Dear Sports Media, Your coverage expanded like no other over the past decade, let alone century. The need to release the story first is a desire that constantly gets fulfilled. Deadlines make media one of the most stressful jobs in the history of the workforce. Yet, we still have a ways to go regarding our […]
Social anxiety is not pretty for anybody involved. There’s a lot of pain and the feeling of not being good enough for other people. So, why does Hitoribocchi no Marumaru Seikatsu manage to portray it in such an adorable manner? Hitoribocchi no Marumaru Seikatsu, to be referred to as Hitoribocchi from here on out, follows […]
Death takes a Holiday at Pemberley by Kelly Miller, what a title, don’t you think? Intriguing at least and scary too. We do not want death around our lovely and loved characters. Just in case anyone may be thinking it, this has nothing to do with Death comes to Pemberley by P.D. James. That is a […]
My Journey with wildlife photography continues. I hope also you continue to be a part of that journey and maybe even enjoy some of my work and maybe even share your thoughts/comments if I really get lucky. A rare visit by a good friend 🙂 About the Bird (Wikipedia): The Eurasian siskin (Spinus spinus) is […]
Hello, lovelies! SPFBO 5–or, the Self-Published Fantasy Blog Off–is officially a go, with 300 entries received, all ten judges signed up and only a week away before the reading officially begins! For those of you in the community, you’ll know that I joined in late last year to help out another judge and I positively […]
An interview with the Jorge Iván Cevallos (Crazy Horse), the founder, general director, and producer of the Intercontinental Biennale of the Indigenous Arts.
I am in the country of female liberation, I am in the country of the “rights of the woman and the citizen”. I am in the country home to Simone de Beauvoir. Yet, things that these women fought for and are considered to have won – yet there are 2 things you don’t want to […]
By Ashley Steinbrink. Reposted from Whoonew Imagine if you spotted a UFO or had a run-in with an extraterrestrial. Would you tell anyone what happened, or would you keep your mouth shut so nobody called you crazy in the head? Steven Spielberg’s 80s film, E.T., was the closest I’ve ever come to an alien encounter. E.T. Phone home… I […]
Title: Kickin’ It (Red Card, #2) by Rachel Van Dyken Publication Date: June 11, 2019 Publisher: Skyscape Genre: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance Format: ARC, 252 pages Synopsis: Love breaks the offside rule in New York Times bestselling author Rachel Van Dyken’s irresistibly sexy Red Card romance. Successful, high-profile sports agent Matt Kingston thinks he can handle anything. […]
Artem Lobov has gone from being cut by the UFC to becoming the new face of bare-knuckle fighting in a matter of months.
The people of the Orkney and Shetland Islands are extremely irritated by atlas publishers. Why is this? It’s because their real location is hardly ever properly shown on a map of Britain. They are usually stuffed into separate boxes to the right of the main map, giving the impression that they are just off the […]
I am writing to you after a short gap. The reason is that I was busy reading Tomichan Matheikal’s new book “Autumn Shadows: Memoir” and it was very difficult to interrupt the reading to pen down any of my own thoughts. So I decided to first finish the task at hand and then share my […]