It's been six months since the publication of The Crux Anthology! There's so much to say about this book, why it was made, who participated, what to expect, and a little about what it's like to be an author, so Joy E. Rancatore from Logos & Mythos Press took some time out of her day… Continue reading Author Interview with Joy E. Rancatore & The Crux Celebration
Blogbattle 70 "Derelict" genre: drama He was a derelict, wandering the country with no home, no family, no one to remember his name. Most of the time he didn't even remember his own name. The cloudy day he'd lost everything still tasted gray upon his tongue, but he'd no one else to blame. No. Joshua's… Continue reading Unforgotten Derelict
I know it's a strange question, but I have to ask, because in my mind they do. When they screw up royally (pun intended) it seems to me that the vast majority of people will do their best to cover up the indecency due to the celebrity and pedestal to which said princess has been… Continue reading Do Princesses Get Special Treatment?
There was a 60Minutes spotlight on Frank Hall, who became known as the hero he's always been two years ago during the shooting at Chardon High. He doesn't think of himself that way, but he is; he risked his life to protect the kids in that room, standing in the gap. What happened there and at many,… Continue reading “Serve Your Family.”
Aurelia's Virtual Book Club will be reviewing The Beauty Thief tomorrow morning: Thursday, April 30th, 2015 at 10 AM PST (or Pacific Daylight Time, as it were...?) I'll be there! Here are the links to attend: YouTube RIGHT HERE: I don't know about you, but I'm looking forward to finding out how Aurelia's reading of The… Continue reading The Beauty Thief in Review with Aurelia’s Virutal Book Club