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4 golds, 2 silvers, but a lesson for Walsh

Some good results from the Commonwealth Games yesterday (but a warning about counting your medals before they are won):

World Champion Tom Walsh won gold in the men’s shot…

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Morning Show Mystery-Mortal Mishaps

I thought I would give this movie a try since I enjoyed The Aurora Teagarden Series and the Emma Fielding Murder Mystery from Hallmark. This Hallmark movie was not one of my favorites but it wasn’t awful in the sense that I wanted to stop it before seeing the ending. 35 more words

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‘Surprising’ advice for getting that book written on a writing retreat

Are you all pumped and motivated to finally write that book this year? I am – and I’m taking the advice of experienced published writer… 445 more words

Challenging Batman's Central Conceit in Batman 35

by Drew Baumgartner

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

For all of the impossible technology, the men made out of shapeshifting clay, the resurrection pits, and the shark repellant, the biggest narrative conceit in any Batman story is the idea that an orphan’s single-minded decision to literally fight crime is somehow noble or laudable. 496 more words

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The Rules of Engagement Part 2 (Batman #34)

Batman #34
Writer: Tom King
Artist: Joelle Jones
Cover Artist: Joelle Jones
Colorist: Jordie Bellaire
Publisher: DC Comics

The second part of the story where we find Batman and Catwoman, now engaged to be married, in the desert.

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