I’d read an earlier Electric Eclectic Novelette by Michael J. Elliott (“Final Harvest”), so when I saw he had a new release I couldn’t wait to read it. This author is fast becoming one of my favorite go-to reads. His writing is crisp, his imagination terrifying, and his sense of humor delightfully irreverent. “A Glutton for Punishment” is a darkly dystopian tale where obese people … Continue reading “A Glutton For Punishment: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Michael J Elliott
Earth Day, the brain child of Senator Gaylord Nelson, was first celebrated on April 22, 1970 in many large American cities. Up until that point the serious environmental issues faced worldwide were largely unknown by the general public. In 1990 Earth Day became a global event as the rest of the world took up the challenge to save the earth for the future. A rising … Continue reading Earth Day – Whose Job Is It Anyway?