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31 Days Of Dreadtober: The Evolution Of Fear

Day 12 Fear is a living entity in of itself. Its rooted in our genetic memory, a natural response designed to keep us alive and yet it is always changing. With the passage of time, what we fear morphs and changes shape to match our mental,

The Return

“I come back to you now, at the turn of the tides.” – Gandalf, The Two Towers Through fire and shadow, I fell into the abyss. The empty dark of despair assailed me from all sides, yet it found no purchase as it raked at

New Year, New Me

Its been an interesting past few months and trying to sort myself out has been taking more time than I am comfortable with admitting. However, change doesn’t have to be bad and its bound to force its way into your life eventually, whether you asked

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Change To Schedule(Coming Soon)

Ever since the New Year, I’ve had trouble keeping to my schedule. This happened a few times last year, when things in my personal life or whatever kind of cut into my time with the site. This time is a little different. Last year, I

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No More Podcast???

A couple of things have happened in my personal life while I was on break that have thrown a few monkey wrenches my way. Some of you might remember that I had to take an emergency trip down to St. Louis a few months ago.

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My Anniversary With WordPress

First of all, I’d like to apologize for my absence from the site. I’ve been having technical issues with my laptop that has been frustratingly disruptive to my work flow. I talked about it on Twitter some, but I’m sure not everyone that follows the

Thank You

At the risk of becoming a cliche this Thanksgiving, I hope this post finds you EGC Acolytes fat and happy with you and yours around a plump holiday turkey. I realize that not everyone celebrates Turkey Day and that I have an international readership(which is

Site Update: Nov. 14, 2017, Where Are The Posts???

Whats up, Acolytes? Some of you may not have seen my Twitter post, but my father and I were called out of town for a family emergency that involved a 16-hour drive to St. Louis and a weekend reconnecting with family until we had to