Brad Steiger said, “We are all spiritual beings. The paranormal is just part of the world we all share but do not fully comprehend.” He departed this earthly realm Sunday, May 6, 2018, and has left behind all who believe, and will continue searching for that which has yet to be fully comprehended. Steiger came […]Read More One More Returns To The Stars
I freely admit I am a news junkie. The very first things I read as a little kid were newspapers my parents had finished reading and cast aside. I did not fully understand the stories, and what they meant; but I did know what I was reading was important to someone, somewhere, or it would […]Read More Not My Favorite Author, You Don’t
When we look back on Christmases past, we like to remember gifts received, especially those cherished items that we have held close to our hearts for a lifetime. But there also were those gifts we remember; the ones which made us shudder, shed a disappointed tear, or for one poor woman, hide in my closet […]Read More Just What She Always Never Wanted
In 1966, I moved from my little valley town to the San Francisco Bay Area. The fountainhead of creativity, freedom, revolution. In all ways of expression, I was there; red bandanna, blue work shirt, threadbare jeans, sandals, guitar, bicycle. In those days, you could color me a very happy 1960’s flower power energized, we can […]Read More Happy Birthday Mr. McKuen!
SPOILER ALERT If you haven’t seen Frozen, stop reading now. Or, if it doesn’t matter, carry on. I am an enthusiastic fan of animated movies. Granted, I live with three young children who have an impressive library of animated films, but that aside, I would watch these movies even if I were not in such […]Read More And The Oscar Goes To…The Emperor’s New Clothes! Oops, I Mean Frozen
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Because I am of Irish descent, and love a good book, a good song, a good cry, and a pint of Guinness; I wish to share my favorite Irish authors, with quote, who have inspired me along the way… Jonathan Swift: Books, the children of the brain. Bram Stoker: We learn […]Read More ‘Beannachtam na Feile Padraig!
A couple days ago, a friend reminded me of a treasured book. I recommended it to her quite a while back, and the report was both she and her daughters have read it, plus watched and loved the movie. To Kill A Mockingbird. For this reader, a great book from beginning to end, and one I relish reading […]Read More Valentine’s Day Love In A Book