Photo by Debby Hudson on Unsplash Linda’s eyes opened slowly. Morning sunlight bathed the blankets on the bed. The green and yellow gingham curtains slow danced in the gentle breeze coming in the open window. The room wasn’t big but it wasn’t tiny either. The ceiling dipped down on both sides of her bed, creating a cosy feeling. … Continue reading Full Circle – Part 2
Trying to Balance Two Major Life Events
It has been ten days since Sister Lost was launched and is now available on Amazon. To all those who have purchased the book, thank you. It means more to a new author than you can imagine. All I would humbly ask you to do is post a review on Goodreads, if you have it, … Continue reading Trying to Balance Two Major Life Events
Sister Lost – Published on Amazon Today
Today is a very special day—a lifelong dream became reality. My debut Christian Contemporary novel was published on Amazon. I have been writing since the age of 8, and to actually hold a book with my name in the author space is both surreal and satisfying. Claire's story has been four years in the making … Continue reading Sister Lost – Published on Amazon Today
Book Cover Reveal
I am so excited to announce that my debut Christian Contemporary novel, Sister Lost, is being released on March 1/23 on Amazon. This is the final version of the book cover and I am very pleased with it. A big shout out to Geoff Phillips, Artist extraordinaire and personal friend, who generously offered to create … Continue reading Book Cover Reveal
Flashback To The 80s
Today was a strange day. I had many things on my to-do list, including this blog post. As I sat drinking my morning coffee, scrolling through Twitter, one headline stopped time and flashed me back into the 80s before a tear could fall. My teen years were lived out in the 80s, with high school … Continue reading Flashback To The 80s
I wrote this poem after a 2 week stay in a complex care facility. It's my way of processing my thoughts and emotions.
Morning Star Manor – Part 5
Zoe finally discovers who the caretaker is and follows her destiny.
Morning Star Manor – Part 4
Max Vakhtbovych / Pexels The rooster’s crow pierced through her dreams. Zoe groaned and looked at the alarm clock on her bedside table. It was early. The events of the day before flooded her mind, pushing all thoughts of sleep aside. She got up, put her robe and slippers on without really being aware. Once she’d … Continue reading Morning Star Manor – Part 4
Taking what the human eye perceives and attempting to capture that on canvass, is a difficult feat to accomplish.
Childhood Nightmares: A Haiku Chain
Photo by Ty Finck on Unsplash Furnace downstairs hidesthe pointy-nosed bogeymanclimbs out to chase me. Neck hairs stand up straightcement wall Chief’s headdress shadow,no window across. Old witch cackles whilestoking two hot grey ovens,we lay bound waiting. Drums beat, voices chantmoccasin feet start to danceno one hears but me. Paralyzed by fearI open my mouth to screamand nothing … Continue reading Childhood Nightmares: A Haiku Chain