The Why #amwriting

As creators, we love the challenge of writing. We love the feeling of satisfaction that comes with pushing the boundaries of our own imaginations. There’s something about taking one certain thought or idea and then molding and transforming it into something bigger. Something deeper. Something that’s unique… and beautifully so. As creative writers we strive to…

Pages, Respectfully Crinkled

She’s a book, Well read, Countless times, Crinkled pages, Warped, Wavy, Stained, Adored. Crooked spine, Clings, Holds tight, Determined, Delicate, Yet strong. She’s a book, So loved, Shes tattered, So read, She’s exhausted, So dependable, She’s frayed. Pages, Once crisp, Now soft, Used, In time, She’ll physically fade, Remembered, Respected, Forever, She stays.

Back To The Writing Grind!

Time ticks on for a wanna-be Like me Wrapped up and swallowed Raw, whole Into pieces we’re pulled Distributed, Like wholesale,  Passed out in bulk Be a mom Work your job Write all those stories They’re brewing in your head Don’t stop Can’t rest Sun-up to sun-down Yet, we manage To find ourselves Mediocre At…

#CoverReveal Powerless, by Jeff O’Handly #RRBookTours1 #thriller

I’m pleased to share this cover with you all today. The book is called Powerless by Jeff O’Handley and it will be available late this summer! Powerless Expected Publication Date: August 24th, 2022 Genre: Thriller/ Contemporary Publisher: Breaking Night Press When all goes dark, they’re left alone. As starvation provokes chaos, can one man defend…

#Review #4stars Different Seasons, by Stephen King #KeepersofKing

Different Seasons is actually a set of four novellas. They are all so completely different. They don’t go together at all and most of them were long enough that they could totally have been their own separate book. I reviewed each of the four shorts separately and averaged my rating at a 4. Reviews: Shawshank…

#Review #4stars The Body, by Stephen King #keepersofking

MY REVIEW 4 stars: I vaguely remember watching Stand by Me as a kid – the movie based on this novella. It was kind of cool remembering bits and pieces of it while reading. All the impactful scenes, like the train stuff, the kid searching for pennies under the porch, the dog and the junk…