I don’t think about these books the same way anymore!!

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There are some books that stay with you and there are some that you completely forget about. There are some that change you as a person and some that are pure entertainment. These are some of the books that I changed my opinion of.

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The Sorcerer’s Wife (100 Word Love Story)

The Lonely Author


This is a little throw back to my fiction roots.  A short story originally, written in 2016, I now converted it into 100 words.


The Sorcerer’s Wife 


Our writhing bodies glistened with perspiration when he stormed in.

Most betrayed husbands would savagely behead the passionate lovers. Not the evil Sorcerer, he denied me the most exquisite finale of all; death in her loving arms.

He tossed a mystic powder. A purple dust cloud transformed Isabella into a doe.

Next, the Sorcerer converted me into the most loathsome predator; the hyena.

Now, I watch her grazing in the ominous forest; moving with a familiar grace.

For years I coveted beautiful Isabella.

Oh, the bittersweet irony.

As foul spittle drips from my hungry fangs, I crave her even more.

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the books of Herve Ryssen


There are many books written about the Jews (and their many contributions or effects on history and society) by Jews and Jewish apologists that can be easily purchased through the large publishing houses, in the book stores and online.  But, what of thoroughly researched and annotated works of recent years that are critical of the Jews and their undeniable effects upon Western societies in the past few centuries?  Why are many of such written works banned from online retailers and cannot be found in the bookstores?

Herve Ryssen (born 1967) researched and wrote several lengthy books on Jews, their actions, and their effects on Western societies.  These books were written between 2005 and 2010.  (Although a few titles in his series of books do appear on Amazon for greatly inflated prices, very few book publishers are willing to print any of these in the US.)  Let’s briefly list the books…

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Western Australia 1904 Aboriginal Concentration Camp


Western Australia 1904
Aboriginal Concentration Camp

The photo of prisoners is from a book coming out in November this year. http://uwap.uwa.edu.au/products/every-mothers-son-is-guilty-policing-the-kimberley-frontier-of-western-australia-1882-1905

The photo, in front of Wyndham gaol, ironically, is designed to show that the treatment of Aboriginal prisoners in Western Australia was humane and orderly. It was issued following Dr Walter Roth’s ‘Royal Commission into the Treatment of the Natives.’ Roth said the criminal justice system operating in the Kimberley was a ‘brutal and outrageous state of affairs.’ Men were arrested by police on horseback, usually without warrants or evidence on various East Kimberley pastoral stations that had been established on the Aboriginal country mostly in the 1880s.

Most (including at times children as young as ten ) were charged with the ‘unlawful possession of beef’ for allegedly spearing the introduced cattle and received sentences of up to three years gaol often including a flogging. On police patrols over…

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The Filth: The Explosive Inside Story of Scotland Yard’s Top Undercover Cop


This was a very enjoyable and informative read about a boy who grows up wanting to be a Metropolitan cop with an eye towards becoming an elite detective with Scotland Yard. It follows along his journey, first showing how his father was a shining example for him, being a medic and green beret in the royal marines who helped guide his path. He applied and was accepted at age 16 for training to be a Met cop. His only disappointment was that he had to spend an extra year doing schoolwork to take that path. He wasn’t all that fond of schoolwork and really wanted to get on with real life stuff, but if that’s what he had to do, he guessed he’d have to put up with it. He did well and became the youngest new copper. He was assigned an experienced partner to show him the ropes for…

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Ghosts: Ghost Stories of the Alamo

Book 'Em, Jan O

Readers, a fellow blogger, GP Cox of Pacific Paratrooper blog fame mentioned the Alamo the other day and look what popped up!  Thanks GP for the pointer and all, enjoy these stories from the Alamo!  via http://texashillcountry.com/spooky-stories-haunted-alamo/


To learn more about real ghosts, please see About Ghosts: A Useful Handbook.  For some great ghost stories, please see Death Be Not Loud, Rest In Fleece, and Sepia Seepage.  To learn about ghosts in modern fiction, please see Infectious Ghosts. And so much more, at my amazon page:  https://www.amazon.com/default/e/B071FK9L75

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Ghosts: More Ghosts of Cape May

Book 'Em, Jan O

Readers, don’t miss these scary ghosts from historic Cape May, NJ!  Brought to you by http://www.capemay.com/Editorial/october06/favoritehaunts.html

To learn more about real ghosts, please see About Ghosts: A Useful Handbook.  For some great ghost stories, please see Death Be Not Loud, Rest In Fleece, and Sepia Seepage.  To learn about ghosts in modern fiction, please see Infectious Ghosts. And so much more, at my amazon page:  https://www.amazon.com/e/B071FK9L75

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