Who's to tell which is which?
Welcome to the best of today's thought-provoking thrilling stories as laid down by master storyteller, Frank.
- Saving Sarah
World renowned psychiatrist currently sitting on death row, recounts his version of the story.
- Deal With The Devil
When you accidentally summon the Devil and you only have one hour to come up with a plan. Would you keep your soul?
- The Decision
Everyday life decisions can sometimes lead us into uncharted territory and make us change our view of things. How far would you be willing to go?
The creator of all life as we know it. How did it start? Why did it start? and who's trying to take credit for it all?
EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM!
The multiday extravaganza features street parties, drag contests, dancing, drinking, and bead tosses, culminating with a boisterous parade through the French Quarter. With over 200,000 participants—predominantly LGBT+—these unbridled, pre–Labor Day festivities now generate millions of dollars in revenue.
Howard Philips Smith and Frank Perez’s Southern Decadence in New Orleans brings together an astounding array of materials to provide the first comprehensive, historical look at Southern Decadence. In an engaging account spanning five decades, the authors combine a trove of rare memorabilia from the event’s founders, early photographs and film stills, newspaper and magazine articles, interviews with longtime participants, a list of all the parades and grand marshals, as well as reproductions of early Southern Decadence invitations. Throughout, the authors explore the pivotal moments and public perceptions related to the festival—including the myths and conjecture that often inaccurately characterized it—and provide an in-depth narrative detailing how a small party in the Faubourg Tremé grew into a worldwide destination predominantly for gay men.
Lauded by city leaders as the second-most profitable festival in New Orleans (outshone only by Mardi Gras), Southern Decadence emanates an air of frivolity that masks its enormous impact on the culture and economy of the Crescent City. But with such growth comes the challenge of maintaining the original spirit of camaraderie while managing expanding administrative and logistical responsibilities. Southern Decadence in New Orleans serves as a historical record that helps ensure the future of the celebration remains forever linked to the joyous impulse of its humble beginnings.
Social intelligence can be used for all sorts relationships. Are you trying to sell something? Social intelligence is the key! Are you trying to close a business deal? Social intelligence will help you! Are you interested in that lad or lady that sits in the window of the coffee shop every morning? Social intelligence might score you a date! Nervous about an interview? Social intelligence could land you the job!
Social intelligence helps you navigate through everyday situations. It uses empathy, social awareness, and cognition to teach you how to react and what to do in social situations.
If your interest about social intelligence has been piqued, I encourage you to read this book, Social Intelligence: 12 Ultimate Ways to Raise Your Social Intelligence.
This book covers how to:
- Listen actively and respond to make the other person feel welcomed and at ease
- Use your body language
- Watch your tone, words, and empathy levels
If you are interested in building upon your social intelligence, I recommend reading Social Intelligence: 12 Ultimate Ways to Raise Your Social Intelligence!