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The Official Page of Justin Bienvenue

The Plasmatic Writer

Author . Poet . Horrorpreneur  

                                                                               Blog

Blog

Welcome to my blog. You can also find it on Medium, Goodreads and Amazon. https://medium.com/@JustinBienvenue

You will find posts on several topics:

  • Horror
  • Paranormal
  • The Wild West
  • Poetry
  • UFOs & Aliens
  • Posts on Writing
  • Book Related

Red-Horror/Paranormal/The Wild West

Blue-Poetry/Posts on Writing

Green-UFOs & Aliens

Gold-Book Related

*All other posts will be in black bold 

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My Progress and Journey Back to Blogging

Posted on May 17, 2022 at 7:50 PM

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged and there’s two good reasons for that. I stopped blogging around 2019 because it became more of a chore and less of enjoyment for me. I found myself writing because I felt I needed to, not because I wanted to. After the joy of blogging left me, I decided to leave it behind. However, Covid happened the following year and during this I was without a computer for a whole year. The ironic thing was I said when I...

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Echoes of a Rifle: The Winchester Mystery House

Posted on April 26, 2021 at 4:00 PM

When it comes to being haunted there are no places perhaps more haunted than the Winchester Mystery House. Located in San Jose, California, the giant Victorian mansion once was home to Sarah Winchester, widow of the maker of the Winchester rifle. Aside from now being a historical landmark, the place is known for its size, strange architecture, and strong paranormal activity. The most perplexing feature about the place is its known construction that went on every...

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A Look Into Victorian Spiritualism

Posted on April 26, 2021 at 3:55 PM

It’s not just playing with a Ouija board and tapping on the wall three times. Spiritualism is the belief the dead can communicate with the living. It has been a wide belief and practice throughout America and Europe since the 1800s. A few well-respected people began the practice with their own early methods. Many Victorians during the 1800s began abandoning their religions in favor of spiritualism despite the vague connection between the two. Victorians we...

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Poetry 101: The Basics

Posted on April 19, 2021 at 5:15 PM

Poetry is not basic and if you think it is then chances are it's just not your thing or you haven't really given it a shot. However, I'm not talking about poetry being or feeling basic I'm talking about the basics of it, the fundamentals if you will. How do you write a poem and what makes a good poem? Well, I'm not an English teacher nor am I a 100-year-old poet but what I am is an experienced writer and poet who knows the basics of how to construct a poem. I also know what goe...

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Poetry 101: What to Write About

Posted on April 19, 2021 at 4:40 PM

Poetry is an art. Poetry is a way of expression. Poetry is a way of life. Poetry is many things but while some people find no problem in writing it some have trouble coming up with what to write about. This may not make sense to some because they believe that poetry comes from within you and you write from the heart which is true but not all poetry comes from the heart or brain. Poetry and inspiration for it can come from literally anywhere. If your writing about emotion then w...

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The Wax Factory Workshop: A First Look Into The Wax Menagerie

Posted on February 14, 2020 at 7:15 PM

You’re writing another book about Wax?


 

Yes. I had mentioned in the first workshop that The Wax Factory will be my first true book series. The Wax Menagerie is the second book in the series and not only continues from where the first leaves off but will have a lot more action and supernatural elements. Given the events of what took place in the first book(you have read The Wax Factory right?) this ...

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The Wax Factory Workshop: An Introduction to Wax

Posted on February 10, 2020 at 12:00 AM

What is The Wax Factory?


The Wax Factory is more than just my sixth published novel it's my first true book series and an idea that came to me spontaneously out of nowhere. One day I was in the car in the back seat and looked out the window to see a factory that I had seen countless times. I had always wanted to use the name of the factory, The Foundry for something but it just never came to be. My brain work...

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The Wax Factory Workshop

Posted on February 3, 2020 at 11:45 PM

A series of 5 workshops I will be hosting on my website as well as Youtube, Twitter and Instagram. The workshop will be on my book The Wax Factory, my upcoming novel The Wax Menagerie and I will even talk about wax and how it's used in real life and in the books. The workshops will take place between Feb 10th and 14th. 

 

-An Introduction to Wax(Website)

A brief rundow...

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The Haunted History of Demonic Possession

Posted on January 24, 2020 at 6:50 PM

When we think of possession we naturally tend to think of the horror movie The Exorcist. A movie about a young girl who becomes possessed by a demonic spirit and the church is brought in to perform an exorcism on her to get rid of the malevolent being. This while dramatically fictitious is an example of demonic possession. Demonic possession is defined as the belief that a person's actions are controlled by an alien spirit, demon, or entity. It also happens to b...

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Novels That Are Set Solely In One Place

Posted on October 24, 2019 at 5:45 PM

People will tell you that the setting of a book is one of the most important details to have and they would be right. Authors want to make sure the setting is just right, the perfect place to tell their story. Readers want to experience a setting that is so vivid and extraordinary it's as though they are there themselves. However, one thing we don't really think much about are books that are set in one place and one place only. I'm not talking about one city, state, country, or...

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