Nation by Sir Terry Pratchett Available on Amazon in Paperback and Kindle formats As some of you may have heard, Sir Terry Pratchett has had to cancel an appearance at a UK convention due to the embuggerance catching up to him. In 2007, Sir Pratchett was diagnosed with an early form of Alzheimer. He made … Continue reading Book Review: Nation by Terry Pratchett
Recently, I discovered that one of my favorite authors was ending a series that I have been reading for the better part of ten years. It saddens me, but I get it. She needs to me move on and it is time for us to let go Sookie Stackhouse and her fangy friends. Charlaine Harris's … Continue reading Letting Go..
There have been a lot of complaints sliding past my lips these last couple of weeks. It has been draining and emotionally, I feel like I have been run through the ringer. Looking over my previous words, I know they reflect a flaw in my own thinking. No one has run me through anything, but … Continue reading Gratitude Day 1 – Life
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..
Review of Micah by Laurell K.Hamilton Available from Amazon.com Beyond Facebook Games I have another serious addiction - Laurell K. Hamilton books. Each time a new book comes out I reread the entire series. Last week, I finished Micah, previously my least favorite of the series. It has now successful moved up... The first time … Continue reading Take Two on Micah – Book 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)
Do I want to feel you against me? Yes, and so much more..... Do I want to taste you? Yes, and so, so much more. I want things I cannot name for fear of going over the edge which sailors once dreaded plunging into exotic realms places forbidden by customs called Morality.
Review of The Hero Always Wins by Robert Eaton Never judge a book by its cover or by a really quick glance; initially the cover of Hero Always Wins reminded me of a romance novel, which is why it languished so long on the reading list. Oh, how wrong I was. It was the perfect … Continue reading Heroes and Villians….
A Raven's Call at Midnight's hour . . . . .A dragon's roar in deepest night . . . . .A wolf's howl at full moon A child's awe at the twinkling of Stars of bright . . . . .Somethings seem so contrary . . . . .Let all are one in Nature's eyes … Continue reading Sounds
It is the knowing that hurts, cuts, and slices to the soul. It is my gift, my curse. This knowing before, a word or thought, is formed and delivered. It is the knowing the hurts, cuts, and slices to the soul.