We hear the word “reform” on a regular basis today. We frequently hear everything needs reform, from political to social issues, all the way to global problems. One of the most important areas needing reform today is that of simple history.
Dreams have long been regarded as windows into mystic realms. They have mystified and terrified people since the dawn of time. What are dreams?
Collected from the Internet: “Is the wizard of oz a curse? i heard that a munchin killed himself while making the movie.
I have had a bad review. Scratch that, I have had a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Review. Actually, I’ve had several in recent years and it has brought to mind a very dismal thought.
Normally, posts on here are concerned with facts, however, every now and again, I will post some thoughts. I recently stumbled across an article discussing this topic. Horror is one of those fiction genres hardest hit in recent years with poor sales and shrinking markets.
Robert Benge, also called “Chief Benge,” was a notorious enemy of the settlers in Southwestern Virginia and surrounding areas. He remains an enigmatic figure today and conflicting accounts of his life continue to raise more questions than provide any answers. While know for brutality and even cannibalism, in one instance, this strange figure was also recorded as having a sense of honor.
This is the an excerpt from my last novel The Moon Sees Me. She barely opened her eyes before she had to shut them again. She had no recent memory.
I have another book out! Here’s the info: Destination Unknown is a collection of strange journeys, both literal and figurative, where the characters arrive in destinations they never imagined.
Here’s the button if you would like to enter for a giveaway of my novel, The Moon Sees Me. Goodreads Book Giveaway The Moon Sees Me by L. Chambers-Wright Giveaway ends August 10, 2011.
The paranormal thriller The Black Gash is now available at Smashwords and soon to be available at Amazon and B&N. Here’s the synopsis and the link: Ash volunteered for the courthouse reorganization to gain a few credits for college, he’s an ambitious future attorney who anticipates a fascinating season of studying courtroom proceedings and practices.