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Author Archives: Celina Summers

Celina Summers is a speculative fiction author who mashes all kinds of genres into one giant fantasy amalgamation. Her first fantasy series, The Asphodel Cycle, was honored with multiple awards--including top ten finishes for all four books in the P&E Readers' Poll, multiple review site awards, as well as a prestigious Golden Rose nomination. Celina also writes contemporary literary fantasy under the pseudonym CA Chevault. Celina has worked as an editor for over a decade, including managing editor at two publishing houses. Celina blogs about publishing, sports, and politics regularly. A well-known caller on the Paul Finebaum Show and passionate football fan, when Celina takes times off it's usually on Saturdays in the fall. You can read her personal blog at www.kaantira.blogspot.com and her website is at www.cachevault.org

NCAA Fact or Fanatic: The Curse Edition

LilB

In a competitive situation where the psychological aspect of the game is as important as the physical, it's easy for people to fall back on superstition to explain what to them is inexplicable. On the other hand, if we were in your shoes, we absolutely would not say anything negative about Lil B. Read More »

Time to Abolish Political Parties – Before It’s Too Late

hillary clinton donald trump two-party system

The Founding Fathers were oddly prescient at times. If you think about the system that led Donald Trump to the threshold of the most powerful position in the world, and the corruption that has elevated Hillary Clinton to her party's nomination, you have to wonder if they weren't psychic. Because if we don't do something to resolve this national horror, America will lose everything – including itself. Read More »

An Open Letter to President Obama: It’s Time to Lead

U.S. President Barack Obama

Mr. President— You may never read this. I’d be willing to bet that you’ll never see any of this letter, isolated as you are in the gilded cage that is the Oval Office. But perhaps, just perhaps, you might, and on the off-chance you do I cannot be more blunt that this: The time has come for you to lead ... Read More »