Reading Good Fiction Part 2: Synopsis of “Space”

Reading good fiction can be a challenge these days with so many small presses and opportunities for writers – good and bad – to publish their works easily. Here in this three-part series, I will share my opinions and synopsis of three short stories in Literature. “Space” by Kevin Brockmeier This story is about loveContinue reading “Reading Good Fiction Part 2: Synopsis of “Space””

Reading Good Fiction: “Kavita Through the Glass”

Reading good fiction can be a challenge these days with so many small presses and opportunities for writers – good and bad – to publish their works easily. Here in this three part series, I will share my opinions and synopsis of three short stories in Literature. Kavita Through The Glass by Emily Ishem RaboteauContinue reading “Reading Good Fiction: “Kavita Through the Glass””

The Impact of Race and Identity in Native Americans

The Impact of Race and Identity in Native Americans is represented in Leslie Silko’s novel, “Ceremony.” The impact on the ideology on the thinking of Leslie Silko’s character, Tayo, produces much inner anxiety for the native character due to having to juggle multiple ideological agendas, constantly barraging Tayo at a feeble point in his life.Continue reading “The Impact of Race and Identity in Native Americans”

My Favorite Book Collections

My favorite book collections and addiction to bibliophilia began when I started studying for my Bachelor’s in English. I figured, if I’m going to spend money on all these books, I might as well keep them! Lo and behold, I went out and purchased my first book case to fill with books and notebooks. AsContinue reading “My Favorite Book Collections”

Craft Beer Paired with Lurid Horror

Tonight’s paring is brought to you by Egeus Press and a delicious craft beer from Big Muddy Beer. We have a – limited first edition – collection of short horrors, “Murder Ballads” to read while we sip on some smore and stout . A collection of seventeen dark tales & novellas, in which some ofContinue reading “Craft Beer Paired with Lurid Horror”

Hell Fest Movie Review by Horror Author, A.R. Braun

This Hell Fest scored a 3 out of 5 hatchets from Horror Author, A.R. Braun. The Following movie review was written by dark fiction author, A.R. Braun, to be released on the Ritual Blog for Mind on Fire Books. The slasher film is my least favorite horror sub-genre, but there are exceptions: Black Christmas, TheContinue reading “Hell Fest Movie Review by Horror Author, A.R. Braun”

Writer or Prophet? Jules Verne Predicted Technology

Writer or prophet? Jules Verne, famous science fiction writer not only produced texts that we still talk about today in our classrooms, science groups, book clubs and cartoon such as Rick and Morty; he also predicted these seven technologies in his texts. Not many people know this, but he is in fact, one of theContinue reading “Writer or Prophet? Jules Verne Predicted Technology”

2020 Was My Year to Succeed!

2020 was my year. Despite the pandemic, my wife and I were fortunate enough to be able to continue working. And I was able to continue giving back to the community and growing. For years I had wanted to learn yoga from an educational viewpoint and not just take classes here and there. I wasContinue reading “2020 Was My Year to Succeed!”

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