All my lady friends out there know the instinctual uneasiness of being a woman, alone…
I never really thought about meeting authors until getting into blogging.
Who would have thought that a story about a prison would be so…hopeful?
There’s really nothing I can say that will do this amazing gift justice.
Guys, where is 2015 going?
I tweaked the topic a bit this week…
Did you ever see that creepy Johnny Depp movie Secret Window? I’m pretty sure I actually saw it in the theater, and if not in the theater, then pretty soon after it came out on DVD. Either way, it was early enough that the words “Based on a story by Stephen King” didn’t mean all…
I think I’m going to go ahead and sort these into true “all-time” favorites and newer favorites who have the potential to become all-time favorites!
This story, like most by Uncle Stevie, starts bad and just gets worse.
So…I can’t believe it’s April already.
Every once in a while, someone brings up a book that stirs memories that I had forgotten I even had.
Apt Pupil is haunting because we know, deep down inside, that we all have the capacity to hurt—and to enjoy it.
What books have made it onto your all-time favorites list in the past few years?
Happy March, friends! Spring is just around the corner (finally)! I’ve done a little better on the challenges this month, but still not as well as I’d have liked.
As a woman, it’s important for me to find strong but also relatable heroines in literature. Who are your favorite heroines?