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What Are You Afraid Of?

Today is Saturday, January 14, 2017.

Quote of the Day

“Without a struggle, there can be no progress.” – Frederick Douglass

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Word Of The Day

New Word Tuesdays

Youh – a meh moment, entirely because of the other person being such a terrible bore.


New word Tuesdays 

Rejectionship – Something those unlucky in love usually are in. Also the affair between struggling authors and publishers


Frank Herbert's Dune: Speculative Fiction Orientalism and Obscurity

Frank Herbert’s epic science-fantasy series, Dune, was my first exploration of the science fiction genre and my first experience with Orientalist literature; albeit, I was unaware of the latter at the time of my reading. 1,350 more words


There is No Honour in "Honour Killings"

This is my third blog and, despite some reluctance,  I am drawn to publish this poem. The poem was written in 2008 and remains, unfortunately, relevant to current events. 669 more words

Spiritual Poetry

The Impact of Politics on Language

If we take the approach that necromancers defile bodies so have forgone their right to be considered people, do those who fight for equality before the law become insuresurrectionists?


Those darn pronouns!

“Each person is entitled to their own opinion.”

WRONG. “Each” is a singular indefinite pronoun, which requires a singular 3rd person possessive pronoun.

“Each person is entitled to his or her own opinion.”

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