/* A dreamer / writer with one hell of an imagination... The mystery, horror, thriller, genre is ubiquitous and awe inspiring as it cultivates the hairs on the arm and back of neck. The shock and thrill of being taken aback, into the unknown, yet known... Will you be aware, afraid, intimidated, inspired? I think that you will... Someone in a school class room asked, “Why do we have to have African Studies or a Black History Month? Why can’t we have an Asian, Italian, French, Jewish, Irish, Russian, Armenian, German, or Chinese history month?” The answer that was given is… “Africans were enslaved and brought here to America in Chains! They’ve had their culture, Language, and lives ripped from them when they were snatched from their homes – they are the only group of people who were forced to come here…they did not come voluntarily to America. It was built on Free Slave Labor!” "Across The Way" http://boulwareenterprises.wordpress.com/2014/02/25/across-the-way/ ~ “SHAMAN” https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/1545662-shaman-fairmount ~ "Arc of the Prophet" http://arcoftheprophet.blogspot.com/ http://boulwareenterprises.wordpress.com/2014/01/08/arc-of-the-prophet/ ~ “Seeker of Wisdom, Truth, and Justice: BEREAN” http://seekerofwisdomtruthandjusticeberean.blogspot.com/ "Howl of An Angel" (pt. 2, "The Lock of Satanus") Coming soon... http://howlofanangel.blogspot.com/ */
~"Fairmount": 'Terror In The Park'~
"Anthology Of An Essayist" - Volume One: TechnoManagerial: "A Student's Guide Into the World Of Technology"
"Anthology of An Essayist" - Volume II: Total Comprehensive Compositions
~"Hallow": "A Sojourn Into Now and Then'~
"The Spirit of The Soul and The Death of Morals": Whence comest thou?
HALLOW II - A Portentous Epoch of Sagacious Redolence and Epiphany: A Significant Era of Perceptive Aroma and Vision
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