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March for our Lives–preview for Some Unique Magazine…


Good late, very late evening everyone!  I wanted to give a sneak peek into my future article for Some Unique Magazine for the next month edition.  Again, just in case you don’t know, I am the General Manager and writer for Some Unique Magazine and I really hope you guys visit our site for up to date writings, reporting on subjects that matter to everyone and anyone!


This article will be a recap of the March for our Lives that took place in Washington DC on March 24, 2018.  Until next time y’all…


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A Unique Book Signing

Some’n Unique Magazine proudly presents!!!! (Yes this is the online magazine I currently write for so check us out for informative and entertaining articles that is above the rest–oh we are currently looking for writers and editors so please shoot us an email if interested)


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The Book House ~ Maplewood, MO The Book House ~ Maplewood, MO

In April 2016, The Book House in Maplewood, MO hosted a book signing for S.U.M writers, Lakesha Mathis and Jason Nugent.  Lakesha and Jason are also self-published authors who recently released their debut books; “If Pluto Isn’t A Planet,” by Lakesha, and “(Almost) Average” by Jason.

By Jason Nugent - SUM Writer By Jason Nugent – SUM Writer

Jason specializes in the Horror and Sci-Fi genres, and primarily writes Flash Fiction.  (Almost) Average is a collection of his short-stories that will keep you flipping pages and anxiously awaiting the next story!

If Pluto Isn't A Planet If Pluto Isn’t A Planet

Lakesha’s specialty is Self-Motivation and Inspiration.  If Pluto Isn’t A Planet is a personal, painful, transforming memoir of an ordinarily private experience she endured and overcame.  She chose to share this experience to encourage and inspire others who may be within the midst of a similar plight.

Some’n Unique Magazine was fortunate to have…

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Searching for the right words..

Any of every time filled with such hatred?

Could you remember anywhere, anytime no voice of ill-reason was heard, or judgmental thoughts preserve in old structures of family? Backyard cookouts followed by the charismatic aunt and uncle who had way too much to celebrate from the bottom of a bottle. It open thoughts, sometimes conversations that should had never been brought up such as..

“ James truly his son?”

“STDs’ is your middle name?”

Ok, I am sort of going too far and biting the steak instead of the burger.
It would seem like people expect things to be a certain way such as— “I have never seen it so it could not be true.” Statements so reckless as the anti-superordinate that can honestly say they would know all situations from their limited surroundings. That would equal a limited mind which has nothing to do with intelligence.

Unless having such factors makes you conclude imposed limitations as fact of conversation.

I really believe a nation of people must open such eyes that would normally be focus towards mainstream news. It is really hard to get full stories from 1 minute sound bites, or 5 minute interviews. One thing for certain the lack of empathy is staggering to which more would be given to a murderer’s kin than the victims who lost their family from his purposeful acts of terror. I see it as only one could see it from a rational conclusion— “privilege of the so-call elite.” Because having a nice house with mortgage payments and limited stocks with an average middle class bank accounts doesn’t make you a Bill Gates ya’ dig?

That privilege won’t save you from the elite who would stomp on your face “O’Brian style” to cement their brand of future. The social classes dividing into the haves and the never wills with laws and attitudes making it a standard and not an abnormally. Now that is a quandary.

To be honest I have no answer for something so big—just too much for one person to think of let alone provide action for change.

I will start here, in my community–working with the ones who need it the most. Mentoring, tutoring, alms for the poor, awareness of your local government, knowledge base discussions

/field trips, or just be a so-call nuisance to the authority on unjust decisions.

Just be a citizen of change.