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In 1899, as a young English woman of 20, Charlotte Carter finds herself in love with a soldier who is sent over to fight in the second Boer War. Desperate not to lose him she secures a job as a nurse in one of the camps. She has been sheltered… Read More
I was lucky enough to capture myself in a nightmare. Read More

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July 20, 2011

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Stella Joshlen was not a hero. She did what was right. She saved a boys life from death, and risked her own. She has a chance of surviving in the camps, that little boy didnt. She has a chance of surviving, but she could die. Stella must fight for life,… Read More
This article is written in remembrance of those who died and those who survived the concentration camps through WWII. I will not forget. Read More
REMEMBER TO BECOME A FAN! Foraka and his regiment of Sithis Guardians have orders from the Emperor to defend the land from The Banca Rebels. Armed with powerful rifles, serrated spears and savage weapons both sides must wage a woeful war to decide the destiny and fate of Sithis. Read More
Back in November I was awakened about 3:00 am in the early morning hours and this song came to me. I had been researching the New World Order and started to find out things close to home and received this inspiration to write a song called Covington, GA. Read More
Another dark WW II poem that grew from the same class assignment as "Holocaust". Read More
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