We’re coming into crunch time for Boca de Oro. In just a few short weeks the festival will be here. It seems like forever but at the same time, it feels like it’s right around the corner. Previous Posts: It’s been a busy month but in case you missed it, I had a great guest… Continue reading Sunday Post No. 14
“The Underisables” is a fast paced World War 2 adventure. At times gut wrenching and laugh out loud funny. I recently had the opportunity to talk with Chad about his book, his research and dogs. In so many ways The Undesirables feels like a movie in my head when I was reading it. How does your… Continue reading Interview with Chad Thumann
If you have read Julie K.Rose’s book Dido’s Crown you’ll see she is a master at creating a flawed heroine that we can all love. So naturally, when I asked her to do a guest post for me I wanted it to be on this topic. *** Why do we write? Why do we read? Well,… Continue reading Creating Flawed Heroines, Guest Post by Julie K. Rose
As you have seen in my review of Monsoon Summer, the perspective changes killed my enjoyment of the book. After reading the story I even did an Instagram question of the day asking what other people thought about perspective changes. A Sense of Order: This is the big one for a lot of people. A friend… Continue reading Reading Multiple Perspectives; What works?
Kit is a young nurse with very little experience who escapes to a family friend’s farm/boarding house for a rest after the war. Kit get’s involved in a charity that sends midwives and supplies to South India. While she is helping set up the charity Kit meets Anto, an Indian just finishing his medical training… Continue reading Book Review: Monsoon Summer
Yesterday, even though I was unable to march (I had a board meeting), I was able to go outside and cheer on those that could march. It was incredible, over five thousand people just in Santa Ana, California! The river of people just kept flowing through the streets. I was honored to be able to… Continue reading Sunday Post No. 13
In honor of celebrating magic and illusion this week on Creating Herstory I was able to talk with the beautiful and talented Jade about what it’s like to be a woman in the magic industry. What made you want to be a magician? Unlike many magicians out there that started in magic as a hobby and,… Continue reading Creating Herstory: Interview with Jade, Award-Winning Illusionist