Aug 102016

This story took over my life like the yellow pus took over some of its characters. I felt the impact of this mystery novel immediately and it kept going throughout! Not typically a fan of the macabre and grotesque, I make an exception for some of Stephen King’s work and would definitely compare this story […]

Aug 032016
Pewter Angels by Canadian Author Henry K Ripplinger

Two years ago my mother met Henry at the Moncton Costco store where he was selling his box set – The Angelic Letters Series. From Saskatchewan, Henry encouraged the purchase of the entire set (of course he did!) and I’m so glad my mother called to ask if I wanted it. As my followers know, […]

Jul 152016
Kelly Moran's Winter's Path!!

★☆Winter’s Path★☆ #NewRelease Amazon: B&N: iBooks: Goodreads: BLURB: My name is Matt Holcomb, and I’m the good guy. The boy next door. I’m the safe bet and I always do the right thing. Then one night two years ago, I made a terrible mistake that caused irreparable damage, and the guilt […]

Jul 042016
Independence Day

Although I’m not American, July 4th is marking my own independence day of sorts. Working opposite to my husband’s shift and homeschooling our son it became obvious in recent weeks that it was time for a bit of independence. This wasn’t a choice primarily for the social aspect of things as he is a social […]

Jun 122016

Mental and emotional well-being? With so much talk about mental anguish and outbursts lately, alongside the hype of our beloved sports teams – Go Pittsburgh Penguins and Toronto Blue Jays! – I have to wonder if suppressing art of any kind is really wise for the long term. Don’t get me wrong, I do believe […]

Jun 052016

It has come to my attention recently, in a bigger way then ever before, how important it is to just be yourself and follow your passion(s). I’ve listened to all the hype about just being yourself and got it but never really took the time to live it. We celebrate Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentine’s […]