Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis: Even though pamphlets and softcover books have been available in Europe since the 16th century, US readers looked down on them until well into the 20th century. As a recent Atlas Obscura post by Cara Giaimo explains, without a mass-market distribution model in place, it was difficult to make money… … Continue reading The Soldiers’ Pocket Books That Legitimized Paperbacks — Pacific Paratrooper
Here is a very interesting article from one of my favorite writers Jan Olandese (janowrite). I can always count on her to provide great content that is interesting and informative. So, turn off the lights, close the drapes, sit in your favorite chair and go on a journey with me into the realm of the … Continue reading Ghosts: Some Short Paranormal Tales!
To my American brothers and sisters who are hurting right now because they lost a loved one during the shooting in Las Vegas I offer my heartfelt and sincere condolences. To my American brothers and sisters who were wounded during the terrible event in Las Vegas, I pray for your speedy recovery. You … Continue reading My Condolences to the Las Vegas Shooting Victims
I want to offer my followers a heartfelt and sincere apology for the article I recently posted on this blog. One of my followers brought to my attention, through a comment, that the post had a very distasteful and off color comment in it that I missed. There is, of course, no excuse for … Continue reading My Heart Felt Apology for the Post About NFL Players Taking a Knee During the National Anthem
Source: “Write What You Know” — Fox Writer A wonderful tip, especially for writers who are just starting out. Sometimes we think that, as a writer, we are expected, or even that we should be able to cover any topic only to wind up with writer's block. Write what you know and you'll never go … Continue reading “Write What You Know” — Fox Writer
Source: Spasmodic promises #2 I just had to share this work with my friends. This one hit a very personal and real note with me, as I'm sure it does with others. Ah, to be young and in love. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
The Ouija board, also known as spirit board or talking board, is a product of the American 19th century obsession with spiritualism, the belief that the dead are able to communicate with the living. Around for years in Europe, spiritualism hit America hard in 1848 with the sudden rise in interest of … Continue reading The History of the Ouija Board: Cell Phone to the Spirit World
A majority of modern day horror movies seem to be in a competition with each other to create the most disgusting and bizarre mutilations of the human body ever seen. It can almost be guaranteed there will come a point where they will just plain run out of ideas. Maybe then they will have … Continue reading Are Modern Horror Movies More Gory Than Scary?
Source: Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries
This article really makes you think about life and what your pursue. It’s one of those articles that make you stop and go “Hmmm” It’s also refreshing it regards to letting you know that your dreams and goals are really within your reach. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Sam Sanderson
Founder & Owner of: Simplistic Success
Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Entrepreneur and Successful Living Writer
Recently, I read a book titled The Alchemist written by Paul Coelho. This was probably one of my favorite novels I have read and had a deep impact on my life.
The book is about a young man named Santiago who left life in his simple town to become a shepherd because he loved to travel. He thought this was his destiny; however, as the story goes on he finds out otherwise.
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