Babylon: Law And Empire

March 22, 2019 Scott Huggins 0

In the past ten days, I’ve increased my following on Twitter by a factor of eight, thanks mostly to a couple of awesome fellow writers who have made it their mission to boost other writers’ […]


Practical to a Fault, Reprise

March 21, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

As a follow up to Monday’s post on the arts, and in light of KameCon folding on Vic Mignogna, here’s a guest post from the vaults by author Rawle Nyanzi about the Conservative tendency to […]

Jon Del Arroz

Flying Sparks Volume 2 Is Live!

March 21, 2019 jdelarroz 0

I left you with a cliffhanger in volume 1… …the resolution will leave you breathless. Mob Ties picks up right where book 1 left off, and I put my foot firmly on the action gas […]

Assemblies of God

Sabellians in The Midst

March 21, 2019 Frank Luke 0

The old adage says those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. However, those who do learn from history are drug along while those who did not learn repeat it. At […]

Dawn Witzke

Watching TV again

March 20, 2019 Dawn Witzke 0

I’m not much for watching television or movies, mainly because I have a mountain of a to-do list. But, about once a week, I take off time to park my backside on the couch and […]


Yes, Fire Your Agent

March 20, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

For any authors who didn’t think I was serious last time, a reader provides another case study in why you need to fire your literary agent. Or better yet, never hire one in the first […]


A Digital Tammany Hall

March 19, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

Having been subjected to Twitter’s shadow bans myself, I was gladdened to hear of Devin Nunes’ $250 million lawsuit against what his attorney calls a, “Modern day Tammany Hall.” California GOP Rep. Devin Nunes filed […]