The Moon Chaser, by Alexa Kang PJ Review Score: 4.8/5 3: 🙂 4: 😊 5: 😲 Alexa Kang is the author of WWII and 20th Century historical fiction. Her works include the Rose of Anzio, Shanghai Story (of which Moon Chaser is a spin-off) and Eternal Flame. To learn more about Alexa Kang and her works, visit her website. Overview The Moon Chaser is a historical … Continue reading Reading The Moon Chaser by Alexa Kang
Thinking about Rikke Delhi’s expressive poetry collection. Behold is both haunting and unique.
PJ Review Score: 4/5
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1 – 2: Poor; doesn’t meet basic standards of plot, character development. Extreme grammatical errors.
3: Average; includes some plot & character development; author’s intent is expressed; a few typos and/or grammatical mistakes.
4: Good; competent plot & character development; unique style stands out; author’s intent expressed; a few typos.
5: Superior; a ‘wow’ read; heavy and nuanced plot & character development; expert in own, unique style; author’s intent clear; no typos.
Rikke Dehli is a Danish author of Behold,a poetry collection filled with free verse poetry published in November of 2017. Beholdis Rikke Dehli’s first published poetry collection.
The cover art is unique and simplistic. It’s a good representation of the poems that can be found within the book itself.
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“Always be pitching.” by Ikenna Nwachukwu Ikenna Nwachukwu is a freelance writer currently based in Lagos, Nigeria. Photo Credit: Geralt, pixabay It’s now the cliché parting admonition from your average self-styled marketing guru. They lob it at you with the sort of light, graceful touch you would usually associate with the dispensing of profound wisdom … Continue reading The Pitching Plague: When Communication Becomes Inhumane
by Bernice Groves You made me hate youCurse your name and wish death upon the same You taught me things How to hate, manipulateBend and twist my foes.You taught me this Through delicate manipulationDesire and temptation With a twitch of your fingerYou twisted my soul, bent my willUntil you had the control. I was sound … Continue reading When I hated You
The following is a brief interview with a Satanist I spoke to last week. The Lazy Satanist encourages people to visit the Church of Satan's website for more detailed information. Who are you? I prefer to let my dumb posts speak for themselves, but I'm no one in particular. https://www.facebook.com/TheLazySatanist/photos/a.252934945213905/485551475285583/?type=3&theater A post from The Lazy … Continue reading Exploring Satanism with ‘The Lazy Satanist’
Queen Nzinga was born sometime between 1580 and 1583. She was one of several children of Ngola (king) Kia Samba, who ruled over the Ndongo and Matamba Kingdoms. Her father, Ngola Kiluanji Kia Samba, reigned during a time of constant conflict with the Portuguese, who'd arrived in Angola in the late 14th century. Her brother, … Continue reading The More You Know: Queen Nzinga
The Golden Age of Greece is a time period most well known for the flourishing of arts and sciences. The magnificent Parthenon was erected as both a pious symbol to the gods, and as a symbol of the wealth and superiority of Athenian culture. You may know of the general Pericles, who ushered democracy into … Continue reading The More You Know: Aspasia of Miletus