Monthly Archives: January 2014

When an Author has an Agenda

What follows is the most horrific, awful, gut-wrenching piece of gory fiction that I have ever read. I didn’t like it. It was painful to read. Nevertheless, I gave it a 4-star rating because author Geoffrey Girard is a good writer who, in my opinion, accomplishes his agenda of exposing the monstrous experiments that the United States government has either carried out itself or has sanctioned over the past century. Continue reading

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The One a Day Solution

I’m overwhelmed. I can’t think. I can’t plan. I don’t have writer’s block; that’s never happened to me, but something is going on. Something else. Continue reading

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