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Film Review No.349: Snowpiercer

I’m a little late getting to this one. I wanted to review Snowpiercer much earlier in the year but it has still not seen a UK release. 1,077 more words

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Pomegranate Cafe

Pomegranate Cafe-  40st & Chandler Blvd


OHHHH how I love the Pomegranate Cafe. They use such fresh ingredients it makes my mouth water. They are very aware of gluten and know the menu well. 10 more words


GF and vegans get ready to get yourself some Picazzo's

Picazzo’s Organic Italian Kitchen- Kyrene Rd & Warner Rd- Tempe and Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd & Scottsdale Rd- Scottsdale


You will be able to enjoy pretty much EVERYTHING on their menu.  61 more words


How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth By Fee and Stuart

If you’ve always had a hard time understanding the Bible, or knowing what it is you’re really reading, this is a great book.

If you’ve ever read the story of Lot’s daughters or the questionable actions of others and wondered how in the world something like that could make it into the Bible, this will help. 165 more words


FANTASY Feature Films. Read over 140 pitches and loglines of new fantasy scripts



Written by: Don Unruh

Type: Feature Screenplay

Genre: Fantasy

Logline: Following a near-fatal accident, a world famous cycling champion begins to realize that she is living in an alternate reality, somewhere between Heaven and Earth. 277 more words

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Video Share: Growing Out of YA?!

In this video, Ariel touches on something that is very close to home for me. Have I grown out of YA? Do I still like YA? 247 more words


A writer in search of a genre

My debut novel, The Yoga Sutras, a philosophical comedy, was published in April this year, and since then I’ve been writing my way through various ideas. 198 more words