After surviving all three disasters, Violet Jessop would become known as “Miss Unsinkable.” From the moment Violet Jessop was born, it was clear that she was a survivor. Of her parents nine children, only six of them survived infancy, Violet … Continue reading This Woman Survived The Sinking Of The Titanic — And Its Two Sister Ships
Police had stopped the investigation of Nicole van den Hurk’s murder, so her stepbrother falsely confessed in order to get her body reexamined for DNA testing. After Nicole van den Hurk’s 1995 murder case went largely ignored for more than … Continue reading Nicole van den Hurk’s Murder Case Went Cold – So Her Stepbrother Falsely Confessed
Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski is an American theoretical physicist from Chicago who studies high energy physics. She describes herself as “a proud first-generation Cuban-American & Chicago Public Schools alumna. At 23, Sabrina Pasterski has a standing job offer from NASA. Her … Continue reading Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski is the next Einstein
CEO Dan Price not only delivered on his promise he made in 2015, but he went above and beyond. His original promise was that the minimum wage salary would be $70,000 today it’s at $103,000! Read on… Four years ago, … Continue reading This CEO Took A Pay Cut To Give Employees $70,000 A Year. Now He’s Battling Amazon.
We’ve heard a lot about the abuse and destruction that pathological narcissists are capable of, but what it is less-often discussed is how narcissists are created in the first place. This is something people ask all the time, so let’s … Continue reading How Narcissists Are Created
If you’re looking for the next big teen fantasy, we’ve rounded up the top books coming out this summer. There’s something for every Harry Potter fan — whether you’re a Gryffindor who reads for heroic characters, a Ravenclaw who wants lush, intricate … Continue reading 16 Books Coming Out This Summer for ‘Harry Potter’ Fans
I heard a delightful interview with NY Times bestselling author Paula Brackston on the Grammar Girl podcast, in which she talked about the writing process and the life of a writer. “I was one of those overnight successes that takes about ten years. … Continue reading 8 Things For Writers To Do While Waiting For ‘Overnight Success’