Realize, When You Embrace The Wild – You Don’t Embrace It Alone

The odds are if you haven’t cheated you will, and your significant other has, or currently is or one day will. This not a judgment, it is just reality. A puritanical society, one which seeks to control the masses, has made the learned concept of monogamy, a monotonous and stressful way to live — leading... Continue Reading →

An Iron Lattice – Woven By Bad Decisions

Some are trapped in a physical sense, some by addiction. Perhaps worse for some, entangled by their own mind. Some are limited by age or infirmary, others by injury or decline. Cause not always known. Everyone's trap is different. Some who fight are damaged. Some lose and become broken. Some are trapped in more ways than... Continue Reading →

The Road Ahead, Thankfully Shorter Than The One Behind

Day becomes night -- despair Night becomes day -- dread Stressed -- always Lied to -- daily Betrayal -- constant In relationships -- yet forsaken Crowds -- still alone Joy -- gone Happiness -- forgotten The present -- misery The future -- hopeless The past -- tightly clung Appreciated -- not Each day -- only... Continue Reading →

Literary Agents and Agencies

MAY I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE I have decided to accept proposals to determine which literary agent/agency will earn an exciting opportunity. I am offering exclusive rights to represent me and all of my current and future works. That’s correct, this could be your chance to get on-board with an author whose writings challenge accepted norms and... Continue Reading →

Is Hemingway’s Theory of Omission Lost On A New Generation?

Hemingway was counted among the lost generation. Today, are we living with a spoon-fed generation? Has a generation which has been conditioned by an educational system that teaches to standardized testing to be little more than automatons, regurgitating information and data as a demonstration of intelligence, now having difficulty grasping Papa's concept of omission as a means... Continue Reading →

Guest Interview – The Damaged and Broken Stories

The following is the re-post of an interview I did with Samantha Ridenour of Ridenour Publishing.  1. What inspired you to write this book? Answer: I am currently writing a series of novelettes under the umbrella title, “The Damaged and Broken Collection.” As of today, I have competed Tortured and Tormented – creating a school... 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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Here is what people are saying about “The Comfort of Despair”

Comfort - To give strength and hope to. Despair - The complete loss of or absence of hope. Two words. Opposite meanings. Come together to define a life. The Comfort of Despair is a story of one such life, of a man perceived to be trapped beyond all hope. Stranded in the ocean, he reflects... 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 →

But A Few Words To Express Raw Emotion

© 2017 A Father 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.       It is so close to the date, yet, your desire... Continue Reading →

Blood Isn’t Thicker Than Ink

https://seanarchy.wordpress.com/2019/08/23/blood-isnt-thicker-than-ink/ What a great post by Sean, thank you for writing it. I could not agree more with what is written here. My mom and dad were my biggest fans and I know they would have been at every signing without fail. As for the rest of my relatively large extended family, trying to get... Continue Reading →

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