Our Yearly Calendar of Monthly Themes

Unfortunately for me, I kind of lack organization and this post probably should’ve been one of the first things I should’ve posted to help viewers understand my format for this website.  Now, this calendar will be an overview of our themed months, though that won’t stop weekly uploads of our content. January of Books January will consists of uploads focusing on books, novellas, novels, and anthologies.  This will include fiction and non-fiction, and will also include autobiographies, biographies, historical, poetry, and guides.  This will also consists of top ten lists. …

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2017 October is Here

As a part of our monthly themed schedule, October, the month of Halloween, has been the month designated as horror themed.  So throughout the month, every Thursday the majority of content will be focused on horror theme including slashers, thrillers, supernatural, and psychological…basically just scary stuff in general.

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Fallout 5 Wishlist Series Announcement

Fallout fans across the planet are highly anticipating the next Fallout game. Despite mixed opinions about Fallout 4, the game was actually a huge success. And as much as the game was great there were a good amount of drawbacks. I’m working on a series of posts that will span a couple weeks called the Fallout 5 Wishlist Series. This series will be composed of 3 posts composed of 30 topics that will focus on some favored elements that should be included in the next installment. Each topic will be…

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March 2017 Gulf Coast Writer’s Association Meeting

It’s been a while…well nearly a year since I’ve been to the Gulf Coast Writer’s Association due to many factors.  Sleeping, procrastination, work, hell even forgetting.  But today I was up early (despite getting home really late after work) and ready to feel the warm atmosphere of older more experienced writers. Now me and my girlfriend attended the meeting and it was a blessing to experience.  Not only were many members who I haven’t seen in a while still a part of the group but actually there were some new…

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