October 7, 2023
All I could see was troubles, from the suffering and the pain. There was a lot to sustain…So, I started to pray.
October 5, 2023
Maps don’t have to be hard. They certainly don’t have to be impossible. They just need a little creativity of a different sort.
October 3, 2023
She remembered the campaigns against them, back in her day when they were obligatory…
October 1, 2023
The reader is led to believe various belief constructs along the way, as Emily navigates intrigue after intrigue. This is a true spy novel, in that you have no clue who is pulling the strings. Anyone could be writing the code, and anyone could be the “bad guy.”
September 30, 2023
the wind blows across my skin, the leaves tickle each other… AUTHOR: Ammanda Selethia Moore
September 29, 2023
I was looking forward to seeing how Joshua Moehling handled a gay Sheriff, and how the other characters in the book responded to his office. There was no special treatment given to Sheriff Packard regarding his orientation. He was gay…boom…move on.
September 28, 2023
To go back in time, go back to the little girl with a pill bug in her hand. She watches it curl up in a ball as her golden hair tickles warm air…
September 27, 2023
You are a cold space in my heart, And in this room. You are just an orb, a blip
September 23, 2023
Your body may age, your muscles may tire, you long to relax by an open fire.
September 22, 2023
Enter Salem, the site of those famous witch trials. Enter witch-y characters and their friends, Charlene, Celeste, Serenity, Lucas – even the guests at the B&B. Within mere pages, you’ll fall in love with (or hate!) every character who dances across the page. And with good reason.
September 16, 2023
I saw her once in a crowded room. People pushing in the long hall, and she was small, her famous smile slight…
September 11, 2023
EXCERPT: The use of science/surgery/vaccines in creating Din’s world is a beautiful touch. After reading about murders by knife/gun/rope this was refreshing. The botanist part of me did a happy dance.
September 10, 2023
We couldn’t wait to fly off the shore over the Pacific, free from the worries of the land…
September 8, 2023
Recently added extension with its own wash room. Atmospheric views over the valley when the cloud is so low the town looks like it’s rising from the sea. Currently used as a playroom for two mischievous children and in a situation reasonably hidden from main reception rooms so can be left as messy as required.
September 5, 2023
Thief Liar Lady doesn’t shy away from digging into the deep complexities of life, family, and government. Don’t judge the book by its fairy tale cover. It’s a tale of espionage, political intrigue, and independence led by a reimagined Cinderella ready to fight for her beliefs whether she has a man or not. And she’d prefer not.
September 3, 2023
As Development Director for an animal sanctuary, I wrote about fragile cats for ten years, bootlegging in sermons on sturdy grace. I was obsessed with the work, for good and for mad. My unkempt, unorthodox congregation clamored for more…
September 2, 2023
we played hide and seek in empty classrooms…
September 1, 2023
I haven’t spoken to my sister in ten, fifteen, maybe twenty-five years — it depends what you count as ‘spoke’, I suppose — but still I wonder nearly every other day where she put the gun. The one we got from the unicorn.
August 27, 2023
You sit there in your room, that shrunken world, surrounded by trinkets; an attempt to anchor the tides of your ebbing memory. I have been told that you dislike visitors but I have come nevertheless, before I lose my nerve.
August 26, 2023
Explore the halls, marvel at the tapestries