Announcement: The Club of Shadows


Dear readers,

We would like to inform you that we will be opening a new sub-section in this blog called "The Club of Shadows". This section will feature articles about Security, Situational Awareness and other related subjects.
If after the launch you happen to miss any article, look at our Pages Bar where you will find the sub-section and be able to catch up.
The first article will be authored by our new collaborator, Stephen Cheney - who authored the poem 'What, AM I?' included in Texts: The Way of the Warrior.

Stay tuned and welcome to the Shadows!

Comments

  1. Looking forward to it! And welcome, Stephen!!! Love your poems!

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    1. Hi Ana :D!

      A fan already... :)
      Thanks for the comment.

      Cheers

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    1. Hey Rummy :D!

      I too...
      Thanks for your comment :D.

      Cheers

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  3. Max, you are reminding me of our long lost friend, Living Sword, who had a similarly named blog.

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    1. Hi Looney :D!

      LS...he disappeared from the face of the earth - what a shame. I miss him, you know?
      He had a blog called Shadows? I don't remember that...He was such an amazing character lol...
      Thanks for the trip down the memory lane and for the comment :D.

      Cheers

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  4. Nice project. Just read the first article and I liked it very much, congratulations! Wishing all of you success!

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  5. New endeavour? I like the way it sounds so I'm looking forward to it. All the best, guys!

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  6. Cool name and welcome, Stephen Cheney!
    Looking forward to reading what you guys will bring next.

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