Wet Sounds

22 Feb 19
Toronto Sun

Survivor For Survivor’s 38th season, the long-running reality show has changed the game. Fourteen new castaways and four returning favourites hit the beaches of Fiji for the season premiere of Survivor: Edge of Extinction to begin their fight for the $1 million grand prize. But the new arrivals weren’t aware that there was a rule […]

22 Feb 19
Motherhood by Meredith

This past week, I was admittedly really looking forward to Tuesday. I had a full day’s worth of errands to run, chores to do, stuff to check off my list. The weekend was filled with runny noses and cold weather, the stuff winters with little kids always bring. And, also my least favorite shift of […]

22 Feb 19
Nod

As corpses go, Cord proved a constant thorn in my side. Don’t get me wrong. I liked the old thief, but dying merely inconvenienced him. Dealing with the mess after, however, dug into my ass like a persistent nettle. Given the choice of a nettle in your ass for years, or a small beetle that […]

22 Feb 19
Ashley Manning

Eventually the police arrived. I probably ended up waiting about an hour. My phone battery was dying, and I didn’t want to waste it looking at the time as I don’t know when I’ll be able to charge it. The police car pulled up and two uniformed officers got out. A male and female. I […]

22 Feb 19
CryptoCenterNews

It’s a cold, wet, and windy day in mid-January. You hear the knocking of the shutters against the window pane as you roll over in bed trying to find some warmth. Looking at the clock that’s been handed down four generations in your family you see it’s still not even four in the morning. You […]

22 Feb 19
Humanizing The Vacuum

The film debuts of Julie Christie, Barbra Streisand, Faye Dunaway, the Redgrave sisters, the apotheosis of Patricia Neal, and a stunning popular and critical comeback for Katherine Hepburn marked the sixties, when old gods died and a new world struggled to form. Funny how Hollywood went from Geraldine Page mewling through floridly suggestive Tennessee Williams […]

22 Feb 19
West Africa Living

Current Agricultural Production Systems in West Africa The existing agricultural or farming systems in different ecological zones of West Africa are designed to produce subsistence food, cash sales and materials for local or industrial use. There is no generally accepted classification of farming systems in tropical Africa, but for convenience a classification which is based […]

22 Feb 19
Love Books Group

💫 Welcome to Love Books Group Blog I am on the tour for Still Not Satisfied by S.A.Brown. I have an excerpt feature for you to enjoy. 💫 Still Not Satisfied by S.A.Brown -Back of the Book Christian Goodman loves the ladies. When an old girlfriend calls, it’s game on until her game plan forces […]

22 Feb 19
Orchard Book Club

The Nightmare Girl by Jonathan Janz Paperback: 256 pages Publisher: FLAME TREE PRESS; New edition (14 Feb. 2019) Language: English ISBN-10: 1787581292 ISBN-13: 978-1787581296 Amazon UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nightmare-Girl-Fiction-Without-Frontiers/dp/1787581292/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1548443635&sr=1-1 When family man Joe Crawford confronts a young mother abusing her toddler, he has no idea of the chain reaction he’s setting in motion. How could he suspect the young mother is part […]

22 Feb 19
Sakura Message

A Purposelessly Wondering Heart Location: Ryuu’s house Ryuunosuke: I can’t remember anything about what happened during yesterday’s after party.Gaku: Of course you don’t.Tenn: Nothing new about that.Anesagi: Geez. You could be so careless, Ryuu. Here, have some water.Ryuunosuke: Thanks.Anesagi: Well, I’ll overlook it this time because you just won at MOP and Re:vale was celebrating […]

22 Feb 19

The article was originally published by FemCol. by Team Gunjaish Project #KhoonKaRishta FemCol Editors: Kalyani Shukla, Tara M. Rai The media doesn’t do the best job when it comes to telling young girls about their bodies. I’m sure I wasn’t the only 7 year-old watching The Little Mermaid and wondering why her waist wasn’t even the width of […]

22 Feb 19
North Dorset Wandering

From the moment I woke and looked out this morning I just knew it was going to be a wellingtons type of day. Mist and fog clinging to everything, heavy dew in the grass and on the tree’s, shrubs and early season flowers, damp was going to be the order of the day, or at […]

22 Feb 19
m i n i m a l i s t

Here are 10 Uncommonly Used Filipino Words. SIPNAYAN Definition: it is the abstract science of number, quantity, and space. Example: Hindi mahirap aralin ang sipnayan kapag nakikinig ka sa turo ng iyong titser. MIKTINIG Definition: An instrument whereby sound waves are caused to generate or modulate an electric current usually for the purpose of transmitting […]

22 Feb 19
The Lowdown

Should you turn your back on down bags for UK camping? It’s a (fairly) commonly held belief, but it’s not really true. Let us explain…

22 Feb 19
Caution Spoilers

For the widowed Aisha (Samantha Morton) grief itself has become the driving force, rather than the reaction; with her family caught in an enervating circle of misery where the sheer exhaustion of getting through the day prevents them from escaping. It needs a huge catalyst to kick them off the repetitive cycle onto a different […]