Writer Underwater

These last couple of months, I have been trying to finish the edits on The Devil's Due. And it really hasn't been going anywhere. Most of my long term writing projects including this blog have stalled. The pressure from my day job, the ongoing pandemic and family issues have been taking their toll. Then add … Continue reading Writer Underwater


Fighting for Jess

Over the weekend,  Jessica, a writer and teacher, went to social media to ask for help. She is starting her battle with cancer.  At 32 years of age, she is about to battle for her life and she is facing it with the dignity and grace of both a lady and a warrior. Treatment is … Continue reading Fighting for Jess

Book Review: The Fault in Our Stars

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green  Available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle formats. As a reader, I am rather picky when it comes to reading books that others recommend.  It took me about five years before I picked up any of the Harry Potter books and that was the result of being … Continue reading Book Review: The Fault in Our Stars

Book Review: This Star Won’t Go Out!

This Star Won't Go Out By  Esther Earl, Lori Earl & Wayne Earl with John Green Available on Amazon in both hardback and Kindle formats.   A while back, my friend, Kevin, gave me a formula to use for reviews.  It goes something like this one-third summary, one-third what others have thought of it and … Continue reading Book Review: This Star Won’t Go Out!

One Week Until My Solar Anniversary

In one week, I will officially turn thirty-six. What do I want for my birthday? Well, books are always nice, but really what I want is to be surrounded by those I love.  And as it so happens I will be.  Next Tuesday, I will be sitting in an outpatient facility with my Denny (aka … Continue reading One Week Until My Solar Anniversary

And Then Her Wig Fell Off – A Review

Review of Then Her Wig Fell Off: Sometimes We Just Need to Laugh By Will Bevis Available through Amazon for $1.99 This e-book delivers on its promise to make you laugh. Not just a chuckle, but a full body down to your toes laugh that heals the bit of our soul that life wears down. … Continue reading And Then Her Wig Fell Off – A Review

Dusk and Summer – A Review

It has been a long time since a book has held me captive, curled and cuddled beneath my covers until its pages were through with my mind.  Dusk and Summer by Joesph A. Pinto kept me prisoner this afternoon while I hungrily devoured every last sentence down to the final period. The novella published by … Continue reading Dusk and Summer – A Review