Book Review: Dusk and Summer

Dusk and Summer by Joseph A. Pinto Available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle formats. The first time I read this book, it held me captive, curled beneath my comforter until it was done with me.  Recently, it was released under a new publisher and with a new cover. Dusk and Summer kept me prisoner for … Continue reading Book Review: Dusk and Summer

The End of….

The end of summer is rapidly approaching and I am worn out.  Summer isn't really a restful time for me, like many teachers I try and squeeze too much into the school free days. There is really never enough time to do everything.  Over planning and underfunded mean that most of my school free days … Continue reading The End of….

Day 4 of Gratitude: Poetry & Art

Today, I am honored to present the work of Marshall J. Stephens, friend and writer.  I am grateful for both his friendship and the talent with which he weaves his words.  Enjoy friends and readers.  Grumble These are the days when we say We could have done so much more The lean days, the poor … Continue reading Day 4 of Gratitude: Poetry & Art

Never Too Old For A Storybook or Three..

Last week's unstated theme was obsession and addiction. My worst addiction is a life long one. My addiction to the written word began when I was an infant. My family read to me, my teachers encouraged me and in books I found the friends I was unable to make in real life. And it all … Continue reading Never Too Old For A Storybook or Three..