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Originally posted on SUSANNE LEIST:
TRAPPED Where do the lights lead you? Follow them and you shall see. The hallway is long and dark. Closed doors line the walls on either side. Should we open one? Let’s try this one. There are steps leading down to the basement. We enter. The door slams shut. It’s…


Originally posted on SUSANNE LEIST:
CASTLE DRACULA CAN BE YOURS Castle Dracula can be yours for a cool $140 million   Juan Pierre Dubois, Editor Bran Castle in Romania is looking for a new owner at a bargain of $140 Million. We know it as the Castle of Dracula, but it actually goes by…

Theodore- Chapter 41

The literary realm is sometimes too subjective for beginners

The World’s Most Beautiful Canal Cities

Originally posted on International Bellhop Travel Magazine:
In ancient times, the most efficient roadways through cities were made of canals that would allow easy transport of goods between shops, homes, and shipping centers. While these were long-ago the most efficient mode of transport through cities, it also became quickly adored by residents for the beauty…


Writing: Where the money is

Originally posted on C h a z z W r i t e s . c o m:
Everybody wonders what the next big thing will be in our expanding industry. In other words, “Where’s the money?” As it relates to writing as an industry, money looks sparse at first glance. I mean, banking, drugs and guns…

Spotlight Sunday

The Unintentional Time Traveller by Everett Maroon – Review

Originally posted on Rhythempoets:
Blurb: Fifteen-year-old Jack Bishop has mad skills with cars and engines, but knows he’ll never get a driver’s license because of his epilepsy. Agreeing to participate in an experimental clinical trial to find new treatments for his disease, he finds himself in a completely different body—that of a girl his age,…



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