It’s getting awfully close. BTW, if you’re wondering whether the creep in the video has the street cred to back up his Earth-ending bombast, he is affectionately known in Russia’s kleptocratic circle as “Putin’s mouthpiece.” I wonder what the Vegas … Continue reading If it’s not yet time to start worrying…
Everyone who has ever built anywhere a new heaven first found the power thereto in his own hell. Continue reading Literary Zen X
Wait! Putin said what?! Whoever tries to hinder us, and even more so, to create threats to our country, to our people, should know that Russia’s response will be immediate. And it will lead you to such consequences that you … Continue reading Huzzah! The pandemic is receding so we no longer need to fear the end of humanity!
A thread of mystery flows through the story. I think the author would shine writing thrillers full of secrets, crimes, and heart-pounding scenes. Brindley has a Navy SEAL vigilante title: The Good Kill. While I haven’t read that book, I’m sure the action is well done. Continue reading RAINY SEASON – A Review by Whispering Stories
During the battle to liberate Mosul from the brutal grip of the Islamic State, Killian Lebon, a war-weary Navy SEAL Senior Chief, sustains life-threatening injuries from an explosion during a rescue operation that goes horribly wrong…
Battle weary Navy SEAL ✓ Fearless, kickass women ✓ Corrupt corporate moguls ✓ Conniving Russian agents ✓ Ruthless ISIS terrorists ✓ Cold-hearted pimps ✓ Low-life sex traffickers ✓ Evil henchmen ✓ Traitorous scum ✓ Dark Web hackers ✓ Cool cars ✓ Luxurious yachts ✓ High-speed chases ✓ Heartless violence ✓ Brutal redemption ✓ Love ✓ Romance ✓ Kittens #mysteries #suspense #thrillers Continue reading THE GOOD KILL – A Storyline Checklist
Speaking from my privileged First World perspective, our, meaning the United States’, response to the Syrian war has always been a very conflicting and troubling issue for me.
Poor me, right, when there’s somewhere around 500,000 Syrians dead and over 10,000,000 displaced.
Poor me, indeed.
But since all pain is relative, all I can do is acknowledge/empathize with/pray for the atrocities external from me while focusing on finding some way to mitigate or at least reconcile with the conflicts and turmoil internal to me.
So far I’ve been unsuccessful…
This is a link to the live recent Senate Intelligence hearing regarding “Russian Hacking and Cybersecurity.” This is a murky link. This is a link to The Sea Trials of an Unfortunate Sailor, my book about the harsh realities of … Continue reading The Murky Link Between the Russian Cyber Threat and My Novel
I have absolutely no idea why I wrote that as a title for this post… Tru dat. But since it is what it is, I guess we might as well just go with it. Just go with the Flow of the Is of the Now… Oh boy… Anyway, since you’re here I was wondering if you could do me a favor. Well, the two features Relating to Humans and the Indie Author Book Selection & Review thingy are beginning to get a little love, meaning, there is stuff up there just waiting for someone to look at it… So, I … Continue reading A quick check-up from the neck up…
What the fuck is going on in Russia? Note: not much of a curser, but after reading this felt the strong desire to express my freedom of…expression, however cursed it may be; and also to express my solidarity with our … Continue reading Putin Signs Law Banning Curse Words in Arts and Media