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Marz whines about the entrance of Trump to the Oval Office

Here's some recent tweets Marz wrote about North Carolina and his claim we'll "miss" Obama after he departs from office. First, when the AP Wire says that the outgoing governor of NC signed a law stripping power for successive politicians i...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 19, 2016

The UN just caved to the SJWs who hated WW

Little more than 2 months after the UN chose Wonder Woman as a mascot for their program to inspire women, they've rejected the superheroine for the sake of the ungrateful SJWs who hate gorgeous women in positions of power: The United Nations is the l...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 16, 2016

Home for Christmas and a Lemon, Rose & Poppy Seed Baked Cheesecake

Look out for my interview in Waitrose Weekend today (16th Dec) where I share my ideas for the perfect festive bash with a lemon, rose and poppy seed baked cheesecake, Polish-style open turkey sandwiches and festive vodka cocktails #HomeForChristmas P...
by renbehan.com on Dec 15, 2016

Batman's origins made grosser for no good reason

With the 12th issue of the latest Batman volume, Tom King and the editors at DC have just proven it's possible to make a retcon for a character whose world is dark very distasteful and unappealing. The article also brings up a very repellent tamperin...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 14, 2016

Best 3 Tips for Authors

  Today I thought I’d share my Top 3 Tips for Authors. I get asked so many questions on what writer’s need and what they can skip doing. You may find some of these articles below helpful. What do I need on my website? Do I need to have a blog? H...

“A Guide to Short Story Contests in 2017”

This would normally be a re-blog day; but, Aerogramme Writers’ Studio published A Guide to Short Story Contests in 2017. Since some of the contests have deadlines in January, I thought it needed published here today :-) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~...
by Notes from An Alien on Dec 13, 2016

The 4th Marvel vs. Capcom game features the PC take on Carol Danvers

The newest video game in the Marvel vs. Capcom series features Carol Danvers, not as Ms. Marvel, but rather, as Captain Marvel, replete with the very costume design the editorial mandates at Marvel thought up out of political correctness. One of the...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 12, 2016

Brad Meltzer stands against Donald Trump

The writer of Identity Crisis, along with an awfully crude story in the Buffy comics, gave some strong hints whom he voted for in this election, if he even voted at all, in a Hollywood Reporter article where he demanded the president-elect stand agai...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 10, 2016

3 more tweets by Marz post-election

About a month's passed since Donald Trump's election, and here's a few, quite saddening posts Ron Marz turned out, like this one where he sounds gleeful that Kellogg corporation withdrew ads from Breitbart because they hated their politics: Good for...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 8, 2016

Slott predictably returns to Twitter, and continues his mindless babble

Just as should've been expected, Slott's reversed the cancellation of his Twitter account, and is back to being the ultra-leftist he's remained in perpetuity. Some of his dreary drivel includes the following: People who believe that today's comic boo...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 7, 2016

A fawning interview with G. Willow Wilson in Comics Bulletin

Comics Bulletin ran a sugar-drenched interview with G. Willow Wilson by a fellow Islamist, which pushes the narrative that Islamists in the USA are scared after the election of Donald Trump. It begins with the following: I conducted this interview a...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 5, 2016

COFFEE AND A FREE BOOK

                                                  MONKEY POOP COFFEE My wife went to the doctor a few days ago and received some devastating news. She has to … GIVE UP COFFEE! She had some DNA tests d...
by The Writing Deputy on Dec 4, 2016

3 December 2016 - AUTHOR QUOTES

AUTHOR QUOTESG'day folks,Welcome to some wise words from authors. Clancy's comment: Yep, a review would be nice, but don't forget to thank the reviewer.I'm ...
by clancy tucker's blog on Dec 2, 2016

The timing couldn't be worse for Bobby Drake to get a solo book

Marvel's going out of their way to milk Brian Bendis's retconning Iceman sexual orientation to homosexual with a new starring series for him. And here's one of the most biased articles about it: Although he’s one of the original X-Men created by St...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 1, 2016

The Double Plot of Salem Chapel

Many readers have observed that Mrs. Oliphant’s [1] Salem Chapel combines two rather ill-sorted narratives. The satiric story of the naïve young Nonconformist assuming his first pastorate among middle-class people is interwoven with a far more un...
by Poetry on the Loose on Dec 1, 2016

Index

The index now features hypertext connections. Simply click on any title below to read it.Though this listing serves, I think, a clear purpose, not every posting falls easily into the categories. One essay might equally be placed under literary theo...
by Poetry on the Loose on Dec 1, 2016

Blessed are the weird people…

Quote credit: Pinterest.comFiled under: Encouragement, Quotes, Uncategorized Tagged: dreamers, misfits, music makers, outsiders, poets, postaday, quote, thoughts, weirdos, writers, writing...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Nov 25, 2016

Jules Verne, the writer who saw the future. two centuries ago including ( electric submarines, trains, news broadcasts, Solar Sails, Lunar Module, Helicopter and much more )

Jules Verne photo: pinterestMany authors of science fiction novels have provided some invention or how time will change our society. Few, however, were visionaries such as Jules Verne, the writer who has brightened our childhood with his novels of ad...
by Potent Scientia Est on Nov 19, 2016

Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, great writer killed by a terrible disease

On January 29, 1860 was born Anton Pavlovich Chekhov Russian writer (d. July 15, 1904).Chekhov was born in Taganrog, Azov Sea city.Between 1867 and 1879 made primary and secondary education in his hometown. Attend theater and leading a students magaz...
by Potent Scientia Est on Nov 17, 2016

Funerals for writer Edgar Allan Poe, 160 years after his death

Funerals for writer Edgar Allan Poe, 160 years after his death literature, funeral, Poe, funeral, deathAmerican master of macabre fiction has had, finally, a funeral ceremony worthy of a great writer.True to his funeral, spent in 1849, only 10 people...
by Potent Scientia Est on Nov 17, 2016


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