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Flash Fiction: The Crow

A/N: This is a piece that had been rolling around in my head for a while. I’m trying to get back into the swing of fiction writing so it’s rusty at best and I haven’t written much flash fiction before. I didn’t think it was good enough to be published but thought it might be fun to share anyways.

Nestled into the handsome mountainside sat a manor strangled by cords of ivy. The estate stretched out across twenty acres of land, some of which contained an apple orchard.

Of the many striking components that made up the Vicker family home, none were as eye-catching as the massive bay windows with rococo framing, so intricate and astonishing they looked like they should be containing stained glass and adorning the walls of a cathedral. They loomed out from behind the railing on the wrap-around porch.

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Update.

Okay I’m not sure if anyone even pays attention to this blog anymore at this point BUT. I’m going to post all my articles on a separate blog to become an online portfolio for myself and actually start using this one again as a legitimate blog… it’s a work in progress that I won’t be able to really dig into until the end of the month or so for various reasons but then I’m going to hopefully spruce things up and actually use this baby like I originally intended to again.

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The awful truth behind Lifetime’s newest film Love You to Death

Academy Award winner, Marcia Gay Harden, stars as the fictional counterpart of Dee Dee Blanchard in Lifetime’s latest film, Love You to Death.

Love You to Death is a fictional retelling of the events leading up to the murder of Dee Dee Blanchard. If you frequent the true crime circuit then odds are you’ve heard about this case in great detail since the 2017 HBO documentary, Mommie Dead and Dearest, put it back into the public eye.

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Single Parents – Graham D’Amato: Hot Lunch Mentalist – Review: I Forbid It

Will discovers a small technicality in he and Mia’s previous divorce papers, he realizes they are still technically married. The fix should be easy right? Just sign and deliver. But Will is having a difficult time resisting Mia’s worldly charms. He needs Angie to go full-throttle and prevent him throwing out the papers altogether. But then Mia speaks in foreign languages and does all those quirky little things that Will loves and he can’t resist falling back into bed with her, forcing Angie to kick him off the grid, after all, it’s for single parents only and if Will is still married, he’s not a single parent.

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine – Honeymoon – Advance Preview: Always Be Coconutting

The gang at the Nine-Nine is FINALLY back and better than ever! Anyone who might have worried the network swap could have somehow diminished the show need not worry, the season six premiere is as funny as ever.

In fact I’d say the swap to NBC is honestly the best thing that could have happened to Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

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Single Parents – The Magic Box – Review: I Feel Cherished

It’s Christmas time on Single Parents and I can’t tell you how happy it made me we got one in the first season. This might even be one of my favorite episodes of the season. It’s adorable and hilarious as always but with an extra dosage of stuff that will make your heart flutter.

“The Magic Box” was written by Joe Wengert and directed by Jason Winer and in addition to the main cast, Andy Favreau guest stars as Owen.

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Release Day: Slender Man

Slender Man officially released this past Monday, October 23rd! It’s the perfect book to read this time of year and a novel I truly believe finally gets the Slender Man story right, especially if you were as disappointed as I was in the recent film version!

The book is available for purchase in trade paperback, ebook, and audio formats!

If you’d like to check out my full review you can read it here.

PURCHASE: AMAZON | BARNES & NOBLE

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Review: New Amsterdam – 1×02

WARNING: THE FOLLOWING REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS, READ AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Last week we were introduced to the hectic world of New Amsterdam and its ever changing policies ushered forth into the new era by the latest medical director, Max Goodwin. We were casually introduced to all the main players of the series and we left off with some big revelations.

This week, Max is on a mission to stick to his mandate of making New Amsterdam a better place. Iggy is dealing with a tricky case involving a child drowning in pharmaceuticals. Floyd’s pride is tested and Helen struggles with the emotional swells of being a doctor.

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Advance Preview: The Gifted – 2×02

WARNING: THIS PREVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR PREVIOUS EPISODES.

Last week on The Gifted: Reeva took control of the Inner Circle. Caitlin tracked down a mutant criminal hacker in order to find her son and wound up getting grazed by a bullet. The Strucker family grappled with their grief over Andy’s departure. The Mutant Underground rescued a young mutant named Christina from a Sentinel raid but was unable to get to her family in time, they’re still on the look out for her sister, Jasmine. Polaris gave birth to her baby girl, Dawn.

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Book Review: The Dream Daughter

  • Author: Diane Chamberlain
  • Edition: Kindle
  • Published: Oct. 2, 2018
  • Genres: Fiction, Historical Fiction, Science Fiction
  • Star Rating: ★★★☆☆
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The year is 1970 and Caroline Sears’ baby is diagnosed with a fatal heart defect. She assumes all hope is lost and that she may lose her daughter before she is ever born. Luckily for her, Hunter, her sister’s husband, has a plan in order to prevent that from happening. A maverick of time travel, he has a plan to send Caroline into the future, to the year 2001 to be exact, in order to get the medical care she cannot get in the current era and save her child.

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