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Bellman & Black

Bellman & Black by: Diane Setterfield

(Historical Fiction)

325 pages

After killing a rook in a moment of youthful folly, William Bellman’s adult life begins to take a slowly devastating turn. 384 more words

NEW VIDEO: "Intro" by Rook

Gearing up for this summer of 2016, CT-emcee, Rook, displays his love for the culture on his latest offering, “Intro.”

Before the main event starts, Rook rattles off a few speedy bars to a delighted crowd, without much change of inflection, insinuating he’s simply leveled off some light work. 73 more words


Casting Call for Short Film "Rook" [Milwaukee, WI] #casting

Posted April 26, 2016

PLOT SUMMARY: The film follows a brother and sister. Rook, a knight, struggles to keep order in his chaotic city. He confronts a pyromancer, his sister who poses a threat to the cities inhabitants. 623 more words


The Game of Chess...!

Many countries claim to have invented the chess game in some incipient form. The most commonly held belief is that chess originated in India, where it was called Chaturanga, which appears to have been invented in the 6th century AD. 274 more words


~How to believe

Hold my hand and fly,
Never say goodbye.
Cross the open sky,
Leave the world behind.
I will be alright.
If you stay by my side. 307 more words

Rook: More than a Card Game

The one word that is synonymous with Hartzler get-togethers (my mother’s family) is Rook. While a rook can refer to a chess piece or a bird that looks a lot like a crow; the Rook that I’m talking about is a card game. 323 more words


Angry bird

Wednesday 20th April 2016, 9.25am (day 1,700)

“I ain’t no jackdaw. I ain’t got no stoopid hair in my beak. Want this bread? Come and get it, asshole.”

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