Tuesday, 1 August 2017

A Memory, Already

It was a little after lunch at work when I received a text message from my husband saying that Chester Bennington was no more.

My first reaction was to laugh. Naturally, disbelief has taken over and I refused to give in to the idea that something so ridiculous can even take place.

I stopped what I was doing and set out to look it up on Google, to prove to my husband that it was a hoax, obviously.

Saturday, 17 June 2017

A Piece of Heaven

As I sit awake,
this late into the night,
the world outside, encompassed in shadows
with mighty winds that bite
into the trees, the leaves, the bark.
Outside,
it is dark.
My nostalgic mind creeps its way
down the memory lane
and thinks back on those days
when

Saturday, 6 May 2017

Journal Entry Prompt: A motto to live by

What's a motto?
Nothing. What's a motto with you?

Lame. But what is my motto? What is that formation of words which invoke in me a desire to live my life through the meaning that those words express? Is it possible to have one motto in life? Can only one sentence make it possible to direct life through the ever changing scenario of time? Life changes, so do situations. I can be happy today but tomorrow I may be sad. The motto that gets me through the good days, will it be enough to charge me ahead through my bad ones?

Sunday, 16 April 2017

What I Learned Today: Losing Focus in Marketing

I swear, if I ever hear another person tell me that writing isn't a real career, or that it is easy, or that writers have it easy, I'll blow up. Or blow them up.

Or make them do all my work related to promotional strategies and marketing tactics.

What I learned today is that, in search of making your blog become more visible, it can be really easy to lose focus when you keep trying one thing after another.

Friday, 17 February 2017

Book Review: Strange Matters by Bret Allen

Book Review: Strange Matters
Author: Bret Allen
Rating: 4/5

Bret Allen

Strange Matters, written by Bret Allen, is a collection of short stories and poems. They are based on magic, myth and fantasy. The author does a great job blending all these elements together to create a mystical tapestry of wonders. Strange Matters is Bret Allen’s first self-published collection of short stories.

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

The Moving Chronicles

I am not a big fan of moving. Which is probably why in the past couple of years I moved around 7 times (approximately). As a matter of fact, If I think back, I think the longest I stayed at a house was for 8 years.

Moving is hard. You leave behind the memories. You pack stuff. You have to make sure none of it breaks and/or gets damaged. You have to leave things behind, or throw them away. That's a hard decision to make!

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Interview with Kameron Brooke

Hello everyone! I am back with some exciting news!

I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Kameron Brooke, as well as have my book, The Chronicles of Captain Shelly Manhar, be reviewed by her. I am so glad to be featured on her blog, Kam's Place, today! Click here to follow her blog and check out her post.

Kameron, I can't thank you enough for this chance. I really loved your review of my book. Thank you!

Click here to go to her blog. Happy reading!


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