Belly Bandit

25 Apr 19

The Princess Blood. It was raining blood. The sky was dark red and the ground was knee-deep in a viscous soup of guts and blood. It smelled of rust and rotten meat. Atop a mountain of decaying corpses, a man with long white hair wearing a pitch black robe sat on a throne made of […]

25 Apr 19
Latest Trending Market Research Reports

According to this study, over the next five years the Body Shaper market will register a xx% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach US$ xx million by 2023, from US$ xx million in 2017. In particular, this report presents the global market share (sales and revenue) of key companies in […]

24 Apr 19
Artist Dan Tocher

Lost so much weight this year with my basic changes in diet. Now the last few weeks I’ve decided to go all the way and undergo transformation. 🤣 Working out six days a week at home, and have started counting calories. Following a few popular personal trainers on Instagram for the free advice, and making […]

23 Apr 19

Blue Palace, Wolfskull Cave, Proudspire Manner: The Pull, Scary story, Task given, Another title, Cave inspected, Queen escapes, Not the end, New housecarl. “The Pull” is directing me to Solitude. The Blue Palace to be precise. Meeko, Lydia and I set off for Solitude at 6:30AM. It was overcast, wet and miserable. We decided to […]

22 Apr 19
Literary Hub

An epoch doesn’t change with the turning of a calendar page. We can’t distinguish one zeitgeist from the next until decades or perhaps even centuries later. Or at least that used to be the case. Now the destruction of our planet is occurring in real time right in front of our sunburnt noses. Nevertheless, as […]

20 Apr 19
David Murphy

Trouble Aboard the Maiden’s Travel Without Any Trouble is my novel. It’s about a man named Bud Barrowston who struggles to be reaccepted into everyday society after his time in the penitentiary.  It’s about the villainous Captain Dylan who raids a yacht, the Travel Without Any Trouble.  It’s about Sierra, a young woman going through a divorce, […]

20 Apr 19
Rest Area

Note: This is a sample of a story idea, the writing of which was begun several years ago. This is an epic tale, inspired in part by Homer’s The Iliad and The Odyssey. At its core, it is about family and the lengths to which even the lowest souls will go to protect those they […]

20 Apr 19
Dose of Devotion

“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work.” – Colin Powell – Former United States National Security Advisor “Today I put on the belt of truth so I can stand strong against Satan’s lies. Lord, help me fill my heart with truth today for it will set me free. May innocent […]

19 Apr 19

“For this, I was born,” Jesus tells us. For this? Today’s Gospel rocks us with its injustice, its inhumanity, its great wrong. For what is the crucifixion, if not the highest wrong? A friend, with a belly full of bread, betraying his leader–and that leader, knowing it, stepping forward to receive that betrayal (turn the […]

18 Apr 19
Observations on Dogs, Life on the North Shore of Chicago, and other Ramblings of a Montana Girl

Ah, spring. For dog-free households, a season of joyous anticipation as lengthening days melt away the winter snow, revealing the welcoming purple of crocus emerging from the flower beds. After 20+ years of canine companions, I know what’s coming. It’s not all April showers and May flowers. No, for dog owners it’s officially the dreaded […]

18 Apr 19
Run for Living

I’m still flying high from my whirlwind weekend in Boston, which was one of the most amazing and memorable experiences I’ve ever lived.  We flew out on Friday afternoon, and the celebration started then – with many runners on the same flight from Minneapolis to Boston.  We spent all day Saturday and Sunday taking in […]

17 Apr 19
Writer || MMA Fighter

You know what really pisses me off? The mentality that just because something is “mainstream,” it’s immediately bad. As much as I love the “alternative” universe, I understand that plenty of the things which become popular with the masses are also pretty awesome. Just to prove my point, here’s a gigantic list of things which […]

16 Apr 19
Assassins Creed Assailant

I was just lurking around waters of Paros and suddenly a pirate ship attacked me. It was one of those ships that, according to me, is worth boarding. So, I've killed crewmen and a typical message that my health has been restored appeared, BUT there was one sailor who was able to recruit or assassinate, […]

16 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

– I dodged ! shouted Jehan. I felt the wind, head-ox! But Peter the Stunner is stunned! It is impossible to say what an astonishment mixed with dread fell with this beam on the bandits. They remained a few minutes with their eyes fixed in the air, more dismayed by this piece of wood than […]

15 Apr 19
Mum n’ Stuff

Diastasis Recti and Baby Tummy Time  This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something that I have recommended. While clicking these links won’t cost you any extra money, they will help us keep this site up and running! I only link to […]

15 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Official Borderlands Twitter today announced that a Gameplay Reveal Event will be held on May 1st. Borderlands 3 is the most eagerly awaited thing since sliced ​​bread. So make sure you do that. In the meantime, however, they have also suggested that we should take a closer look at the box art. … and in […]