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Book Review: Mia and Nattie

Happy November, y'all! It's hard to believe we're approaching the end of 2020. But I think we can all agree that we reach out to 2021 with a pinch of hope, and a measure of relief. The holiday season is coming like a freight train, and for most of us with little ones, the Santa... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Love Note

2020 has truly been a year of great fiction for me, with stories that have truly moved me. Perhaps because of the tumultuous times, I've found refuge and solace in fiction. Filled with richly crafted characters and constant affirmations of faith, Joanna Davidson Politano's The Love Note is a gift for both inspirational and historical fiction lovers.

Weekly Writerly Witterings ~ What’s Most Important?

One thing I hope you take away from my meanderings, is to enjoy your life. Don't beat yourself up for missing the occasional deadline or falling out of habits. Sometimes, we structure our lives too much, so much that we forget how to be part of the world outside our screens. I hope you find ways to surround yourself with beauty this week. I hope you are inspired 🙂

Teaser Tuesday: Wylder Tales

Cold, sickly terror woke her, followed by a desperate urge that demanded she leave the broken pieces of her mother behind. 

“Yes...come now,” the voice sang with the wind, carrying snow and the heavy scent of ash through the edge of the forest.

Book Review: Escape from Wheel

Buckle your sword belts, don your capes, and get ready to join me on an epic ride into a world of good vs. evil, gnomes, pegasi, gargoyles, and more!  This was exactly the fun read I needed, and a wonderful break from Stephen King's The Stand. More on my Spooky-Month reads later 😉 Today I'm... Continue Reading →

Weekly Writerly Witterings ~ Ballet, Yoga, and Finding my Sanity

Now that I'm in my 30's, I've realized how important it is to cut out time for myself. I used to guilt myself over this as a new mom, but after crashing and burning because I wasn't taking care of myself, I've learned from past mistakes. No matter how much you love your kids, your spouse, or your job, you can't neglect yourself. 

Book Review: Something Worth Doing

I've never considered myself a feminist. I was raised in a conservative household, and never questioned women's traditional roles. As an adult, I still believes there's honor to be found in the domestic arts. But when I married, I kept my maiden name. I'm not a good cook, so my husband does most of our... Continue Reading →

Teaser Tuesday: Blackbriar Cove

Hey friends 🙂 Anyone else ready for Fall yet? I have my orange Halloween lights up, because technically, it's almost Fall...right? Okay, I couldn't wait any longer. And part of me believes if I begin decorating at least with orange and other Fall goodies, maybe the weather will finally cool off. I hope you're finding... Continue Reading →

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