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by Bree A. Hood
The information discussed in the Monkey Wrench Papers is not advice. It is knowledge that can help anybody overcome fear and realize their capacity to follow in the footsteps of America’s Founders. That’s right! The American Revolution was the first and last case of mass civil suicide in America. Their suicide note...The Declaration of Independence!
First time literary fiction novelist, poet, photographer, and truth seeker. My creative pursuits are balanced with my passion for history, law, and social justice.
I am determined to change the world, though I did not intend to become a writer, my mission is to share information and solutions with others any way that I can. As such, I anticipate additional novels, articles, blogs, and podcasts will follow in my wake.
I do not have a college degree, a ton of resources, or any real world accolades, but these things mean little to me... I have idea’s… lots and lots of ideas, and I intend to share them.
A collection of essays by the author about films which were important to pop culture and the genre. Each essay includes a complete plot synopsis, additional analyses and notes, anecdotal information and data, where possible; since some films have been lost. Each has been selected for addition to this volume based on the author’s experience… [Read More]
In contemporary history, unregulated and unfair capitalism has worked to undercut a majority of Americans, denying them in many cases the opportunity to fully pursue their happiness. Those at the top of a “representative” government and the ultra wealthy in society enrich themselves on the labors of a middle-class. To the Front of the Bus:… [Read More]
by Melina Druga
Crime is rampant. People live in fear. Government officials and the media offer solutions. Sounds like life in the 21st century. But it isn’t. It’s the 1910s: a decade filled with a myriad of crimes, including missing-person cases, robbery, arson and – of course – murder. Heinous: Forgotten Murders From the 1910s examines… [Read More]
A collection of essays by the author about films which were important to pop culture and the genre. The chronology includes all science fiction films from 1940 to 1949. Each essay includes a complete plot synopsis, additional analyses and notes, anecdotal information and data, where possible; since some films have been lost. Each has been… [Read More]