One of the Best Horror Novelists (A zombocalype Nightmare)

Posted on 05/15/2012 10:17:43 AM

Where do I start you guys this book has me talking about it to everyone I see. First of all those of you that already are familiar with my blogging ,then should already know my thoughts on the author Rhiannon Frater. She is phenomenally awesome . She knows how to write a horror novel that will keep you ...

Help a girl out?

Posted on 05/08/2012 02:37:33 PM

Here is my article it is going to be about Ontoplist.com. This online marketing Platform , I get an email telling me that I'm 50 percent on the toplist. But I'm really not following how this all really works. I thought once you add your blog adress that was it? But I guess it isnt because here is an ...

Learning a Second Language When and Why

Posted on 04/26/2012 06:47:21 AM

Learning a Second Language When and Why. Can studying a second language in elementary school boost student achievement in other academic areas? Numerous studies suggest that this may be the case. Yet even though NCLB identifies foreign language as a core subject, only about a fourth of U.S. public ...

Identity, Photographs, and Loving Che

Posted on 04/24/2012 11:56:39 AM

It is a Thursday evening; the cold wind whips up the leaves on the sidewalk. They spin in zephyrs until they hit grass and then settle into a new pattern on the ground. You walk slowly through the cemetery. Clouds float across the deepening blue sky. You look for freshly turned ground, where they buried ...

The Character Flaws of Lancelot Du Lac

Posted on 04/24/2012 11:49:00 AM

Once there was a small baby. He was beautiful. His beauty shone so brightly that when his mother, Queen Elaine, set him down for a moment to assist his ailing father, King Ban of Benoic, a faery leaped out of a lake and stole him. The faery delivered the child safely to her Queen, the Lady of the Lake, ...

The Old Farm - new poem

Posted on 04/22/2012 06:13:21 PM

The old overgrown barnyard,After decades of disuse,Lays littered with rusty old equipmentAnd is now surrounded by verdant nature -The spirit of the abandoned farmSeems to whisper to the urban explorer,Who takes only pictures andLeaves only footprints.The grandfather of the old farming familyMay still ...

The best friend

Posted on 04/21/2012 08:22:54 PM

Summer time was vacation time, and for us children, this meant a compulsory trip to the southern most tip of India, to the tiny village of Anadikrihtapuram. Our grandparents lived there, and relations from across the country would gather there for the two month vacation period. During these two month ...

Some yoga soup for the soul

Posted on 04/21/2012 08:17:37 PM

Anadhikritapuram, a tiny village in the southern state of Kerala, was where we used to escape during school vacation days. At a time and age when satellite TV had still not made inroads into our collective consciousness, for us children catching butterflies or tying strings to dragonflies, was the ...

Haley's Easter Mermaid

Posted on 04/12/2012 09:36:50 AM

Hi! I'm Haley.It was about 4:00am on Easter morning when my hungry tummy woke me up. As I passed the big window on my way to the kibble and litter boxes, I noticed a huge white creature lurking around the pond in our backyard. He had big white ears that stood straight up and a puffy cotton tail on his ...

Bookworm Review: Flowers From the Storm by Laura Kinsale

Posted on 04/10/2012 11:08:15 AM

I recently obtained a few Laura Kinsale books for some leisurely reading and yes, They’re in the romance genre. I’m sorry, but I have guilty pleasures just like anyone else! Don’t judge me! Anyway, before you start to scoff and open a new tab or window or whatever, I’ll have ...



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