January 26, 2023

Book Review: Ninety-Nine Fire Hoops

Allison Hong’s book is mesmerizing and gut wrenching. Any one (especially women) who has felt the stab of betrayal, knows what Allison is going through.
January 1, 2023

My Favorite Christmas Things: A Christmas Carol

I love the story so much that my parents purchased “A Christmas Carol Cherished Teddies” figurine version, complete with Scrooge and his counting house, so I could have Scrooge with me year round.
December 27, 2022

Book Review: Flury: Journey Of A Snowman

I felt elated at each discovery. Oliver’s frustration when things didn’t go as planned, fear at Grandmother’s dominance and the excitement of finding what was hidden in the snow.
December 17, 2022

Say Cheese!

“As I was leaving town, I saw it! A man I did not know, wearing a crown of cheese. Swiss cheese to be exact.”
December 13, 2022

December Book Round Up

Holiday books not only make for excellent reading, but fantastic gift ideas that can be shared with the whole family for years to come.
December 11, 2022

Positivity Corner: Taking Classes

If you’re in a rut, consider stretching your wings to try a course you may not normally learn toward. It doesn’t have to be a university course, but something that will enrich your soul.
December 10, 2022

The Leaf

“The color was mind blowing”
December 1, 2022

Jack The Tale Of Frost: A Book Review

I feel that both Jack, (and the trilogy) should become classic holiday reading material. The Spirit of Christmas lives in these novels.
September 3, 2022

I Love You! I’ll Miss You. Say Hi!

The magic was in your words – mostly foul, Usually entertaining. Daddy would shake his head in frustration. Soft muttering, usually in Italian.
August 24, 2022

Book Review: The Minister of Chance

I got caught up in the storytelling and let Kitty and the Minister lead me through a sleepless night until I finished the book. I pulled an all-nighter because I had to know the outcome of the story, even though I essentially knew the outcome of the story.
August 18, 2022

Book Review: The Gold Persimmon

The Gold Persimmon by Lindsay Merbaum is riveting and surreal. At times, I found myself so caught up in the characters' actions that it actually took my breath away, and had me yelling at my Kindle. This book was not what I was expecting from its title.
August 12, 2022

Hell Town -The Untold Story Of A Serial Killer On Cape Cod: A Book Review

The most startling portions of Hell Town are true. Let that sink in. I am not easily made nauseous by true crime, but this was brutal. Casey Sherman’s writing style, and description of the events are both brilliant, and nightmare-ish.