The Passenger by Lisa Lutz DELIVERS! I was skeptical of this book because of the sensational reviews literally on the cover (and back) but I was craving something mysterious and this book is just that. I'm a huge fan of the thriller/mystery genre and this book did not disappoint me -- I read it within … Continue reading Book Review: The Passenger
March 28 2017, I’m not quite sure what I’m on to but I do think that I’m on to something. I’m also not sure who to talk to about this because it appears most of my friends I try to talk to think I’m absolutely nuts, so I made this blog to talk about my … Continue reading Part II
Through the darkness and while you sleep, from the shadows a beast does creep. He sinks his nails into your skin, And whispers ways in which to sin. Fixed in sleep your dreams are tainted. Through his touch dark thoughts are painted. Seizing the psyche of those pure of heart, he twists the mind into … Continue reading Sleep Demon
Here's this week's list of new (or new again) and interesting words I came across: Languish. Insidious. Disingenuous. Flagellation. Acquiesce. Proprietary. Vitiate. Entropy. Enjoy!
"Gone is your light, never to shine again. Hearts have been broken, shattered like porcelain. No one believe this, no way your journey is done. But this is permanent, death cannot be undone. Your earthly body had met it's match, but with us, your soul is still here. You touched innumerable lives, grief's pain makes … Continue reading In Memoriam
I'm not quite sure what I should even title this post -- it's not a fun fictional story to write and it's definitely not that interesting, but I guess part of having a blog is it being some sort of online journal to tell your own story? Maybe. I'm already assuming I'll delete this post … Continue reading Body Image Issues
Mark Hammond loved his wife — everyone knew this. That’s why he had special plans for Laura that day, an evening of pampering and relaxation. He was nervous that it wouldn’t be perfect enough for Laura but all she was really looking forward to was not having to make dinner that night. When Mark came … Continue reading Part I