Another week, another eclectic mix of picks and perspectives. Enjoy!
by Ken Melendez
Thinking about writing a book? Ken Melendez has some experience in this area. Ken’s thorough post takes us from conception to publication and offers plenty of advice to guide the first time writer.
Do you love scary movies and the horror genre as much as we do? The Face She Saw is a thrilling and twisted tale of a young woman fleeing for her life as a disturbing two-faced creature pursues her.
by Orlando Buck
Some stories leave a lasting impression on us. This is one of those stories. It begins with one of the worst experiences a parent can imagine and morphs into a beautiful tale of recovery, kindness, and ultimately, triumph.
by Lauren Lewis
Lauren Lewis’s history articles are always good for educational entertainment. In this piece, she discusses Baltimore City and its storied history of rioting.
by David Keener
David Keener’s comic is just what the crypto enthusiast needs for a quick laugh. His artistic style is also impressive.
by Seth Stanley
Before we begin the chaos of the holiday season - last minute shopping, fighting for the last ham at the grocery store, and endless lines to meet Santa Claus - let’s treat ourselves to some movies that have nothing to do with the holidays. Check out Seth’s pre-Christmas recommendations of upcoming movie releases.
Next up in Ramon Ramentol’s charming The Blab series: An interview with Nordic Ann (aka the queen of everything). Grab your coffee and enjoy.
by Billie Paige
Billie Paige is always digging up fascinating gems in her historical photo posts. This series of unique and dramatic images from Madison, Wisconsin in the 1960s paints the picture of a divisive and controversial time.
Rochelle’s story is an inspiring tale of survival and perseverance. We’re rooting for her recovery!
by Derek Groen
Derek Groen provides perspective on “the whole Brexit soap opera,” while explaining and simplifying the election with his Referendum2Election translator.
by Sandra Scala
Sandra Scala post is poignant as ever as she discusses the pressures of adulthood and appreciating the little blessings in life.
Coil Staff Picks highlight some of the team’s favorite posts from the previous week. The staff’s selection guidelines are meant to be inclusive of all genres and content and limited to original, high quality creations. All selections have been published or linked on Coil and are listed in random order.