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Math, A Great Distraction

I may be a little depressed, staying at home, wondering what the hell my ex-boyfriend’s doing, besides not calling me.

Yesterday was Black Friday and I bought something that would possibly make me happy: Watercolour pencils. 178 more words


Pay Me In Flesh by K. Bennett

Pay Me in Flesh by K. Bennett
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

I’m not even sure where to start with this book. First, K. Bennett is a pen name of James Scott Bell, a lawyer and writer. 280 more words


White Girl

I was sitting at the rear of the Ikorodu bound BRT bus (those red ones with fancy adverts plastered on their body), nonchalant to the usual eccentricities commonplace to all BRT buses in Lagos. 1,104 more words


Teaser: Zach Bohannon #WinterofZombie

The following is an excerpt from “Empty Bodies” by Zach Bohannon

The sheer chaos in the plane was a horror he could’ve never imagined. Down the middle aisle, bodies lay both sprawled and stacked on top of each other. 1,187 more words

Armand Rosamilia

NaNoWriMo 2015

I’m not going to make my 50K goal this year, Gentle Reader, and I’m okay with that.  Since my mother died May 2014, I have had problems writing and reading for pleasure.   88 more words


Black Friday sale PLUS an extra 30% off!

I am cleverer than I appear. I absolutely decided to post this a day late on PURPOSE.

Or not.

Anyways! First, the good news: until Monday, you can pick up a paperback copy of  73 more words


A friend laments

Maybe this is personal, maybe these are words that anyone might find a way to just pass the time.

A friend laments

About the time of the turkey bake, about that special time of year when we most feel abandoned by the past and condemned by our future,  someone wrote a letter. 829 more words