Creativity is a strange friend, just the kind of person I like to hang around because it gives me cause for concern. You know, the roller-coaster emotions of an intense relationship. My dear Creativity does that to me. The extreme highs of writing a single sentence are celebrated. In contrast, the extreme lows of not… Continue reading Creativity Comes To Visit
Music is my muse. Concerts are my happy place. What is yours?
At 12 years young, she still gets into the garbage and destroys portable coolers, yet at times like this, when she lays so serene, one foot over her favorite toy, I want to de-stress like Jess 😊 As January takes over, with its deadlines and commitments, Jessie reminds me that there is nothing like a… Continue reading Ah – the life of my pup.
Visit GOODREADS.COM to enter to win a signed copy.
Enter to win a signed copy of Harlot's fire on Goodreads. (Continental U.S. only)
Urine and tobacco made sense. Every alleyway in every city possessed this stank. Yet the soft, faint haze of a Cuban cigar threw the entire scene off. That and the directions in his hand. Go to The Alley of Whores. There will be a sign. Before venturing out, he searched city maps on Google along… Continue reading Chapter Two Preview – Harlot’s fire
not a real newspaper... Gray Death Trial Set For mid-July. By D. Rob Porter, Times Staff On July 20, Salvi Giovani will stand trial for the manufacture and distribution of illegal substances along with kidnapping charges stemming from his detainment of a federal agent against their will. Giovani, 36, of Hartford, Connecticut, along with Harlot… Continue reading Harlot’s Fire – from The Connecticut Daily
Alia Price has changed in my perception. There are things about her you, dear readers, and I, needed to know.
Greetings All! I hope this finds you safe and healthy, practicing social distancing, and spending time with the ones you love. My life has been quiet with walks in the woods, yoga daily, and on-line classes. I must confess I miss seeing my students, yet I know they are doing the best they can, as… Continue reading My Misspent Youth