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July 09, 2016
A Review of LEADERSHIP CONVERSATIONS By Joan Whitman Hoff, Ph.D.
This book tells the story of my high school years but in a kind of disorganized way in the form of paragraphs recounting thoughts or anecdotes. These chapters are not finished, but a work in progress, one paragraph at a time. Feedback is appreciated! Thanks :)
This is an extension to This is how the world ends. It's a same universe, Same people, different time, kind of scenario. I hope this gives just enough insight into the previous story to peek interests, but still leave a tiny bit of mystery in the main character.
Deep in the heart of a bustling modern metropolis, there is one small café that acts as a haven for the supernatural and occult and is owned by a lady who has existed for centuries. An outcast from his own family, a mysterious young musician naively approaches the Cafe simply…
Poetry connected with my story. This poetry is written for my character Sception. Describing his dark powers by way of servants and those whom are closest to him and his evil reign.
Mars and Ares, once mighty gods of war, are now relegated to whithering away their remaining years sprawled on deckchairs drinking light beer, reminiscing of the worshippers they once had. Ares especially resents his impotence, and his dreams of reclaiming his old glory may lead to some unexpected happenings.
Michelle is having major friend troubles. For the past couple of months it seems all her friends do is fight, leaving her struggling for sanity in the middle of it. Then she recieves a text late one night from an unknown number that shines a whole new light on the…
oh and then I dreamt about being in Milan in this cafe or something and I saw his white cape so I followed. and he told me some shit about stars and how it's affecting me places, faces are a smitten haze... all I can say is, well, I must…