A Break From

Sweet Spring Break.   You will mostly be a break from my day job although I have work to do there for which I will be sneaking into school and completing later this week.  Not that I really want to, but lesson plans have to be written and prep.  Such is the life of a … Continue reading A Break From

Lu Friday’s Bookshelf

Well, dear readers, I once again have a Kindle thanks to the generosity of a friend (Thanks Mr. Scott).  I have finished one book and am half way through another one.  In the morning before work, I am sitting down with my coffee and reading as I finish my breakfast. It is a relaxing way … Continue reading Lu Friday’s Bookshelf

Book Review: A Short Story with an Excellent Vintage

The Corpse Of Madeline Hill By Edward Medina I love plays on words and people who play with them as well, which is why I always jump at the opportunity to read something by Edward Medina. So when he said he was coming out with a story for Valentine's Day, I was ready and waiting … Continue reading Book Review: A Short Story with an Excellent Vintage

Awilda: A Review

Book: Awilda (short story ) Author: Edward Medina Price: $.99 Available: Amazon Where authors promise something sexy and delicious then leave their readers wanting...Edward Medina delivers. Edward Medina, author of It is Said and Murder of Crows, has taken his storytelling to a new level. It is also a move away from the youth adult … Continue reading Awilda: A Review

Preview from Another Pen

A wonderful excerpt from a book sure to become a classic.

Just Sayin'... 😉

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Warren Bronck had had enough so he took a rowboat out to sea. He had grown tired of all the jibber jabber, folderol, and twaddle of the populous at large. All he wanted was a place to fish that was all his own. All he wanted was some peace and quiet.

Everyone knows that pelicans are natural fishers of the seas. Everyone knows that they are jovial, even-tempered, celebratory creatures. Warren Bronck was a pelican, but he was none of those other things. If you encountered him in the morning he was usually grumpy. By evening he was normally using a great deal of salty language.

Other than his temperament Warren was a striking figure of a pelican. He was tall, big chested, and had a deep rich voice. To most, he seemed distinguished and charming. In truth he was such a master of the obvious and ironic that no…

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Once Upon A Time: Reborn (A Review)

Review of Murder of Crows by Edward Medina Available for the Kindle at Amazon.com Once upon a time has been reborn and re-engineered to perfection with the latest offering of Edward Medina. Murder of Crows is a classic waiting for the rest of the world to realize it.  There is a lyrical quality to Medina’s … Continue reading Once Upon A Time: Reborn (A Review)