Bear Archery

18 Dec 18
stupidgirl_no1 blog

Time for my annual “round up” and once again I will conclude that Life Is Good. This year key words in our house have been pantomime and Bumble. Owen was in Aberdeen’s first ever summer panto at the lovely wee Tivoli Theatre. He was a dancer with Aberdeen Academy of Performing Arts, it was Rapunzel […]

18 Dec 18
Flagship Fiction

The long-awaited sequel to Talon’s Test and the Shield of Faith is finally here! Book 2 of the Talon Trilogy has arrived… Talon’s Truth and the Sword of the Spirit will officially launch in the Amazon Kindle Store on Dec 20, 2018! Click on the image below to go to the Amazon product page:   […]

16 Dec 18
ben.les.travels

Laos was our last stop of the trip, or more specifically Luang Prabang, as this picturesque town was the only small portion of Laos we would see this time around. Before arriving I really had not prepared any mental image of what this town would hold, what we would do with our 6 days here […]

16 Dec 18
arch-HER Outlook

Mid-season archery is when hunting really picked up for me. Read on to experience the highs and lows of public land hunting in Pisgah National Forest, half marathon, and coming back from injury!

16 Dec 18
Racing Turtles

Behold the True Power of my Absolutely Shitty visual design skills!

16 Dec 18

Welcome to the Sin-agogue

dareyoutoread-blog: rhianbwatts: chelecooke: exeunt-pursued-by-a-bear: exeunt-pursued-by-a-bear: tonight I saw a production of Titus Andronicus put on in the parking lot of a brewery on four rehearsals you guys wanna hear about it? So first of all that is not an exaggeration: they had a first readthrough, two rehearsals, and then final dress.  Whenever someone inevitably fucked […]

15 Dec 18
Vision Of The Palantir

It has been a while since we’ve had a new pack released, so it came as a bit of a surprise to many of us when we suddenly got more spoilers of this pack and the next, on top of the Mount Gundabad announcement. I did not get the scoop this time, apparently Dutch retailers […]

15 Dec 18
What to Read to Your Kids

Vera Brosgol’s Be Prepared (Ages 9-13), about the horrifying, hilarious, and (occasionally) happy moments spent at sleepaway camp, is my favorite middle-grade graphic novel of the year. (I should add that it’s followed very closely by the subversive rags-to-riches The Prince and the Dressmaker, by Jen Wang, but since I’m running out of time, you’ll […]

14 Dec 18
yathish1618

Some time back I finished reading what will be the lengthiest book I will have ever read. It’s The Mahabharata. The particular translation I picked is of little significance considering the broad outlook with which I devoured the book. Here I share some of my thoughts that I happened to make notes of as I […]

14 Dec 18
FutureMoney

In 2017, the global Archery Gear market size was million US$ and is forecast to million US in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2018. The objectives of this study are to define, segment, and project the size of the Archery Gear market based on company, product type, application and key regions. Free PDF […]

13 Dec 18
Red Tricycle

Fun and adventure are just a short drive away in lovely Lake Arrowhead, just 90 miles east of Los Angeles.

13 Dec 18
Stories Born from Thoughts and Dreams

Montreal – December 1783   “Expanding the business to more of the local trappers will benefit us greatly long-term, Peter. We need to consider this option.”   Katharine had no head for business, yet she still enjoyed having dinner with her father and Samuel a few times a week just to hear them talk about […]