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We want to celebrate our 6th anniversary by giving you a chance to show your talant and win a orize at the same time. The rulese of the competition are simple:
– write a crime story – between 1800 and 3800 words.
– the story must be author’s (you own the rights)
– send us the hand script no later than 24th of May 2016
A jury will apprise the best 3 stories and we will publish the winners here in our website on 27th of May 2016.
The first prize will be a 24 karrat gold dipped rose
The second will be Red Glazed Rose Heart Pendant trimmed with 24K Gold
The 3rd place winner will have the chance to meet our team in personal for an interview that we will publish here.
Grab the pencils and start writing your crime story now!
We are waiting for them!
War can bring out the worst in people, but it can also bring out the best. During situations of high stress and the impending doom of the future, it is hard not to fall in love. It doesn’t matter what war is going on, the people fighting it need a reason and cause to continue doing what they do. For many, that reason is love. To know that someone is waiting for them, caring for them and wanting them to return boosts their morale to continue the good fight. For one, their love lets go, for the other it was happily ever after.
Earnest Hemingway and Agnes von Kurowsky
World War one was in full swing by the time Earnest Hemingway reported for duty. He was nineteen years old and ready to conquer all that was ahead of him. However, when he was wounded on the battlefield and taken to a hospital for treatment, his real pain began. He fell head over heels for his nurse Agnes von Kurowsky. The two exchanged love letters during several months. Agnes, however, was the one to call off the love affair breaking Earnest’s heart. As a tribute to their love and his affections for her, she became immortalized in his book “Farewell to Arms.” In 1996, the movie “Love and War” hit the silver screen bringing this tragic love affair out in the public’s eye. Agnes passed away in 1984 while Earnest Hemingway committed suicide in 1961.
It’s hard for people to not feel disillusioned about romance as they age. Their experience with breakups and disappointing dates can eventually wear down a person’s dynamic. But sometimes, certain soulmates arise who perform acts of such deep devotion towards one another, that it’s nearly impossible to deny the existence of love. War is hell … [Read more…]