On December 1, 2018 we began a three-part series on the structure of a story. Here are the show notes: Introductions Dr. Kasie Whitener, Clemson Road Creative, fiction writer Rex Hurst, English Instructor, fiction writer Theme for the day Great Beginnings Agenda Who we are and why we’re here The topic for the week: Great […]
Author: Mark London Williams Narrator: Luna Cross Length: 6 hours 14 minutes Publisher: Trifecta Publishing House Released: Oct. 8, 2018 Genre: Horror “When I first saw Max Random, he was driving his go-kart right at me. He was also wearing goggles, so it was hard to tell if he was dead or alive. I was […]
The research report of “Global Baby Carriers Market” covers all the major trends and drivers playing a key part in the development of the baby carriers industry. The analysis gives an extensive investigation of market growth in terms of value (US$ Mn) and volume (units) throughout the above forecast period years. The report emphasizes on market […]
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You need a lot of stuff for a baby. What do you do when you’re on a budget? Focus on essentials, ask for hand-me-downs, and don’t say ‘no’ to a baby shower. 🙂
Finding legitimate baby products in the age of social media promotion is hard: more and more companies create fake reviews, buy fake social media followers, and pay influencers to promote their products on the down-low. Every time I see a baby product that I love on Instagram, I stop and ask myself, “I wonder if […]
Goodbye November & hello December! I cannot believe we are already in our final month of 2018! How the heck did this happen?!
Come one, come all, come those paying in hoarded pennies to the Annual Christmas Tea & Bazaar this Saturday at the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Ennui. We’ve recently lowered the ceiling of our fluorescent-lit basement hall to allow a greater sense of intimacy and poor posture. Smoking is encouraged! Admission is $4.41 and […]
Hey guys! Yes, it’s that time again for a long lost monthly wrap up! *Drum rolls* Last month, I’ve read a total of 8 books and I couldn’t be happier with my choices in November! Alienated: Grounded at Groom Lake by Jeff Norton What I liked about this book is the idea was new and […]
There’s a massive lack of nice and honest reviews of infant carriers available on the internet for parents now. In an effort to fill this void, we’ve taken all our abilities, knowledge and years of knowledge and supplied you with outside listing of the Top 10 baby carriers. We hunted for and consolidated All the […]
Autumn is over and since I don’t do monthly book hauls like some people do, I thought I’d do a seasonal one for autumn. I’m not entirely sure why or how I ended up with this many books but here we are. So here are the books I’ve brought or received during autumn. Damage – […]
By David Clendenen Photo by June Kashiwada On November 16, 2018 Sacramento-based indie rock band Tonic Zephyr took to the stage at Momo Sacramento and kicked off the set with two new rockers, the soulful and heavily rhythmic “Scorpion,” and the mind-warping “Paranoia,” a slowly unfolding epic arrangement with a cool, sweeping vibe and almost […]
So you’re shopping for a sports nut—what should you buy? What if they already have an amazing baseball glove and the coolest hot pink bicycle helmet on the cul-de-sac? Well, here are some other ideas to consider for the child who lives and breathes for sports. (And you may want to throw an ice pack […]
Week 1 “’They feel towards words as they feel towards the parts of a car.’ This attitude underlines the prose problem in America. We usewords we don’t really likethem. Such an attitude is implicit not only in the courses in composition but in the society as a whole” (Lanham 17). Refection: I thought that this quote from […]