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Agnishatdal in Facebook

Well, as I was working on my facebook page for writers, indie writers, checkoutourbooks the idea crossed my mind and I changed my profile to agnishatdal, I think it will be a good idea to keep it there too, the more, the merrier I guess. 31 more words


Shi Sai Sunday's Week in ReVerse ~ 29 May 2016

Perfection! I am in love with this week’s ReVerse! I have been less chatty this week but it is because I am approaching a big milestone this coming week. 232 more words

Challenges And Writing Prompts

God, Evil and Suffering

 Is There a God?

Is there a God, and if so, what kind of God is She? This is the question people of great and little faith ask, but that people of no faith treat only as a mind experiment, or as idle table chat. 1,604 more words


Dratted Tailgaters

The State of New Mexico was reworking I-25 through Raton Pass, so the speed limit through the construction zone was reduced to 35mph. I would have happily obeyed the speed limit, but for a car whose driver wasn’t satisfied with obeying the law and rode my bumper unmercifully. 365 more words


Crash, and the Aesthetics of Disappearance

In April 1970, the exhibition Crashed Cars opened at the New Arts Lab in Camden Town, London. On display were three smashed up cars: a Pontiac, an Austin Cambridge A60 and a Mini. 2,695 more words

Film Review: "X-Men: Apocalypse"

Whenever I talk/write about Marvel comics, I always feel the need to preface my opinion by saying that I’m a DC fan. By that I just mean, I am not as well versed in Marvel’s universe as I am DC’s. 1,080 more words


Often, when people think about living forever, it seems as though this gift of time would allow them to do everything they could have ever dreamed. 129 more words