• Holiday Joy

    December 17, 2019 by

    Tree garnished in silver and goldEndearments with affection to holdFaces twinkle upon arrivalLove demanded for survivalScents of sweet bread linger in the airJoy and acceptance always found thereCoats and scarves hung and swayFor here a full home on Christmas dayTurkey is golden each round the spreadConversation and laughter as we break breadTurnout is grand with… Read more

  • Back to the grind

    December 16, 2019 by

    I have been gone for far too long. My testing goes on with no answers as of yet. I’m finding the only way to deal with all of this fear and confusion is to write. This morning in the wee hours I searched through old documents I’ve saved with prior book ideas. Many of these… Read more

  • Santa’s Vacation

    December 16, 2019 by

    Vacation was over now hopped up on potSouthtown with snow for which he forgotFlew in too low in his conditionFocusing on his duty and missionThe kids all cheered when he came into sightHaving no clue he’s not fit for flightFrom left to the right they died on impactThe villagers screamed when faced with his tactSanta… Read more

  • Ladies and Gents The Gig Is Up

    November 24, 2019 by

    Yes this is me! I have had to use a pen name all of this time due to some threats made upon me and my family. I have since moved and blocked the people threatening us and hope that is good enough for now. If I find I need additional protection I will be adding… Read more

  • My work in progress

    November 11, 2019 by

    Due to my ongoing and dreary medical issues and concerns, I’m writing a booklet that may turn into an actual book that I will be self-publishing about my experiences. It is a daily journal I’ve been keeping set up in daily entries covering tests, results, encounters with doctors, my emotions, my husbands support, and the… Read more

  • Medical Issues

    November 11, 2019 by

    I know I’ve hardly written in over a month and on the occasions I do write my regular followers have caught up on my articles. I truly appreciate that. As of now my writing and articles will be on days I feel well enough to do it. A few months back I had taken a… Read more

  • How to make cold porcelain clay

    October 21, 2019 by

    This recipe does not require cooking or the dreaded wait time of 24 hours to start playing with your clay. INGREDIENTS: 1 & 1/2 Cup of cornstarch or corn flour School glue such as elmers. I used generic from the dollar tree. 1 TBS of white vinegar 1 TBS of cooking oil or baby oil.… Read more

  • Life is short

    October 13, 2019 by

    I’m finding that life is truly precious. The things we see and do daily are taken for granted. Worrying too much about money, bills, belongings, where we live or what we do for a living, is entirely too important in our decisions rather than what makes us happy.  Are you happy? What are your joys?… Read more

  • Interview with multi-genre fantasy author A.R. Sara

    October 13, 2019 by

    A.R. Sara is a fantasy, adventure fable, adventure thriller, and short novella in romance author who has books for the young, the young adult, and the young at heart. Writing has always been a part of her and from an early age this part began to grow. ‘Writing is a state of mind I discovered… Read more

  • 10 Free Trees delivered directly to you!

    October 11, 2019 by

    The Arbor Day Foundation offers a 6 month membership for only $10. With this membership you have some options included as free rewards for members. One of these offers include 10 free trees between 6-12 inches high to plant where you wish in your own yard or even have them sent to someone else. This… Read more

  • Alexia Lockhart: Cross Genre Author of Erotica/Romance

    October 11, 2019 by

    The Romance/Erotica author, 40-year-old Alexia, is currently working on a true to life series called The Wildflower series. She knew early on in life that writing was a way to escape and as she matured into a teenager found herself writing poetry and romance stories. Afraid of judgment, Alexia feared sharing her stories and poems… Read more

  • Plans for my Future in Writing and Life

    October 6, 2019 by

    Health conditions have prevented me from putting much time into my writing. I simply can’t sit at the computer long enough to do much of anything. I do work on details needed to write my current story in a notebook but other than that I’m limited. I have recently set a schedule to balance school… Read more

  • Running: Good for your Health and Motivation

    October 6, 2019 by

    No matter your age or your physical condition you will ALWAYS hear you need to exercise. This is often mentioned at least once at every doctor’s appointment throughout life. My favorite in the physical activity field is walking/running. I do a combination of both because my lungs just won’t let me run more than a… Read more

  • Interviews And More

    October 4, 2019 by

    Due to medical conditions many of you have noticed my writing has become less frequent. I do apologize. I have been feeling a little better the past few days and have taken the opportunity to update my page a bit and include some incredible interviews. I do hope you check them out and enjoy what… Read more

  • Alethea Avery: Author Interview of Many Genres

    October 4, 2019 by

    Alethea Avery began her career in the writing field not as a writer, nor did she have any desire to be, but as a film student with the desire to direct. In college she dreaded her writing courses, but as she became immersed in the class and learned from her incredible instructor, she realized that… Read more

  • Multi-Genre Interview: Withness Calistro

    October 4, 2019 by

    While many infants are locked in a trance staring at light up toys, Withness had his nose in a picture book. It didn’t end there. As he became a pre-teen Harry Potter became a popular selection and he devoured those books followed by Percy Jackson. Before his teenage years it was obvious, he wanted to… Read more

  • For The Love Of Fall

    October 3, 2019 by

    The weather cools and the leaves begin to change. My favorite time of year. With the new colors and crispy leaves a bonfire is soon to be lit. Seated around said fire, stories of ghosts and goblins fill the air. Music can be heard in the distance and sweaters and blankets comfort those in the… Read more

  • Horror Fest

    October 3, 2019 by

    October is here. A time for ghosts and goblins and everything between. The witches fly high swooping down to snatch up straying children. The vampires disguise themselves among the high class citizens of the world, tucked away in gothic castles and wooden coffins. Frankenstein tears at his stitches with urgency to track down his next… Read more

  • Novella Author CeeCee Elaine shares in her interview

    October 3, 2019 by

    With the help and encouragement of a childhood English teacher, CeeCee learned early writing was for her. The instructor was a published author herself and encouraged her to write everyday whether it be a story in a notebook or personal thoughts in a journal. As the routine turned into habit CeeCee was soon filling 200-page… Read more

  • Learning to Grow from each Rejection

    October 2, 2019 by

    While rejection can and is frustrating and upsetting, it is a place to start. If you are lucky enough to have someone give you a reason as to why you are being rejected, all the better. No one does anything right the first try unless they are a savant. When you are learning to crawl… Read more

  • Try something new?!

    October 1, 2019 by

    Now I have declared myself a horror/thriller/suspense author as these are the genre’s I love the most. In recent months I’ve not only lost my motivation in such an endeavor, but I’ve lost all inspiration. I began reading many books in this time ranging from classic children’s books such as the Wizard Of Oz to… Read more

  • Take me back

    October 1, 2019 by

    I can only imagine the glitz, glamour, and hope of the 20’s. The New Orleans born music of Jazz by musicians such as Willy ‘The Lion’ Smith and Jelly Roll Morton playing in every club with women fashionably dressed in Flapper dresses, long black gloves, long pearls in a knot hanging from their necks, a… Read more

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