This book was given to me as a Christmas gift about two years ago. It’s a collection of short stories that deal with themes such as death, fate and the past. And while Stephen King is generally known for writing horror, he also writes in the vein of poetry, science fiction and fantasy, and this book was a good blend of all three. Continue reading “Saturday Summary: The Bazaar of Bad Dreams”
I’m calling it a day for Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon. It was good and it’s made me realize I should set more time aside for reading. Continue reading “Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon Update #2”
So far so good. My 24-hour readathon got off to a good start and although I haven’t read as much as I hoped I would, I’m trying to go easy on myself. If anything, I’ve done more reading today than I usually do! Continue reading “Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon Update #1”
Every Mother’s Day, my family and I go to a nearby plant nursery to pick out some plants for my mother and for our garden. It’s become a tradition of sorts and because we went to visit relatives out of town on Mother’s Day, we put this tradition on delay for today.
It was great to walk around the nursery, and take in all the sights and sounds around me. It was really very calming and it prompted me to write this poem on it:
Monday Minute is a weekly post in which I’ll share short writing pieces, writing prompts, a thought or question for discussion, or quick writing tips. Continue reading “Monday Minute: The Haiku”
What was it about the month of September that brought about feelings of sadness and emptiness? Olivia Moreau thought to herself as she sipped on a sweetened coffee. Continue reading “Flash Fiction: September Loneliness”