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A worker ant moves dirt and lifts leaves, day after day. Her sisters tease her for being small and an absent-minded dreamer, but she focuses on her tasks.

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Life is a hassle. A beautiful one, but still quite a hassle. Every man and woman dragged themselves across the swamps fortune throw them in, but for what? 990 more words


Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop

Getting closer to finishing my first fantasy-action novel Vengeance Will Come is terrifying. Okay, maybe terrifying is an exaggeration but there is an amount of dread involved. 187 more words


Recent Release Review- Breath of Fire by Amanda Bouchet

Title: Breath of fire (The Kingmaker Chronicles, book /32)

Genre: Fantasy Romance

Author: Amanda Bouchet

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca, Jan. 3, 2017

Source: Free for review from the publisher… 299 more words

Book Review

First Look: Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 2

The world can be a wonderful, wild, and scary place to live. Fortunately, a show like Voltron knows that. You can’t help but admire the energy and action that the show’s creators poured into every frame, from the vicious Galra to the desperate deeds of Princess Allura and her Paladins. 675 more words

The Written Word

Review: A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 1 Episode 5 "The Wide Window: Part One"

Alfre Woodard’s task here is immense. She has to try emerge from the shadow of Meryl Streep’s performance in the film adaptation as well as try engage viewers becoming frustrated with the show’s obvious format. 115 more words



A mysterious and controversial superhuman ability is to be superhumanly insane. Easily one of the most famous examples of this trait is the Joker from DC Comics, which is demonstrated in the clip from Gotham above. 98 more words