March 20, 2022

Drop Dead Daisy – Fiction Book Review

Daisy is amazing on the guitar, and a genius at songwriting. Kane is the same. Standing close to six feet tall, Daisy casts an imposing figure.
March 20, 2022


With pigtails and big dreams, she runs wild in my mind:
March 19, 2022

Seventeen Years

In my dream you were alive. I saw you: a broken man with a crooked smile telling me it’s been seventeen years
March 17, 2022

Three Girls From Bronzeville – A Book Review

Rita Mock-Pike Having lived in Greater Chicago and Chicago itself for many years now, I’d heard of Bronzeville on several occasions. However, I’d never particularly had […]
March 10, 2022

Book Review: A Touch Of Light: The Ashes Of Avarin: Book One

The characters, even the ancillary characters, came alive on the pages. It was beautiful, horrible, deadly, life affirming and didn’t shy away from asking tough questions.
March 9, 2022

The god of McDonald’s – Positivity Corner

The rest of the staff were laughing by the time we got to the windows, and I did have to repeat it several more times. Especially with the manager standing nearby.
March 8, 2022

Nonfiction Book Review: The Yoga Prescription

I now highly recommend this to anyone with chronic pain or illness, chronic fatigue, or a body that’s just plain aging (i.e., anyone who tells me they’ve got stiffness or pain).
February 26, 2022

How to Enjoy Watercolor

Sha Huang It’s okay to be unsure when your brush touches the paperA brush moves with its own willwater and color collideWrestle, merge, and give birthSpontaneous […]
February 19, 2022

Thank You

“Liar! We will torture you, call you names til you go insane.”
February 17, 2022

Celebrating Black History Month: Great Fiction by Black Authors

Not much is more important in the creative realms than representation. There’s something about seeing yourself in a character, on a screen, on a page.
February 12, 2022

An Anthem of Freedom

“No crime you’ve committed against yourself first, others later, demands erasure.”
February 10, 2022

I Hate Nature

As I began my walk, I immediately noticed one thing: dandelions. I don't know how they do it every year, but they come in droves. Seriously, there were a lot of dandelions.