Tall Tale Tuesdays

An Enchanted Memory

It was whimsical little structure, seemingly right out of a fairy tale.  Straight lines were non-existent, almost like a child had built it.  There was an arched door that widened at the top, a railing that slanted toward the slide, a porthole that opened outward, and even a chimney that was more cartoonish than functional; leaning as if to puff out smoke like that of a dancing tugboat... CLICK TO READ MORE!

Year In Reading (Book Reviews)

Don’t Breathe A Word

Subscriber Content Phoebe was frightened of the Shadow entering her room, and as an adult, she finds herself tucking suitcases and boxes under her bed to prevent the “Dark Man” from entering through an open door.  She enters a world where a twelve year-old girl disappears, and the only evidence found was stories from the… Continue reading Don’t Breathe A Word

Year In Reading (Book Reviews)

The Peach Keeper

This story begins with an invitation to a gala celebrating the society’s 75th Anniversary at the restored manor that was once owned by the Jackson family. Intermingled with romance, mystery, intrigue, and an element of magic, The Peach Keeper takes you through a moment in Willa’s and Paxton’s life as the two learn what it means to be a friend and how to open their hearts to love.

Diary of a Fat Girl

Finding Adventures in Weight Loss – and a Miracle Diet?

Recently, I attended two special events. One of the events was the Renaissance Festival (Ren Fest) in Holly, Michigan. Richie and I met up with a couple of friends from Indiana for the Ren Fest. Then, we would go camping in Ludington State Park with one of these friends and another from the Sanilac County area. Both events have tested my newfound vegetarian diet to its limits, and each event had a very different and unique outcome...