Guns And Drugs

25 Mar 19
THEREAL.SANJAY

The gun laws of New Zealand are contained in the Arms Act 1983, with amendments that were passed subsequent to the 1990 Aramoana massacre. Nearly 300,000[1]licensed firearm owners own and use New Zealand‘s estimated 1.5 million[1]firearms.[2] Gun licenses are issued at the discretion of the police in New Zealand provided the police consider the person to be of good standing[3][4][citation needed] and without […]

25 Mar 19
The Real Book Spy

[maxbutton id=”1″ url=”https://amzn.to/2Cy61y0″ ] After taking the publishing world by storm in 2018 with her instant New York Times bestselling debut thriller, Need to Know, Karen Cleveland returns with another standalone novel that’s heavy on suspense and misdirection. FBI agent Stephanie Maddox, who heads up the bureau’s Internal Investigations division, takes her job and her […]

25 Mar 19
dishawriting

Batman, Apocalypse, Jax, Sam Flynn and Oberyn have discarded their dystopian worlds and turned rogue to pull off a one of its kind heist. It’s raining guns-fights, car-chases and otherwise in the much hyped Triple Frontier. The cast is stellar and it comes from the house of the dark knight series, however the hyper talk […]

25 Mar 19
Warbird Galapagos 2019

By Captain John Today we had an interesting encounter that was a bit out of the norm. It was mid afternoon and I had just settled into the comfy pilothouse Stidd chair to begin my watch. It was a beautiful day out on the water. We had calm winds, flat seas, and not a cloud […]

25 Mar 19
Starseekers

Damn, I really wanted to love this movie! When I first heard that Netflix was making a movie based off of Motley’s book “The Dirt”, my hair metal-loving self was way more excited than I was for Bohemian Rhapsody or the upcoming Elton John movie. After all, Motley Crue’s biography is one of the wildest […]

25 Mar 19
ingordonville

By GORDON GLANTZ GORDONVILLE — A lot has happened in the wake of the mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand. That nation’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern – yes, one of 25 elected female leaders around the world — said “our gun laws will change.” “Our” means “theirs,” not “ours.” Despite way more mass […]

25 Mar 19
Societal Issues

“The huge wound in my head began to heal About the beginning of the seventh week. Its valleys darkened, its villages became still: For joy I did not move and dared not speak, Not doctors would cure it, but time, its patient skill.” “The Wound” Thom Gunn, 1954     He called to tell her […]

25 Mar 19
Russia News Now

Borders are cruel. I know this because I’ve been studying the U.S.-Mexico border for more than 40 years. It features prominently in two of my books, written in different decades. It keeps pulling me back. Every time I cross that border, I say to myself that this is no big deal — I’m used to […]

25 Mar 19
The National Memo

People living on the border know walls don’t work. Instead, the wall diverts money from pressing needs, while damaging land and communities.

25 Mar 19
DownSouth Magazine

We’re here today with Mellieha, Malta-based band Align the Tide, thank you for joining us today. DownSouth: For anyone not familiar with the band please give us a brief history of the band up until now. Align The Tide: Formed in September 2015, the band experimented with several different music sounds while working alongside different […]

25 Mar 19
The Venom Jar

     I’m taken back to the days of teenage dance halls, new romantic melodies and eyeliner. My name is Alex, I’m a sixteen-year-old runaway dressed in black, androgynous with Billy Idol beats and dog collars, swaying to the illustrious movements of our young libidos. Pupils dilated, hiding behind long bangs of blue-black hair. The vodka […]

25 Mar 19
Fan Fest | For Fans, By Fans

Caution: Spoilers from episode 915 of The Walking Dead lie ahead. Flashback 5 years. A couple evades a walker in the woods. It’s their anniversary and the woman leads him to Hilltop. Flash forward. It’s their anniversary again, and 5 years after they arrived. Her name is Hilda, and they cherish a wooden coin she […]

25 Mar 19
Blockbusters Reviewed

The French Connection is an American action thriller film that grossed $75 million over a $2.2 million budget, eventually overtaking both Diamonds Are Forever and Fiddler on the Roof as the highest-grossing film of 1971.  It is based on the non-fiction book The French Connection: A True Account of Cops, Narcotics, and International Conspiracy by […]

25 Mar 19
Arcynewsy

Logic has always been a polarizing figure. He was known for his lyrical prowess at the beginning of his career, praised for his skill and his hunger. Logic exemplified the type of rapper preferred by the purist rap, one who spoke of substance and channeled the spirit of rap greats. With its first mixtapes and […]

25 Mar 19
Paul Blake

Over the past year, I have read many books written by Independent Authors.  It’s my way of giving back to the writing community on Twitter that, on a daily basis, inspires me and cheers me on. This blog post is a recap of this journey of discovery. What is an independent author, anyway? According to […]