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  Downtown Flint’s Five Most Haunted Locations Home to ancient Native American battle sites and burial grounds, the Sit Down Strike of 1936-37, unsolved murders, economic depression, social injustice, and a water crisis - Flint’s unholy brew of energy has led to macabre tales of ghostly encounters and stories of demonic possession.              Is there something sinister lurking in Flint’s history to blame for all the hauntings? Do the souls of Flint’s murdered linger, craving justice by haunting the land until they get their vengeance? Whatever the reason, Flint is filled with frightful sites and terrifying tales. From ghostly graveyard...

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  How We Write Together  Given that we are a husband-and-wife writing team, we’re always asked how we do it—without maiming each other. In the movies, they often show writing partners working side-by-side on a manuscript or screenplay with lots of frenzied pacing, empty pizza boxes, and the montage of the partners brainstorming and coming up with aha moments. We’ve eaten our share of late night pizza, but for us, we only collaborate like that when outlining the plot. We are plotters out of necessity. Imagine two people agreeing to meet for lunch, but never bothering to communicate about where...

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4 out of 5 Black Cats. What can I say? A Fairy for Bin Laden by Stephen M. Holak was not a story I was expecting to get when I put out the request for self-published books to review, but I'm glad I got to read it. It's well written and edited, and the story engaging. This short work that you can read in an hour or two starts with the main character, Peter Durrani, being brought on to Project Neverland where he learns he'll be the handler of a real life, foul-mouthed fairy named Tinkerbelle. Their mission, to take...

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Artist Problems -

I talk about my lack of motivation to create art over the past few months. Honestly my lack of motivation to work on anything including this website. Hopefully, that is turning around now.  

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Travel -

I love Akihabara! This was October 18, 2017 Akihabara 秋葉原 Japan 8am in the morning. Not much was open yet. We went to Mister Donut for breakfast. I wanted the Halloween donuts but they were not out yet and we didn't make it back later. We started walking around Akihabara looking for open places and came across the coffee coke in a vending machine everyone had been posting about. Sadly, we were never able to find that vending machine again and we never found coffee coke anywhere else. We came across KFC which we never had time to eat at...

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