Happy Thanksgiving Weekend from Canada! Have you ever placed an exclamation mark at the end of a sentence and then pondered whether you really mean to be exclamatory? I do this ALL the time! There are some instances where I just move that cursor on back and delete it and there are times when I … Continue reading A Turkey By Any Other Name…
With that title, you were worried I was going to go into a spiel about how books are my best friends. Admit it! You did! If not bravo. I am in no way knocking the idea of having a book as a best friend. Books have saved my life (getting me through my depression and … Continue reading Literary Friends
... and December begins! Hello Dear Readers, I slightly regret the exclamation mark which I placed just two lines above. I will not take it away though, even if I am not sure it belongs there. December might definitely be a month which delivers on the exclamation mark, due to the holiday-inspired nature of the … Continue reading November ends…
Dearest Readers, For the vast majority of my life, I have been teased for my tendency to provide human characteristics to inanimate objects as well as animals, otherwise known as personification. I am sure I have even dipped my toe into the depths of anthropomorphism, which according to dictionary.com is the: The attribution of human … Continue reading From the perspective of the page
... and yet don't somehow at the same time. It has been a while since I have posted dear readers and I apologize for that. I have found myself in a limbo of sorts the last couple of weeks and I am not sure what I am actually up to. The last time I updated … Continue reading When things go according to plan…
Goodreads Synopsis: Gemma Tate's life changed forever the day she confronted an unlikely stranger. After relocating across the country, three new housemates prove to be essential friends she never knew she needed. She explores her attraction to Weston, a fourth housemate who lives across the hall. As their connection strengthens and grows they stumble down … Continue reading Splintered Courage – Review
Hello again dearest Readers! I apologize for the lack of communication with you all as I have been one busy bee in the last two weeks. I am excited to announce that I have only three books left to review before I start my own novel! The countdown is on to start my own writing … Continue reading The countdown is on!
My Review of The Boxcar Baby Goodreads Synopsis: The Box Car Baby introduces the character of AB’Gale Steel who was born in a boxcar on a train bound for Georgia, according to what her papa told her. Bishop Steel, a mechanical engineer for the Southern Railroad, found his adopted daughter snuggled in a basket of … Continue reading The Steel Roots Series Blog Tour!
Hello Literary Lovelies! We meet again for our regularly scheduled Writing Prompt Wednesday! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it. This one definitely felt like a story I might be compelled to continue on. I look forward to your thoughts in the comments below! "I don't understand." Escapes my … Continue reading Anywhere
Dearest Readers, It's Over! (Did you ever watch the closing credits of Just for Laughs and that little green guy says this at the very end?) I have packed my bag to go back to where I live with a heart filled with love and my sides aching from many moments of laughter. I am … Continue reading Vacation Update