Long story short: I have officially discovered the love of my life: fasting.
To sum up: I lost 3 kilograms over the course of…two weeks I think. But recently, my binge monster has kind of..t.aken over me, but I have promised myself I’m going back on track, so I’ll continue fasting to the day after tomorrow.
To anyone out there, if you want to lose weight, don’t ‘try diets. That’s so much harder. Try fasting.
A fantastic video for you to understand fasting:
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Author: Roxanne San Jose
Genre: Science Fiction, Time Travel
Publication date: April 15th 2019
Angelie Thompson invented a time machine in 2015 and her boyfriend, John Salvador, was accidentally transported back to 1970. Left with no other option, Angelie journeys through time, searching for John. Along the way, she encounters several adventures, meeting new people on her desperate search for her lover.
Meanwhile, stranded in 1970 and with no hope of ever returning back to his own time, John begins a new life, working as a receptionist in Lesti Hotel where he finds a new love, Elisha.
Conflict arises among the characters due to their complicated relationships and when disaster strikes, it’s up to Angelie to save the world with her time machine invention.
The tale of ‘Time Travel’ highlights love, determination and friendship.
I am born in the Philippines but I resides now in Las Vegas, Nevada. I self-published my first book, Annagram, in 2015 about three countries fighting for an island.
Colossal: Issue #1 (The Colossal Series)
Author: Lennox McCaskill
Meridian isn’t a typical town, and this is no typical murder. When Detective Wreings pulls up to a fiery crime scene he’s left wondering whether he’s chasing a man or something more. With a thin list of suspects, the detective’s search leads him to the hospital bed of a man with no name who can’t say for certain whether he is or isn’t the killer everyone is looking for. While trying to prove his innocence, he discovers the key to remembering his past puts him in the path of a girl trying desperately to forget hers. Each passing chapter reveals another piece of the puzzle that will change all their lives and the city of Meridian forever.
I’m an American author and Georgia native with a passion for various forms of storytelling. Growing up, I had a very active imagination that was pretty hard to contain. Whether pretending to be a superhero or an actor, I loved the idea of living in a fantasy world of my own making.
But the worlds weren’t just for me, I also created a number of characters, some of which made it into my writings as an adult. I’d give them backgrounds, motivations, and even drew out their stories as comics. Flash forward to today, and those stories aren’t limited to a strip.
My first published work, “Colossal”, is a culmination of my interests and inspirations, including my love of TV detectives, science fiction, and of course, super powers. At the same time, the pages of “The Colossal Series” have also housed many of my childhood fears and dreams – some of which have been personified by certain characters.
When I’m not writing, I’m busy being a dad to a very smart and imaginative toddler, a husband to a much smarter wife, and an avid sports fan (my favorite teams are Arsenal and Atlanta United).
I do love people as much as I love stories so I’d always love to talk and hear from you. Happy reading!