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How to Write a Powerful Short Story

At different times the short story form reigns supreme, only to wane briefly in popularity.  And while I want you to never stop until you write your great novel, I also encourage every writer to embrace the short story form, and author one for both posterity and practice. 1,705 more words

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Review: Star Trek Beyond

The story behind Beyond is the most well crafted and intriguing of the three newest Star Trek films thus far in my opinion (Into Darkness’ story really grabbed me but then didn’t hold up). 157 more words


"I want to marry a lighthouse" n other poems

By: Ricky Garni


Any lighthouse. I’m not too particular.
As long as it has a light that works.
And adores me and the funny things… 334 more words


My undergraduate degree is in English Literature. So, as far as Star Trek movies go, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country holds a special place in my heart. 666 more words

Three Days Three Quotes Challenge 3

Medicine is my lawful wife and literature my mistress; when I get tired of one, I spend the night with the other.

Anton Chekhov once wrote this, in reference to his profession as a physician and his passion for writing.

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These Are The Voyages: A Celebration of Star Trek #7: Mr. Sulu

It has been well noted by many fans and scholars of the series Star Trek, that while Scotty, Chekov, and Uhura were certainly popular and iconic characters, they really weren’t as well developed in comparison to the series “Power Trio” of Kirk, Spock, and Bones. 5,065 more words


These Are The Voyages: A Celebration of Star Trek #6: Ensign Pavel Chekov

One constant in the sci-fi /fantasy fan bases is that while these stories may be created by adults, and heavily feature adults in lead roles, they appeal greatly to younger audience members and readers. 5,000 more words