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text 2018-12-21 15:05
4 Best Kodi Addons for Streaming Movies and TV Shows

There are such a large numbers of Kodi Addons some are official and some are unofficial kodi addons for your Kodi Box. Neptune Rising, Exodus, Covenant and genesis reborn Kodi are the most popular and amazing addons for Kodi for streaming movies and tv shows.

Below are the details for the best addons for Kodi streaming, they are listed below:


Neptune Rising Addon for Kodi

Neptune Rising Kodi addon was the most famous kodi addon on December 2018. It is one of the amazing addon for your kodi box. You can watch movies and tv shows through this add-on. You can get the latest movies as well as old movies through Neptune Rising.

Neptune rising was recently shut down because of the magicality repository has been shut down. Now you can get this addon with the new kodi repository i.e. free world repo through this url http://legionworldtv.com/zips/. Neptune Rising is the ideal fork for Exodus and Covenant also.


Exodus Addon for Kodi

Exodus Kodi has updated the new version of Exodus i.e EXODUS KODI 6.0. The most recent version of exodus kodi addon can be found in Zadar Build Repository. The developers found the gap for Exodus addon 6.0 to watch the most recent movies and tv shows without any buffering issues. Indeed, even Exodus Kodi is the most trending kodi addon according to google trends for November 2018.


Covenant Addon for Kodi

Covenant Kodi is the pure replacement of Exodus add-on. It was published after Exodus addon having issues. The developer of Exodus and covenant are same. Covenant kodi is the perfect kodi addon for watching movies and tv shows everywhere throughout the world. Streamer which stream on Kodi for watching movies and tv shows, covenant is the perfect solution for them. Contract Kodi add-on can be found as of late in Lazy Kodi Repo.


Genesis Reborn Addon for Kodi

Genesis Reborn Kodi was previously known as Genesis Kodi. It is one of the most amazing addons for Kodi to watch movies and tv shows. It was working completely fine for all the kodi streamers however it isn't working any more since it was found in the Jesus Box repository previously and recently Jesus box repo has been shut down. Soon, we will updated the new repo of this amazing addon.


The Wrap Up!

We covered the 4 best addons for kodi to watch movies, tv shows, sports, live actions even you can watch latest as well as old movies as well through the above mentioned kodi addons. The best list of watching old and also new films and television programs on Kodi.

For installing those addons through different repositories, or if you have any query regarding which addon is available in which repository feel free to comment below in comment section.

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text 2018-12-11 07:25
Acquire Bridge Loans from an Acclaimed Provider to Fix and Flip

The real estate industry is often regarded as the best industry that you could invest in. There are many people who are benefitted by this industry in several ways all across the world. Apart from the builders and real estate agents, there is whole different section of people whose livelihood wholly and hugely depends upon the houses and other such properties, and they are house flippers. The main goal of a house flipper is to buy a property which is in a poor condition but is at a prominent location so that they can fix and flip it, that includes repairing, redecoration and renovation to sell it at even higher prices. The margin between the price that they had bought the house at including the cost that it took to repair it and the price at which it is sold later, defines the profit that a flipper earn.
In some cases, the house flippers invest their own money to flip a property, but in the most other cases, the flippers require a loan to proceed with what they had planned. It might seem like an easy process at first, but house flipping has its own share of complications. For instance – it is not necessary that they get a property at their desired location or price so that they can flip it, or it might also happen that they get a property but do not have enough funds to do all the necessary work to resell the house. In such cases, what can save a house flipper are bridge loans. These loans are provided to a flipper for duration of 12-18 months in which they have to settle all their flipping works. These loans are offered at a certain interest rates and can be provided by either banks or other mortgage providers. In any case, it would be suggested that a flipper takes advice from an experienced fix and flipper before proceeding with anything.

If you are searching for a reliable source that can help you with both advice and bridge loans, then look no further than LendingHome. It is an acclaimed name in this realm which is known to redefine the whole mortgage process. They provide flippers with the mortgage loans in few very easy steps.

About LendingHome:

LendingHome is the one-stop destination for all those who seek the bridge loans and who want to seek advice on flipping or fix and flip shows.

For further information, visit Lendinghome.com

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review 2018-11-05 02:50
Finally took the time to watch The Haunting of Hill House, and color me impressed


It took me several attempts but thanks to the brilliant and persuasive review of The Haunting of Hill House by Char's Horror Corner, I pushed on through and watched the whole thing and what to you know, I liked it. Like a lot!


I wouldn't call it terrifying, exactly, but oh, how much fun it was to just sit there and let the story unravel and try to connect all the pieces together. Horror? Don't think so. It was however edge-of-your-seat suspenseful and an amazing psychological thriller.




The best part though, the family dynamics. The Crains siblings lived a very happy, practically idyllic childhood up until they moved to that old house. I don't know if it's because my family is almost as big as theirs (and we bicker almost as much) or because all of the actors portrayed their characters with such realism that it was nearly impossible not to grieve with them. Or laugh at all their antics for that matter...  


(I laughed so hard at that one ↑↑↑) 



So, in short, if you have doubts about it because you don't do horror or you're scared you're going to be scared witless, you should still give this one a chance. I mean, yeah, there are a few jump scare moments but nothing that's not going to let you sleep at night - I hope *he he*


I think once you get a hang of the story there is not much to be scared of because there is nothing to be scared of (sort of). You really just want the family to be happy. To be able to move on with their lives without the pain of the past or fear for their future. 

I think the hours spent watching this show were hours very well spent. 




"I loved you completely. And you loved me the same. That's all. The rest is confetti."



Now if you'll excuse me, I'll go dry up my tears and get me a copy of the book. 



Have you watched it yet? Have you read about this theory? I did cry... and got upset at myself for not realizing it before o.O


And did you catch all the "extras"? It took me a few episodes to realize it but once I did it was impossible not to take notice.

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2018-08-19 20:41
July 2018 — A Wrap Up


Originally published at midureads.wordpress.com on August 19, 2018.




Shifting Shadows: Stories from the World of Mercy Thompson by Patricia Briggs



I finally learned how Samuel and Bran became werewolves. The story is dark and violent but that seems fitting.


“Roses in Winter”

Asil, an aging werewolf in the Marrok’s pack is more man than beast. An innocent girl, Kara, begins to change all that.



Ben has always been an interesting character in the Mercy series. He is misogynistic and can’t say two words without cursing. He also has a lot of baggage to deal with due to an abusive past. Yet he redeems himself in this story!



I don’t really remember much about this one, except that it felt incomplete. Funny thing is that this one featured Mercy and I loved the one before this and the one before that.


“Fairy Gifts”

This is the story of Thomas the vampire who comes back home to repay a favor. I found it boring.



Elyna Gray is a vampire who must face the consequences of her actions when she killed the man she loved. Sad but interesting story.


“Alpha and Omega”

I have never really cared about the other series. This story takes us back to the first time Marrok’s son Charles met his wife Anna. I found it okayish. You can see the author’s uncertainty about the whole concept of Omega werewolves. She hasn’t gotten there yet and the story suffers for it.


“Seeing Eye”

A werewolf Tom meets a witch Moira. Gruesome things happen in this one but I liked it anyway. One thing that bothers me is why the author looks down on witches’ magic and the whole concept that it comes from pain and blood sacrifice. Even when she is describing white magic, it feels as if she is against it. Why though?


“The Star of David”

David Christiansen gets a family reunion that gives him a reason to continue living. Scary as heck but a feel-good story.


“In Red, with Pearls”

We are allowed to peek into the relationship that the werewolf Warren has with his boyfriend Kyle. While I love em both and together, I wasn’t a fan of this one. Warren was too overprotective of Kyle and not in a good way. I solved the identity of the person who hired the hit as soon as they were mentioned, which took the fun out of the story even more.




Loki: Agent of Asgard, Vols. 1 & 2 by Al Ewing






Classic Loki antics. Plans within plans within plans. I wasn’t crazy about this one but it wasn’t bad either. As usual, Loki is trying to do the right thing in the wrongest of ways and for worse reasons. We see a glimpse of the Avengers in the first one. The second featured Doctor Doom.





Ms. Marvel, Vol. 8: Mecca by G. Willow Wilson


The humor characteristic of the series is seen in this volume too. Red Dagger shows up in Kamala’s playground. She celebrates Eid-ul-Azha. Kamala also runs away and finds out more people are supporting her and rooting for her than she thought. Captain Marvel makes an appearance and they patch up. In all, a fun installment. Can’t wait to read what happens next! Find my review of the previous volume here.






The Wilds #1 & 2 by Vita Ayala


So, the premise is good. The U.S. plays host to a plague that is slowly turning people into plants. The art is beautiful and the confrontations with those human-plant hybrids are adequately terrifying. Of course, there is a government conspiracy going on that I suppose we’ll find out in about in the next issues. But there seems to be something missing. Mostly though, I couldn’t bring myself to care for any of the characters. That means I dunno if I will be picking up the next in the series.




Moonshine, Vol. 1 by Brian Azzarello


A man who works for the mafia is sent to convince a rustic moonshine-maker. His boss wants to be the sole distributor of the amazing liquor. But when the poor guy reaches the place, strange things begin to happen. I liked the dark feel of the comic and the art too. Even so, like The Wilds, the something that would make me rip into the following issues eagerly isn’t there!










Those Left Behind by Joss Whedon


The wittiness of the TV series is missing from the graphic novel. It was short and the end came abruptly. The artist translated the facial features of all characters with accuracy, except for Inara’s. She didn’t look right! I am still glad I bought this book because it came with an introduction by Nathan Fillion.


It seems I didn’t get much reading done in July and still managed to delay blogging about it. Shit happens! How was July for you?



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review SPOILER ALERT! 2017-10-07 16:31
Some Grim Issues after Watching 5 Seasons of Grimm — An Infographic!






Originally published at midureads.wordpress.com on October 7, 2017.

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