So That The World Can Finally Know What Secrets Are Held Within

23 Jul 19
Quillette

I first set eyes on Boris Johnson in the autumn of 1983 when we went up to Oxford at the same time. I knew who he was since my uncle Christopher was an ex-boyfriend of his mother’s and he had told me to keep an eye out for him, but I still wasn’t prepared for […]

23 Jul 19
Sweet Ruby Bluez

You know how they say the truth will set you free? I am wondering if that may be the case for me. For as long as I can remember I have been bound by these chains that have kept me frozen in time. I have no idea why or what spell has been cast apon […]

23 Jul 19
fitcouchpotato

I love to read. Not a day goes by where I don’t read for an hour or two. Don’t believe me? This is a screenshot from my Screen Time from last week. I have phases where I read actual novels, manga or online stories on Wattpad. I tend to bounce between the three choices but […]

23 Jul 19
Nehit Live

“It can’t be true professor. You know as well as I do that true prophecies are as rare as they come. The possibility of one now, no matter how trying the times maybe, seems like a ridiculous notion”, she remarked emphatically.

23 Jul 19
John Batchelder Open Water Swimmer

While I was building my 2019 swim schedule, I was on the lookout for anything new and different from the “standard” swims.  It’s not that many of the swims I’m doing are really standard fare.  I suppose I was just  looking for something that hadn’t been done before by anyone I knew and also not […]

23 Jul 19
The American Sun

The Tudor Reformation and the Harrying of England “I am thy father’s spirit, Doom’d for a certain term to walk the night, And for the day confined to fast in fires, Till the foul crimes done in my days of nature Are burnt and purged away. But that I am forbid To tell the secrets […]

23 Jul 19
Varjuice

A meadow in Junction City, Oregon. The early morning. The clouds are gray and encompass the entirety of the sky. I see a rabbit sprint across my view. I begin to let a scene unfold before me. “What does it feel like?” A little girl asked. The only little girl for miles. With the most […]

23 Jul 19
The Gen Z Journal

DISCLAIMER: This blog may be very confusing for those who didn’t watch The Bachelorette. But, basically what went down was Luke Parker confronted Hannah Brown and told her that he expected her to be faithful and not have sex with the other contestants, Hannah then exploded on him and told him that he has no […]

23 Jul 19
Book Reviews by Steph

Title: Beneath the Surface (Secrets in Oak Creek, #2)Author: Genres: Mystery, Romance Synopsis: “He clutched his head in his hands. His shoulders shook, but no sound came. Minutes stretched, interrupted only by the pop of burning wood.” Ryan Collins had it all – financial freedom, an exciting career, and attractive women. A favorite photographer in […]

23 Jul 19
Speckled and Spotted

Man Wears Helmet to a Party By Timothy Young Nobody likes to be dropped off at an event by their mom.  Especially, when they are trying to make an impression on the town as a big, strong, independent reporter.  But since my only alternative was walking three miles, I swallowed my pride and rejoiced in […]

23 Jul 19
Ugandans-At-Heart

By Hussein Lumumba Amin Kampala, Uganda I read a story about a purported murder of the late Sheikh Shaban Nkutu (RIP) who passed away a long time ago back in 1973. Not only have they suddenly started claiming his death as a murder (they only started making this claim in 2004 after my own late […]

22 Jul 19
MoniqSales

Two hundred years is a long time to be separated from grandparents, aunts, cousins, extended family and friends. Two hundred years is a long time to be separated from your ancestral lands. This is how much time has passed since the people of Oneida were extracted and removed from their original territory in central New […]

22 Jul 19
Steel City Underworlds

My photoshop skills have now transcended the plane of mere mortals… (What the heck is this??? – Freya) Intro – Mike  This is part two of our mega grand clash article coverage from the July Warhammer World Grand Clash. If you haven’t read part one then you really should, although fair warning its over 10,000 […]

21 Jul 19
Verses and Dialogue

Jessica Gilbert’s in her mid-thirties, never went to university but received all the schooling she needed privately and has gained lots of in-house experience. She’s spent many hours researching for academics, grew up amongst the dusty treasures of the past, became an expert on folk magic by her early teens and revelled in a family that […]