Hemingway – Nobel Acceptance Speech

Ernest Hemingway's economy of words style applied not only to his writing. His Nobel acceptance speech is a little over three hundred and thirty words. What an incredible three hundred and thirty words they are....   Having no facility for speech-making and no command of oratory nor any domination of rhetoric, I wish to thank the administrators... Continue Reading →

Adapting Hemingway

1: To get started, write one true sentence. Hemingway had a simple trick for overcoming writer's block. In a memorable passage in A Moveable Feast, he writes: Sometimes when I was starting a new story and I could not get it going, I would sit in front of the fire and squeeze the peel of the... Continue Reading →

Good Reads Review For She Is The New Savior

Aug 16, 2019 Jupiter Grant rated it 5 stars It was amazing When Kelly Dress' world is turned upside down in a hideously violent attack, she vows to take revenge. What follows is an engrossing tale which is part feminist fairy-tale, part religious satire, and part revenge fantasy. I was absolutely held by the story. The premise... Continue Reading →

Book Review – Following the Green Rabbit: a fantastical adventure by Chris Hall

I am going to keep this review short and to the point. I don’t want to give any of the plot away. This is a story one MUST experience. Chris Hall weaves a wonderful, fanciful and fantastical tale. I deliberately read only one or two chapters a night, because as much as I wanted to... Continue Reading →

Book Review – Black Mountain: A Paranormal Mystery

5.0 out of 5 stars  A Well Crafted, and Well Told Tale Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2020 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase Raven Moon tells a compelling story with a wonderful twist ending. Shapeshifters, werewolves and vampires are normally not my thing, however, this story captured my attention so much that... Continue Reading →

Review of A Horny Halloween: Six Smutty Stories for the Samhain Season

Jupiter Grant hits a home run with these six smutty stories. Each was compelling and gripping and had me hitting the next page button on my reader. All were phenomenal reads, and my favorites were, The Crypt and Lost In Ecstasy. Jupiter is also kind and considerate to the reader, if a story may have... Continue Reading →

Reviews of “War Springs Eternal”

--------- Mar 20, 2019 Agnes, rated it it was amazing War Springs Eternal by Joe Leonardi is riveting short story that elicits a host of emotions from the reader. As I read War Springs Eternal, I was immediately captivated by the strength, pain and resilience of the main character throughout his life journey. A compassionately,... Continue Reading →

Book Review “Skoll’s Diary” by Sean C. Wright

From the book’s description, "Africans and African Americans left Earth in 1900, and went to another planet in The Milky Way to escape mistreatment.”  I was immediately intrigued.   Sean Wright’s Skoll’s Diary is more than the simple telling of a young man’s life on Saturn, it is a book that should awaken all who read it to one certain... Continue Reading →

Free Erotica Today – Embrace Your Wild, Be Faithfully Unfaithful

Adult Theme Adult Theme Adult Theme Faithfully Unfaithful -a short story  © 2016 by Scono Sciuto All rights reserved.  No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the author. Printed in... Continue Reading →

Dr. Fauci Struggles To Be Heard Above The Chaos

Dr. Anthony Fauci has been front and center for every major health issue we have faced since the Reagan administration. If he wanted fame and fortune, he would have left government service after being part of a team that cured Polyarteritis Nodosa, or help lay the groundwork for HIV treatment and potential vaccines. He could... Continue Reading →

Missing Who I Was, Inspires Me To Write About The Broken

  Until a few years ago, I was a motivated and positive person. Even as life continued to beat my ass to the ground, I genuinely believed no matter the situation, that dedication, perseverance and hard work would yield some type of positive result. I have come to understand that there is no greater cruelty than... Continue Reading →

Listen To Doctors of Medicine NOT Doctors of Spin

According to an article on TheWeek.com, "President Trump's advisers are looking to "reframe" his coronavirus pandemic response..." It matters not if your are a supporter or detractor of the president. This should not be acceptable. "Reframe" the response? What response? How is it possible that the United States of America, perhaps the most medically advanced... Continue Reading →

 Grant calls “Is Suicide Painless” — A visceral emotional journey

Oct 04, 2019 Jupiter Grant rated it it was amazing A visceral emotional journey. Joe Leonardi's "Damaged and Broken" series deals with pain and despair. In this third book of the series (each are separate stories, so you do not have to have read the series in order), we meet a protagonist whose life has been... Continue Reading →

When The Shooting Stops — War Springs Eternal

Chris VINE VOICE 5.0 out of 5 stars Brave, brutal and utterly memorable! Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2019 Verified Purchase This is a raw and gut-wrenching short story, told by a man suffering from shell-shock (or PTSD in today's terminology). Expertly written, the choice of tense and point of view give the... Continue Reading →

Kimberly Guilfoyle – Let’s Not Lose Our Humanity In The Age Of COVID-19

This is my last post for the holiday weekend. I am taking time away from social media and the internet in general. I felt compelled to write this after seeing some, what I consider, disturbing posts. I have read a couple of postings expressing near glee that Kimberly Guilfoyle, Donald Trump, Jr.’s girlfriend, has tested... Continue Reading →

Independence Is Not Self-Centered

When did American individualism and independence become, "I care only about me and  the hell with everyone else?" Have we forgotten that to fight for independence and individual liberties, the founders came together and sacrificed for one another? Have we forgotten that during WWI and WWII people from all rungs of the socio-economic ladder sacrificed... Continue Reading →

God Created, For Himself, The Perfect Woman

Introduction   And God created woman…   Actually, He created plenty of women, but there was one woman in particular --- a very special woman. One whom He created for Himself.  She was fashioned to be an insatiable, sexual creature. She exuded erotica in every aspect of her being. From her voluptuous curves, to her... Continue Reading →

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