Monthly Archives: May 2016

Memorial Day: A Day of Remembrance

Today is the Memorial Day holiday here on the US. Before it became one of the national Monday holidays it was known as Decoration Day. I remember when it was celebrated on May 30th. Somewhere along the way the government … Continue reading

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Don’t Judge on Appearances

Really! This will be short, maybe. My husband has a long awaited three day weekend. We are a multigenerational family with grandparents, parents, and grandchildren living in the same household. It has been that way since the oldest grandchild was … Continue reading

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Book Review: Wastelanders by Tim Hemlin

Until I read “A Friend in Need” coauthored by two of my favorite YA time travel fantasy authors, Lex Lynam and Chess Desalls, I had never read nor even encountered Tim Hemlin. That book inspired me to read Tim Hemlin’s … Continue reading

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Retirement Volunteering, Helping the Indie Author Community

Many people find that upon retirement they need something to do and end up doing volunteer work to occupy their time. I am not a joiner and seldom participate in any kind of social event in my community. Staying at … Continue reading

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Book Review: Beauty of the Beast by Viktoria Faust

I’m not quite sure how I found this book, but, I’m glad I did. I’ve only read a few vampire books. This one is unlike any other vampire story I’ve read before. Written in first person narrative, it is like … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Musings: Ramblings

I usually write something on Sunday night or even before to post on Mondays. Today however I had not prepared a post. So, this truly is a “Monday Morning Musing” and I’ve not an idea in my mind what to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Time and Again by Deborah Heal

I picked Time and Again out of my TBR list. It is the first of Deborah Heal’s The History Mystery Series. It wasn’t at the top of my list, but, I wanted something different and it appeared to be a mystery, which I enjoy … Continue reading

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Book Review: In the Days: A Tale of the Forgotten Continent by Andy Peloquin

In the Days is a story of Atlantis immediately prior and up to it’s destruction and disappearance. Atlantis is ruled by an Empress and the pagan religion is headed by a stereotypical self indulgent, but charismatic, priest. The author created … Continue reading

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The Great Architect and Master Programmer

Recently I’ve been watching YouTube videos about subjects such as end time prophesy and other related topics. Then the other day  I encountered a post somewhere on the internet about the number of ways to prove God doesn’t exist. Reading … Continue reading

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Fear, Faith, and Forgiveness

My husband and I were talking about the things of God this morning as we often do. I mentioned a video I saw on YouTube by a young man who claims that God allowed him to see the judgement. Seeing all … Continue reading

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