My Review ♥ Free, a novella

♥ My Review ♥ Title: Free, a novella Author: Felicia Denise Genre: Women’s Fiction Length: Novella Rating: 5 ♥‘s I first started reading “Free” on Felicia Denise’s website and like all of her readers, I was captured, pulled right into the highs and lows of the main character’s story. Lennie and her memories are soContinue reading “My Review ♥ Free, a novella”

The Age of Social Media

The Daily is asking: 500 years from now, an archaeologist accidentally stumbles on the ruins of your home, long buried underground. What will she learn about early-21st-century humans by going through (what remains of) your stuff? Are you just trying to be nosy?  Okay, well, I don’t mind… after all, this is the Age of Social Media. Continue reading “The Age of Social Media”

Leaving a Legacy

So, I’ve been absent a lot lately from the wonderful world of blogging.  I’ve been in with the chiropractors dealing with a pinched nerve that has been causing severe pain in both of my hands, rendering them practically useless.  A writer’s worst nightmare.  During which time, I was battling against the deadline for The ZenContinue reading “Leaving a Legacy”

Moments of Fate

I’m going to take creative license and combine today’s and yesterday’s daily prompts.  Mostly, because I don’t have a whole lot to say about the matter of Fate. I’m not sure which I believe and to be honest, I don’t really care either way.  It’s a lot like I mentioned in my chapter series aboutContinue reading “Moments of Fate”

My Heart’s Ambivalent

What are your thoughts on aging? How will you stay young at heart as you get older?… …is the Daily Post’s question of the day, to which I answer… I still get carded for everything.  I’m not saying that’s a bad thing by any means, but as I look around at other women my age,Continue reading “My Heart’s Ambivalent”

Firsts

Tonight, I’m not writing to you as an author, folks.  Tonight, I’m joining the plethora of mommy-bloggers out there.  Like most parents, I have spent my children’s lives documenting all of their major milestones.  Their first word, first tooth, first haircut, first step, etc…  It’s important, to us, probably more than them.  I thought IContinue reading “Firsts”