If you like hummingbirds, readers, then you will enjoy this story. Click the link to see more! Hummingbird’s wings look like tiny rainbows because of this natural phenomenon By Nick 20 May, 2021 Like the cute tiny hummingbirds wasn’t incredible enough, already, this lucky photographer have accidentally captured on camera a thing that make them … Continue reading Living Prisms
At the very least, the study in this article hints that they are! Click the link to learn more, readers! Why Are Lightning ‘Superbolts’ More Common Over the Ocean? Salt seems to be the reason why bolts are brighter over seas than over land Nicola Jones, Hakai SMITHSONIANMAG.COM JANUARY 14, 2021 This article is from Hakai … Continue reading Salt and Lightning – A Bright Mixture!
….Then can we please apply this technology to a base on the moon? Pretty please? With sugar on top? Staging trips to Mars would be so much easier if we had a viable station on the moon. Relays work, people! Learn more about this amazing discovery through the link below, readers! And while you are … Continue reading If It Worked On Mars….
Click the link to learn more about this satellite graveyard, readers! Point Nemo: A Spacecraft Cemetery That’s Two Miles Under the Pacific Ocean Jan 6, 2021 Steve Palace Named after Jules Verne’s sea-going Captain and less catchily known as the Oceanic Point of Inaccessibility – is way out in the Pacific. 1,400 miles from a … Continue reading Splashdown!
Today is the big day, readers! Cirsova Magazine’s 2021 Summer Issue, which features my tale “Lupus One” as the cover story, is now LIVE and available for purchase in both ebook* and paperback* on Amazon! I have searched long and hard for a home for this story, and seeing it in print (and illustrated!) at … Continue reading Bulletin: Cirsova Magazine’s 2021 Summer Issue is LIVE!
Enjoy this thoughtful piece by R. J. Sheffler, readers: Factors to Consider Before Including Physical Manifestations of God in Fiction The divine is an elusive subject to capture, yet humans have been fascinated with it since the beginning of time, exploring it through poetry, stories, music, art, and various other mediums. Whether God shows up … Continue reading Reposted: 4 Factors to Consider Before Including Physical Manifestations of God in Fiction
For the record, the title is from a quote by John Dryden. Learn why it applies to this post by following the link, readers! 20-year-old filmmaker wins award for powerful 1-minute film about marriage Zoe Romanowsky - published on 01/02/20 Amazing what can be conveyed in just 60 seconds. You may not be able to understand their … Continue reading Love is Love’s Reward
The reference to Johnny Horton’s “Battle of New Orleans”* was irresistible, readers. Learn more about this pivotal point in history through the link below: Pirates, Nuns, And The Battle Of New Orleans By RENÉE PECK • JAN 4, 2018 A 1910 painting depicting the Battle of New Orleans. In celebration of the city’s Tricentennial, NolaVie and New Orleans … Continue reading “In 1814 We Took a Little Trip….”
Sometimes, writing is not fun. Life has gotten in the way, stress is eating at the author, or burn out has finally struck at the end of a long spell of creativity. Or, just as bad, a roadblock has suddenly appeared to stem the flow of the writer’s imagination; turning a project he loved into … Continue reading Writing for Fun
And it can really pay off! Check out the article linked below to see how much, readers: Photographer Captures the Ultra-Rare Black Panther Under the Stars MAR 02, 2021 MICHAEL ZHANG Wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas has released a set of photos showing an ultra-rare wild black panther under the starry night sky. The photos took him a … Continue reading “Patience is a Virtue….”