Agathoclea — by Stephanie Dargon Luce

Agathoclea — by Stephanie Dargon Luce

My ancestors began their lives in the fertile crescent of Egypt about 4,000 years ago. The Egyptians revere us as the great hunters we are and worship us as gods and goddesses.  One of the most revered goddesses is Bastet. She, the keeper of the hearth and home,...

Stoney’s All-Time Favorite Movies List

Stoney’s All-Time Favorite Movies List

When you own 395 420* movies that you love, it's hard to narrow that down to a small list of favorites. I buy a lot of movies, but I have a pretty strict policy of only buying movies that I want to see over and over and over and over and over... you get the point....

Reliable Anna — by Kathleen Cranidge

Reliable Anna — by Kathleen Cranidge

A late November gust whips my cheeks, picks at my skirt, sticky arthritis fingers stretch into my pockets. I poke into that hole I haven’t had time to mend, then tangle in loose threads, another poke from that tatty appointment card worn from calls of harassment—book,...

The (Not So) Drunk of the Party — A Story of My Life

The (Not So) Drunk of the Party — A Story of My Life

My junior year of high school was at a private Christian school. It was relatively small, probably around 80 students, if I remember right. I have some of my best high school memories from that year, but one, in particular, stands out. It was the school Valentine's...

Invisible — by My Fractured Musings

Invisible — by My Fractured Musings

Cigarette smoke fills my nose and I see my father slam my mother by her neck onto the cracked polyurethane coated, wood kitchen table by her neck. This is the earliest memory I have; this is what keeps me up at night with cold sweats and wishful thinking. This memory...

7 Author Tips I Learned Along the Way

7 Author Tips I Learned Along the Way

A few weeks back, I posted 13 storytelling tips I have learned while writing my first novel. I don't claim to be an expert by any means--I'll save that label for when I get published and sell billions of copies--but, expert or no, I've learned some things. This post...

Writing is Easy: Just Bleed — by Ryan Williamson

Writing is Easy: Just Bleed — by Ryan Williamson

https://youtu.be/KX5TK11OLj0 Ryan Williamson is a novelist and graphic designer. His latest novel is the Supernatural Western, “The Widow’s Son.” He is currently working on his next novel. Follow Ryan on Twitter @rywilwrite and visit his website at...

Complete History of Petra Albums Ranked

Complete History of Petra Albums Ranked

If you've never listened to Christian Rock, then you're probably wondering who Petra is. Petra is to Christian Rock what RUN-DMC is to Rap. They didn't invent the genre but rose to become one of the most groundbreaking and influential bands in Christian music. Without...

Indie Beginning… — by Foxx Ballard

Indie Beginning… — by Foxx Ballard

When in doubt as to your writing prowess as an indie author (I am an indie author, and a new one at that), keep an open mind. You likely have an AWESOME story, but you want to tell it in the best way possible because you're competing with thousands of others. That...