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Bloodsuckers

As Halloween submissions continue to come in, we were blessed to have gotten this piece early. Giving a peek into the dark side of the modeling world, we get to see how appearance and self-worth go hand-in-hand in creating over-inflated egos, self-loathing, and everything in between. 5,479 more words

Writing

3rd Indie Fringe Conference: October 14, 2017

Attention new, aspiring and indie authors! News from IngramSpark.

(For those not familiar with the Ingram Book Group, the largest distributor and wholesaler of books in the United States, here’s an… 96 more words

Home Field by Laurie Winter

It’s always a joy to read a really good book by a brand new author! Of course, it wasn’t without some shortcomings (really though, don’t most books have some?!), but the couple of things I thought could use some improving were pretty minor. 496 more words

4 Star Read

Reading For Pleasure; Honey Talks About Her New Book

I caught up with Honey R. Adewole to ask about her new book Materbeampater. It is a humorous collection of short stories, with larger than life characters.  578 more words

Citizenship

#SoCS - Due/Dewy/Doodoo

Due-dates. I’ve always been bad with them. When I was in school, I always waited until the last minute to complete a project, and even now, when I have something to write I often do it at the very last minute. 369 more words

Blogging

The Taboo Themes of Note

This year has certainly seen its share of market changes! We’ve seen slight changes in Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited system, B&N purging all controversial content, and a small uptick in popularity for taboo content. 938 more words

Lot's Cave

Latest review: Girl in Snow by Danya Kukafka

Reviewed by Ekta R. Garg

September 27, 2017

Genre: Mystery/thriller

Release date: August 1, 2017

Rated: Bypass it

When a teen is found murdered, members from a small community must deal with the list of possible suspects that include an obsessed classmate and a jealous ex-friend. 575 more words

Book Review