here is the Author application form 2017
As seen on SNHU Odyssey I earned my Associate of Arts degree in Communications from the University of Phoenix in 2014. I know, it’s gotten a bad reputation. I started … Continue reading Reignite The Flame
The Book Of The Month helps the readers to think about what they read. To dig deeper into the story and discover something new about the story and themselves. “”Heart … Continue reading June’s Book of the Month: Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad
As everyone should know by now, I’m a fan of the 1987 movie called “The Lost Boys.” I have all three movies, “The Lost Boys,” “The Lost Boys: The … Continue reading More”The Lost Boys” News
The dark clouds cover the sky. The wind picks up to remind you how cold can sting. The rain falls from the heavens, leaving you shivering in your pajamas. It’s … Continue reading Odyssey: How To Control The Worry.
Featured picture is from Anne Rice’s Facebook page. Okay, all you Lestat fans out there, I bet you are all beaming from ear to ear and showing off your fangs … Continue reading Paramount to bring us our Dark Prince.