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‘Kind Nepenthe’ Offers A Chilling Dose Of Horror Mixed With Reality

After reading Matthew Brockmeyer’s book Kind Nepenthe, don’t be surprised if you develop a whole new appreciation for horror. Kind Nepenthe follows the lives of several people with different backgrounds, allowing you to walk in the shoes of  individuals who share very contrasting viewpoints throughout. With each change in narration, you delve deeper into the highs and…

‘Blackbirds’ – The Book Of Poetry That Will Tug At Your Heartstrings (Review)

I’m not sure if words could ever do this book justice. From beginning to end, Greg Santos’ Blackbirds lures you in with the simplest poetry, poetry written so beautifully that it instills profound thought and emotion. Blackbirds is a raw, sometimes harrowing, account of Santos’ life experiences at their very core. In some ways, this book felt more…

#FeatMyFlash – Our 1st Event Poll Is Now Live! Who will win?

Who will win our first #FeatMyFlash event? Vote for your favorite story here on Twitter! Poll closes tonight at 12AM EST. 1.) ‘A Passage of Time’ by Dennis Mombauer 2.) ‘One Last Look’ by Avery Kingston 3.) ‘A Night Off‘ By Ian Mark Sophia is an Administrative Assistant in Aviation, and is currently pursuing her…

Celebrating Pride Month: 5 LGBTQ Films With Happy Endings

  We showed a little love to LBGTQ books, but what about films? From movies, to TV episodes, to shorts, here’s a small list we’ve compiled with flicks worth mentioning. ‘Black Mirror’ [S3E4] “San Junipero” (2016) This Black Mirror episode, San Junipero, offered a fresh take on their usually ‘unhappy’ endings. Sure, its still riddled with…

‘Peace Out’ – A Novella That Puts The Heart Back In Heart-Warming

We all have our comforts. For some of us, maybe its an indulgent square of dark chocolate, or an aromatic cup of hot coffee. For others it could be a smell, a movie, or a song. But Sandra Hurst’s novella, Peace Out, might just be a comfort all in itself. First and foremost, this is more than…