Welcome Community! Personal Anecdotes:Welcome to October! The weather the last few days has been very nice and perfect for getting out for some fall yard clean-up and walks. I confess I haven’t done much on the yard clean-up (yet), but I’ve been loving the nature walks. Do you enjoy fall weather? What’s your favorite part? I thinkContinue reading “October News!”
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Welcome! Adventure Seekers Personal Anecdotes:Well March was interesting! It was bitterly cold since the ground hog (February second) predicted six additional weeks of winter. And then the melting started. Remember the mounds of snow in my previous newsletter? It’s been a bit of a sloppy mess, but oh the warmer weather is so welcome. (Love watching theContinue reading “April News!”
Time Pockets: Where Creativity and Productivity Thrive
We all seem to be fighting the clock, passage of time and responsibilities. What is the dream inside you wish you had time for? In today’s blog, find out about how to use hidden pockets of time to increase your creativity and productivity.
Hi Everyone! Thanks for being a part of the blog and for taking the time to read and like different blogs. I have been actively posting 3 blogs per week for the past few months and it’s been great! I’ve experimented with a number of different topics and areas of interest, and your engagement inContinue reading “Renovations Coming”
Check out these fantasy ebooks and start your reading adventure today! Book pricings are free to $2.99 through online stores like Amazon. The selection of ebooks was organized by an author through bookfunnel. There’s a wide variety consisting of: romance, sci-fi, fantasy, and YA. Simply click on a book cover that appeals to you, readContinue reading “Ebook Sale!!!”
Review: Pawn by Karen Lynch
If you like urban fantasy, a touch of romance and a strong female lead, then you’ll love the start to this series. This is a recent release (May 2020), which I read a week ago and have been giving a lot of thought to this review. The main character, Jesse James (female), is human, butContinue reading “Review: Pawn by Karen Lynch”
Do you hear this expression from your own lips or those around you? I do. There’s so much uncertainty right now and so many people wonder about what will happen next. What will happen this year. This month. Perhaps even this day. Social isolation and being house bound due to lockdown measures taken in myContinue reading “What if…?”
A Little Frost
Enjoyed a little cross-country skiing over the weekend and the beauty of Jack Frost. Usually he’s a villain in most fantasy works. But how can a villain create something so beautiful. I feel inspired!
Review: Hall of Blood and Mercy by K. M. Shea
The Hall of Blood and Mercy is an Urban Fantasy trilogy set in an American town inhabited by Magicians, Vampires, Werewolves, etc. It’s a fun and fast paced read with a loveable main character: Hazel. Hazel loses her place as the head of her magical house after the recent deaths of her parents and aContinue reading “Review: Hall of Blood and Mercy by K. M. Shea”
Some Inspiration Behind ‘Hidden’
It was a few years ago. I was hanging out with friends asking them for what they thought would be a good story idea when one member of the group suggested, ‘why don’t you write a story about a dragon and a drum?’ We’d just finished watching a local performance of traditional Japanese drumming, soContinue reading “Some Inspiration Behind ‘Hidden’”