Oh. My. Fate

20 Jul 19
Allen May - Blog

My Brother Wax Mannequin, training the next generation of workforce last summer. Way back in 2015, I had a nine year old boy. Even back then, I could see him showing some early flashes of adulthood and maturity, and it got me wondering about his future as it relates to money and freedom. So I […]

20 Jul 19
According To Hoyt

I think I was 12 or 13 when I first became acquainted with the concept of “the silly season” i.e. the idea that as the weather grows hot and people are on vacation, there are no real news happening, and both the things that tend to happen and what gets published in the paper gets […]

20 Jul 19
Moth of the Day

Annd, here it is! My list of my very favorite stupidest fairy tale ships. Along with a couple ones that I hate, just because. I feel like I’ve been needing to write this post for a while now, anyway. I love! Talking about this! I love it much more than you love listening to me! […]

20 Jul 19
Let's Make a Stew

The template of circularity, which we experience in nature, feels deeply familiar, calling up a visceral response. There’s a satisfaction to the echo, to seeing the familiar again, only recast as something new.  Abraham Lincoln All good stories end where they begin. The European Blog Block is no different. In this weeks installment, I fill […]

20 Jul 19
makken123

8 Play@YSDC Play by Post game boards for Call of Cthulhu and Horror RPGs A ARKHAM ENCOUNTER PHASE Train Station “On the loading dock you investigate a large crate with strange markings. Make a–” Sneak (-1) check (1d6=1), Mandy’s Research ability, Sneak check (1d6=6), success! “If you pass, you find a very unusual item in the […]

20 Jul 19
Annlyel Online

In the past decade, there has been a steady positive increase in the way women are portrayed through movies and television. In 2017, the three highest-grossing films were all led by women; Emma Watson’s Beauty and the Beast, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, and Daisy Ridley’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi. That’s a powerful realization when just a […]

20 Jul 19
ForbiddenRomantic

    1 Visions of Angels Faris stood before me, his armor shimmering in the light that streamed in from my apartment window, his mouth curled into a superior, godly smile. The people of Earth knew him by many titles—the God of Heaven’s Army, King of Sirens, Slayer of Demons—but to me he was also […]

20 Jul 19
Novel Lives

Top 5 Sequels I Want to Read(Created by Devouring Books- Description From Link) This Top 5 series started back in October and I kind of lost motivation for making it every week. But it’s back! This is a series of books that I want to read that all have a common theme. Previously on the blog […]

20 Jul 19
The Ctrl Center

How’s it going! You’re probably wondering what the title means or you’re also probably thinking about how you got here in the first place. Well what if you were meant to read this? Is life a set of predetermined events or do you have free will to choose and make your own destiny? We all […]

20 Jul 19
WELCOME TO GISTBOX

It was a stormy and thundrous afternoon in the city of Kano. The cloud was pitch black, threatening to cry. The sun found canopy under the thick cloud, warm but heavy wind blew from the south, tossing away any material that dare stand in its way. Ranty sounds of thunder permeated the magnificiently designed room, […]

20 Jul 19
Writing with Passion

Nuclear Countdown “Sir, those elites have taken over the command centre, they have successfully synced the pyramid with their systems. We will need to reprogram the pyramid again to function according to our directives.” Said Naveen. Code Red was inside the pyramid and along with his guards, was walking towards the control centre. “They are […]

20 Jul 19
Annlyel Online

Colonel James Rhodes walked down the driveway of a stunning mansion in Miami, Florida, the sweltering heat of the bright sun bearing down on him. Palm trees swayed in the wind and beautiful flowers filling the air with a sweet scent lined the white pebbly pathway that led to the front door of the mansion.

20 Jul 19
B&S About Movies

About the Author: R.D Francis is the writer of The Ghosts of Jim Morrison, the Phantom of Detroit, and the Fates of Rock ‘n’ Roll and Tales from a Wizard: The Oral History of Walpurgis. Both non-fiction works explore the myth and mystery behind the 1974 album, Phantom’s Divine Comedy: Part 1—an album many believed […]

20 Jul 19
BGR

It’s finally the weekend we’ve all been waiting for, the weekend Disney’s live-action version of its critically acclaimed The Lion King hits theaters. The film will probably obliterate everything in its path at the box office, and it’ll steal the number 1 spot from Spider-Man: Far From Home, which is now going into its third […]