Flash Fiction Friday: A New Light

Here is this week's Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers challenge. Enjoy! “There!” Sarcos folded dark wings and plummeted to the desert. “Excellent.” Thanatos landed and scanned the area. An empty road overgrown with scrub grass. Power lines hummed overhead. The rainbow they had followed touched the roof of a lone trailer. “You have done well.” … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: A New Light

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How Letter-Writing Can Change The World

Did you know that letter-writing is still a thing? That people still take the time and effort to put words on paper, hand-written words, and mail them to friends and loved ones? Recently, I read a blog from a teacher who still teaches her students the art of letter writing. And, let's be honest, it … Continue reading How Letter-Writing Can Change The World

Book Review: Catling’s Bane by D. Wallace Peach

Here is my review of Book 1 of The Rose Shield: Catling’s Bane by D. Wallace Peach. WARNING: THE FOLLOWING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS. Summary (from Amazon): In the tiers of Ellegeance, the elite Influencers’ Guild holds the power to manipulate emotions. Love and fear, pain and pleasure, healing and death mark the extremes of their … Continue reading Book Review: Catling’s Bane by D. Wallace Peach

Flash Fiction Friday: What Fish Do For Fun

Woohoo! Here is this year's First Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers' challenge. Enjoy! “It’s a decoy! I can feel it in my scales.” Marvin peered out from underneath the overhanging rock. “That’s what Bobby thought. You know what happened to Bobby.” Alex stayed back in the rock’s shadow. His tail swished back and forth and … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: What Fish Do For Fun

2018 Word For The Year: Redeem

Happy 2018 Everyone! Are you ready to take this year on. After the steamroller that was 2017, I plan on keeping my eye on 2018. Of course, that's what I said with 2017. I shared how my plans for the year didn't flow the way I wanted, but that got me thinking: Where did I … Continue reading 2018 Word For The Year: Redeem