October 2023

Book Review And a Guest Post

Currently I’m reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, and it’s worthy of all the accolades it’s received. Told from the POV of a sixteen-year-old girl, the story explores racism and the aftermath of a police shooting of a Black teen, as well as so much more. ABOUT THE BOOK Sixteen-year-old Starr Carter moves …

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Unwinding From A Fun Weekend

There were so many wonderful aspects of the few days away with my daughter last weekend, and if I wasn’t so exhausted yesterday, this would’ve been a Monday blog. 🙂 We went to an art and craft fair where I set up to sell books, something we’ve done for almost eight years now, with the …

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Book Tour for Pringle Prawn by Michael Scott Clifton

Move over Tinker Bell. There’s a new fairy in town! Ben’s luck is changing. He has his iconic VW bus, a hot, wealthy girlfriend, and he’s managed to buy an old fixer-upper in an upscale neighborhood—just the thing to convince his girlfriend’s influential father that he’s husband material. But his new home has a secret, and when Ben opens a mysterious grandfather clock, he finds himself dropped into a magical land. There he meets Pringle, a six-inch prawn with a supercharged attitude and a pouch full of fairy dust.

Monday Musings

October is Facial Pain Awareness Month, sharing the time with Breast Cancer Awareness. While facial pain doesn’t carry the dire outcomes of some breast cancer diagnoses, it it most debilitating and often lasts years. For eight years now, atypical trigeminal neuralgia, TN-2, has been a daily problem for me, and my recent spine surgery exacerbated …

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