It's Spring they tell me. Is it really? It doesn't quite feel like it just yet. Things are still bleak and bare. The buds are showing, with a closer look. We have to wait. The weather seems to be fighting the whole thing. Attempts have been made. Bulbs have been set. Plans are even in… Continue reading Spring! In spite of things!
This is my stop during the book blitz for Chloe Rose and the Enchanted Maze by Veronica Elle Butler. This book blitz is organized by Lola's Blog Tours. The book blitz runs from 25 till 31 March. See the tour schedule here. Chloe Rose and the Enchanted Maze By Veronica Elle ButlerGenre: Fantasy Age category:… Continue reading Chloe Rose and the Enchanted Maze
In Big Magic the author describes ideas as entities floating around us and each of us has an opportunity to grab on to an idea. Each idea is quick though and we must hurry before the idea flees away to find someone else. Gilbert talks about how she decided to give her art life. She… Continue reading Book Review: Big Magic
All feels so stagnantwhat a stale tomorrow brings,we are off-the-wallstill, lift the blind and windowstill, let in light and fresh air Today, a national emergency has been declared. Starting Monday all schools are closed in Ohio. No fans, no audiences, no crowds allowed. No toilet paper! Everything is so strange right now. Tanka31 Syllables5-7-5-7-7
So, I uploaded a video on my Youtube Channel and would like to invite you to view it. I'm including the link to the video in this post and hope you like and subscribe to my channel. For now, I mostly have videos about the boxes I receive in the mail and my tarot decks.… Continue reading March Tamed Wild
Walk on ground as themud squish in my toes andI must close my eyesto see flowers in my headas sun sustains life again One of hope I think. As we do approach a new season things still look bleak weather wise and otherwise too I suppose. Sometimes all we can do is write a poem.… Continue reading Earthing
J.W. Baccaro's book Blood Dreams deals with mental health. The fantasy details humanity at its worse while fighting demons at its core. Every page depicts how easily we can drown in the choices we make. I invited Jason as a guest author to answer some questions and do a sort of author interview with me.… Continue reading Guest Author J.W. Baccaro
SquallPoems in the Voice of Mary Shelleyby Chad Norman While reading Squall: Poems in the Voice of Mary Shelley, I found myself in an other-world of course. Not one where fairies live, or maybe but not the kind of fae I am familiar with. Perhaps it is a world where monsters are made and then… Continue reading Book Review: Squall