It is an inescapable fact that Language is always changing, evolving, and adapting to the needs of successive generations. It’s the way of evolution and as long as the needs of language users continue to change, so will the language.
In 2012 the Mayas calendar ends with a world changing viral disease that brings the dead back to life.
With the continued growing popularity of the short story, many good collections are released each year and yet sadly the majority go unnoticed by mainstream readers.
“Schrödinger’s cat” was an infamous and cruel thought experiment dreamt up in the last century to expose one of the mistaken ideas current in science at that time. Now the cat is out of the bag and, in revenge, he has written up his own ideas on the false trails that modern science has followed.
Most of us have heard stories of these unusual phenomena, as told by millions of people throughout history and across cultures. Or perhaps we have experienced them ourselves, and we are still grappling with their validity in a world of empirical science and psychiatry that deems anything unseen or spiritual as impossible, weird, or even disturbed.
How much more dystopian adventure can a teenager take?
He’s been forced into herculean tasks to secure the release of his kidnapped father, and even if he survives his labors, he knows they won’t release him anyway.
Before she died, Cole Nightshade’s grandmother taught him how to keep his demons from coming out of their hiding places and wreaking havoc.
Many people are eager to embrace Nostradamus and the Mayans while dismissing the Holy Bible’s prophecies but Dr. David Liangs new book we should all read.
The religious book market and faith-based poetry continues to see year on year growth, which certainly indicates a surge of public interest in what has historically been a minority genre.
Kate Connelly should be careful what she wishes for. When two mysterious guys show up at the diner where she works, she thinks her wish has come true, until they start giving her a hard time……….