May 31, 2023

A Beast Dressed as Josephine

ripe petal perfume swells in his nose congests his course ambushed silver aura imprisoned by her ashy trance
May 28, 2023

Golden Kiwi Tea from Greenfield: A Teatime with Rita Review

The Golden Kiwi tea is a black tea with dehydrated fruit added, and golden kiwi flavoring added. The tea has an almost spicy edge to it when you sip. It’s a moderate to mild edge, though. And the actual fruit used in the tea is pineapple, not kiwi, which is where the edge comes from.
May 27, 2023

Hail to the Chief

Once a week she’d take the medals out of the top drawer of the mahogany bureau in the room we shared. She’d carefully polish the silver and bronze bars and the ebony stars with a special soft cloth as she held each one up for me to admire.
May 26, 2023

Faith and Dandelion Seeds

Her eyes were heavy as she drifted… So where was she now? She dared not open her eyes as she could feel the sun behind them and that was impossible.
May 25, 2023

Chorus of the Waiting

You asked about the gatherings. If that is real or not. Or just some Evansby tall tale to give folks a tingle and a thrill when sleepy over too much beef, on Christmas Day and ready for such tellings of magic, miracles, and happy endings.
May 16, 2023

The Art of Sabbatical, a Breaking From Industry Standards

The Art of Sabbatical, a Breaking From Industry Standards. A concept we want to redefine for mental, emotional, and physical health.
May 16, 2023

The Whalebone Theatre: A Review

The Whalebone Theatre is a long, literary read set in the early decades of the 1900s, shortly after WWI and through WWII. It takes a bit for the title to make sense, but once it does, my fellow theatre lovers will delight in the memories and emotions the tale pulls out.
May 16, 2023

Jana Goes Wild: Book Review

Farah Heron takes us on a whirlwind, delicious Tanzanian tour in her latest novel, Jana Goes Wild. This contemporary romance fiction is a great read for anyone who loves a lovingly invasive family, gathering potential travel ideas, or believes in second chances and clean starts
May 16, 2023

Book Roundup-May Holidays

The holidays in May are exciting, touching and fun. They range from Beltane, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day and everything in between. It’s a wonderful month to grab a book that represents a holiday, sit back and relax.
May 14, 2023

Dear Mum

How did you become so good at explaining love to me without using words?
May 6, 2023

Puppy Love

My brain screamed at my heart to “halt.” There might be a rescue dog that needs you. A pup begging for a home She also may be…Small Soft Black and Abandoned.
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