Flick Pic of the Day | Storm of the Century

  Storm of the Century, alternatively known as Stephen King’s Storm of the Century, is a 1999 horror TV miniseries written by Stephen King and directed by Craig R. Baxley. Unlike many other King mini-series, Storm of the Century was not based upon a Stephen King novel—King wrote it as a screenplay from the beginning. The screenplay was published in February 1999.   Repost This Article [Read More]

White Girls and Boys Really Do Bleed A Lot

Several days ago I stumbled upon a website called “White Girl Bleeds Really Do Bleed A Lot” in a comment thread. The title garnered my attention. I spent several hours reading the blog last week. I was freaking stunned. I am black it and the reading about the violence freaks me out. I have not [...] [Read More]

Juror B37 Speaks on CNN

Juror B37 exclusive interview on CNN. UPDATE: Juror B-37‘s potential book publisher backs out after pressure from social media. Backlash changed the mind of Juror B37 — and her agent. “I have realized that the best direction for me to go is away from writing any sort of book and return instead to my life as it was before …” [...] [Read More]

Free E-Books Discovered While at the Grocer

Several weeks when shopping at Weiss grocery store for veggies. I stopped to read the business and money deets in the “Money” August 2012 magazine. In this months issue there is an list of free e-books available on the Internet. Repost This Article [Read More]

Book | American Growth by First Lady Michelle Obama

You would have to be living under an rock, in the mountains with no communication or an dark cave to not know that the First Lady of the United States does not appreciate consuming fresh veggies and fruit on the White House dinner table. I am INSPIRED to grow veggies and fruits in water bottles, [...] [Read More]

Book | In Defense of Food An Eater’s Manifesto

  I grew up during a time when food was not plentiful and quite frankly scarce. Folks use to plant their food and eat in the backyard and eat from the fat of the land. I remember as a child watching a man in our neighborhood cut off the head of an live chicken. I never [...] [Read More]

Dr. Seuss Lives in our Hearts and Minds Forever

  Theodore Geisel March 2, 1904 – September 24, 1991) was an American writer, poet, and cartoonist most widely known for his children’s books written under the pen names Dr. Seuss, Theo LeSieg and, in one case, Rosetta Stone. Dr. Seuss was born today, March 2, 1904. If he was alive today, Dr. Seuss would be 108 years old. Most children and adults grew up [...] [Read More]

I LOVE YOU Miss Powerhouse “Tyra Banks”

  I first spotted this cover of Ms. Tyra Banks on one of my favorite gossip blogs. Those yellow eye-shadowed and hazel eyes glared from the pages. Miss Powerhouse New York Times-bestselling novel, Modelland, about a girl with a huge forehead like Tyra that has superpowers. A book about expanding the definition of beauty is doing quite well! For more on [...] [Read More]

You Are Not a Gadget and Your Rights of Authorship

  Words to think about and consider when posting your images on the Internet. Lanier talked about Apple and Google, and the future of media content generation on The Edge .   You Are Not a Gadget: Written by Jaron Lanier ”Your Are Not a Gadget excerpt.” The Apple idea is that instead of the personal computer model where people own their own [...] [Read More]

Email Bag | Songs in the Key of September by Mark Jeffery Koch

    One of my dear Facebook friends Mark Jeffrey Koch wrote a book titled “Songs in the Key of September” that is worthy to read about caring for an elderly parent. Amazon Book description: After a bitter divorce a young man moves from his hometown to make a fresh new start in another city. Everything is going well [...] [Read More]

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