Drink Beetroot Juice

The blood red beetroot juice might not be your favorite beverage, but recent studies have found loads of vegetable beneficial properties hidden in this juice. Lowers blood pressure. Beetroot juice contains nitrate, a chemical that can rapidly bring down your blood pressure level. Low blood pressure is essential for preventing strokes and heart diseases. The research conducted by researchers at William Harvey Research Institute at Queen Mary University in London and published in the American Heart Association’s journal Hypertension found that 250ml or a glass of beetroot juice could cause significant drop in the blood pressure level. A glass of beetroot juice had the same effect on the blood pressure level as a nitrate tablet prescribed for treating high blood pressure. The natural nitrate present in beetroot juice produces nitric oxide during digestion. When nitric oxide is absorbed in the bloodstream, it widens the blood vessels... 
Reducing the blood pressure level, while a glass of beetroot juice a day could lower your blood pressure level naturally, excess beetroot juice intake could make you urine purple. Boosts stamina. Beetroot juice could be taken to boost stamina. Researchers at the University of Exeter and Peninsula Medical School found and posted on www.weightshapes.com that beetroot juice is capable of improving physical endurance. Researchers found that volunteers who drank 500ml beetroot juice daily showed significant improvement in endurance after a week. The nitrate in beetroot juice is thought to be responsible for this favorable effect. By increasing the nitrate content in the blood, beetroot juice reduces the rate at which the muscles consume the main energy source, enabling a person to exercise longer. It even lowers the oxygen requirement of the muscles, improving muscular efficiency. Therefore, if you are feeling exhausted like me, a glass of beetroot juice could energize you.

A World Most Broken

I've been writing a lot of short stories lately. At least little bits of one here and one there. And I decided to put out what one of my favorite short stories of my own has been on it's own as part of Kdp select. I'll be running a special promo on it soon and I'll let you all know when you can pick it up for free. For anyone who picked up Dark, a horror anthology, it was my story from there, a world most broken. It's a world I've been wanting to revisit and I think this will be the year to do so since as some of you may know I've set myself a goal of writing a new short story every month with the intention of releasing it via amazon's Kdp select program. The chance to be downloaded hundreds of times per day is fascinating to me. Even if it yields more shitty reviews than positive reviews. It's lighting a fire under my ass and making me excited to write and create new stories which is all I've ever really wanted to do. I made a quick cover for it, nothing great, but I think it's suitable and serves it's purpose.

The Dead & The Dying

My second novel, Stay dead, The dead & The dying is done and available. I tried to write the best story I could. I gave it my all and I'm really freaking happy with how it turned out. Writing this book was really a challenge, not because finding the time to write was hard, or anything like that, but because I let the negative reviews of my first novel, Stay deadget to me. I tried to block them out, tried not to pay attention to them, but they were always there. Regardless of my insecurities I pushed on and got it done. I'll admit, I released Stay Dead before I should have. Not that, in my opinion the story isn't good, but because there were a lot of errors and mistakes and lots of little shit that could've been cleaned up before it's release. I was too eager to put it out and in the end the book and I suffered for it. Well, I like to learn from my mistakes. I hired an editor to go over Stay Dead and make sure there was nothing too glaring editorially. I made a few small changes, fixed some formatting issues, fixed a few more spelling errors and brought the same editor, Adam Staffaroni in for book two. My wife and I labored over catching my spelling errors of which there were many. My first readers were awesome and insightful as always. I held off. Reading it again, making sure it was just right and just where I wanted it to be. 

Now it's ready and now I don't care what the reviews will say well, I probably will care a little, but I'm trying to ignore them all and just keep moving forward to books three and four where I think I will truly bring something new and original into the zombie genre. This book is free because I want to reach new readers. The book doesn't sell too well since the bad reviews, even after I've cleaned up my errors and the misspelled words have been corrected, most of them anyway, but it's just not selling. The damage is done. So why not free? I hope more people will check it out and then check out The dead & The dying and all the hell that will follow in the coming installments. Once amazon finds out it's free there, they will probably match it. Read it, and keep in mind that it's a series. Book three is in progress and I will warn you right now, we take a closer look at our characters in the Mount weather special facility. So all the other characters will not reappear until book four. I'm in the process of outlining both of those books now and what I have planned out is something I think is truly different.