Image is from Pixabay Twelve everyday people From the community you live in People you might have met Or even knew Will be asked to judge If you are innocent Or guilty Of a crime You may or might not Have committed Alex
Top Five Wednesday/ Biographies
Top Five Wednesday, which right now is taken over by the author Laura A Grace. Top Five Wednesday is a weekly book prompt that might help you pick your next read. March 22nd: BiographiesWe’ve featured nonfiction titles before, but let’s specifically feature biographies for today’s prompt! Are there biographies you’ve read that you would recommend? … Continue reading Top Five Wednesday/ Biographies
True Crime Shows To Watch!
Image is from Pixabay Seeing my reading stats at 77 books, and we are already in March might look like a lot, but since I’m used to reading around 600 plus books a year. Due to the fact that we still have limited internet access and no TV. Growing up, we didn’t have internet, and … Continue reading True Crime Shows To Watch!
Is It Tradition Or A Crime?
Image is from Pixabay Is it tradition Or a crime Hunters go back To the first of the human kind And a fact In our history Depending on the country And its practices and values Which to outsiders Might look like A crime against its nature Alex
Bodies in the Water Inspector George Zammit by A.J. Aberford
I’m five minutes into this thriller and already have something to say, so postponing the post I had in mind and will write a review instead. A few months ago, a book blogger I follow posted a review of Bodies in the Water Inspector George Zammit by A.J. Aberford, which, to my surprise, it is … Continue reading Bodies in the Water Inspector George Zammit by A.J. Aberford
Non Fiction Recommendtions
Image is from Pexels I get that this post looks a bit out of the blue, and the reality is that it is. I miscalculated and didn’t prepare a post for tomorrow, but then I remembered that we are heading into November. Some in the book community take the time to read some nonfiction books, … Continue reading Non Fiction Recommendtions
Review Of The Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet
https://youtu.be/Z_l702HNPAA So yes, I was planning to make a list of true crime series I liked on Netflix, but when I went into my account, I ended up finishing the Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet series. They are 60 minutes per episode. So, a chunk of my day into watching this … Continue reading Review Of The Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet
Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror/ Our Father
Image from Google Yesterday, I saw two documentaries, and both left me with many thoughts that I feel the need to write about. The two had one thing in common, crimes against women. For some time, I had a hard time with the topic of feminism. Transmen get heavily judged when fighting for women’s rights, … Continue reading Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror/ Our Father
A Crime To Solve
Image is from Pixabay The desire to solve The mystery of crime That, someone, did In the name of justice For the victims Who has been wronged With the aim To restore some Of the peace Back into their lives Alex
My Thoughts On House Of Secrets
https://youtu.be/xN5J-Ld3G1s My current life has been pretty busy with work and my giant TBR. I have been trying to blog anytime I can. Although, a few days ago, I was a bit out of it, and I just couldn’t with reading or writing. So, I got on Netflix on the hunt for something to watch. … Continue reading My Thoughts On House Of Secrets
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