Throughout the Second World War, the Allies tried to spy on Hitler and his generals. They went to extraordinary lengths to understand what the Führer was thinking, using intercepted messages, intelligence from inside Germany, and the advanced decryption facilities at Bletchley Park. Ironically, some of their best intelligence on Hitler’s thinking came not from spying […] … Continue reading How Japan Helped the Allies Spy on Hitler — Pacific Paratrooper
Some nights, you come real close. So close, you can taste the sleep, you can smell it. It smells like dripping saliva and warm cotton cloth. In the dead of the night, the clock blinking at 2:43 a.m., you feel like a corpse dragged out from the grave. Immortality forced down a mortal. You feel wrong. … Continue reading Insomnia — Shreya Vikram
https://www.youtube.com/embed/S3jeHXrTz9A?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Most of my readers have see this post or one similar here on Pacific Paratrooper, but due to the arrival of new readers, I have chosen to remind every one again. I thank you all for taking the time to visit this site and I hope you are enjoying the freedoms that these troops … Continue reading May – Military Appreciation Month 2019 — Pacific Paratrooper
kinder’s hair shows signs of spring. — ‘as full of spirit as the month of may, and as gorgeous as the sun in midsummer. ‘ -william shakespeare via bringing in the may. — I didn't have my glasses on.... Now, this is definitely a Spring Time Doo!
Readers, here’s one of my own (fictional but still fun) ghost stories, from my published collection, Rest In Fleece: Ghosts, Tall Tales & Horror Stories! It’s a short story with an unusual twist and several articulate ghosts! Enjoy! The Forever Home I moved to the Elysium Row house late that year. The leaves had turned […] … Continue reading Ghosts: An Original Ghost Story — Book ‘Em, Jan O
Independent writers are choosing their own paths to success Until recently, if you were a writer who had a novel or other work, there was essentially a single path to follow: you tried to find an agent who liked your writing, and who would be able to sell it to a publisher. The process could […] … Continue reading This Week in Indie Publishing — Author Don Massenzio
This post definitely makes the argument for it benefits you to do what you can to remain in an upbeat and happy mood.
Teachers become highly stressed in school system for effective performance but learning transfer does not happen in the classroom.
In the depths of slumber I find my way through the passage of night.
Another extremely enjoyable tale from one of the greatest storytellers of our time, John Grisham.