The Dark Globe is now on Facebook! Check us out!
I can finally introduce to you all, The Dark Globe Facebook page! Freshly created, DarkJade and I finally decided to create a Facebook page to promote all of our written work, news & updates. It’s a great chance for us to spread into the social world. So go ahead, spread the word and like us:
The Dark Globe is conquering Facebook.
A little something I wrote for our newspaper.
What’s this darkness I feel inside?
It tries its damnedest to overwhelm me
I feel my bruised resolve slipping
Like ketchup sliding out of a bottle
Reluctantly first, then easily gave way.
What’s this cloud I just can barely see above my head?
My trembling fingers moved to my eyes as if I could wish it away
Its foreboding presence stifles me as I lay there
Curled up pathetically on the cold barren ground
Like the frightened child I am.
About to succumb to this madness,
I remove my hand willing myself to face my doom, that’s when I saw it –
Barely a flicker of the elusive light
Floating before my vision, with no care in what’s left of the world
It reminded of this thing called …
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The e-mail notification overload is over! Now I don’t have to go and change my preferences every time I comment on someone’s post. Thanks WordPress, the automatic following thingy wasn’t a bright idea after all.
DEFAULT COMMENT SETTINGS CHANGED.
WordPress has changed yet again the settings at comments only this time they have returned it back to the way it was.
This is the link to the post in WordPress at the start of this saga.
This is a great move because the WordPress community has more or less stopped commenting. Most blogs have removed the button or the people on left it ticked on selective post / blogs.
So now we can all put the button back and comment and get comments the way we did. People have reported that comments have dropped of by over 50%, and i would agree.
If you would like to re-blog this post just to let your followers know that this has happened.
Chaos is a Child
by An Evil Nymph
I was blind.
At least, that’s what they all thought.
When I was born, the horrified cry of my mother greeted me before I could even taste human air. My father was yelling at the nurses.
“Get it out! At once!”
I never saw them again.
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