I’m re-releasing my first published book, Jumping on the Trampoline. Due to a scandal it had slipped through the cracks and fallen into oblivion. Now, for the first time ever, it is available as an ebook.Read More
Have you ever had a scare in pursuing a passion? I had one last year with inventing where I got flash burned. I didn’t go blind, but I took that as a sign to pursue my writing more. Now I am starting back slowly with experimenting, but it’s definitely taken a back seat to everything else.Read More
I’m not the greatest assistant when it comes to cars, as my husband can attest to. But sometimes I can be useful, like bleeding the brakes. Other times I kick back and work on my blogs and stories while he wraps up a car issue. Today’s post is about the time I offered to help, and it didn’t go like I had planned. To each their own, I guess.Read More
What do you think about religion, about God?
There are so many issues that are glossed over, or not addressed, or sometimes addressed inappropriately.
Mental Illness; abortion; suicide; loneliness; the point of it all.
I’ve taken what I have learned over the years, coupled that with my life experiences, and written a book, God is a Mob Boss, about these taboo issues. Because “You’re going to hell,” is not the way to reach people.
I once read a post where a prolific author was asked how he comes up with ideas. His answer? He is plagued with ideas. My brain is like that—it’s always thinking something up. What about you? Does your brain feel like it’s always on?Read More
I’m not much of a shower person. I will shower to stay clean, but I don’t really like being wet and feeling cold when I get out. I do have this lemon aloe soap that is divine to shower with. I looove smelling it and rubbing it all over. It makes me look forward to […]Read More
If you could change something about your life, what would it be? For me, I think I would have explored my options and started my freelance hustling earlier. When I was going to school for my science degree, it was mostly pushed that teaching or research were the only options. When I graduated, I started […]Read More
This is my 100th post. After this I am going to stop using numbers in my titles. I did that mostly to keep myself focused and keep this blog alive for 100 posts—it seemed like a good number to test whether I had the chops or not for blogging. Now that I have, and have […]Read More
So my cooking skills are definitely improving—I only made one blunder (well, actually two) in my cooking endeavors in quarantine. The first blunder: I was following a recipe for chicken and rice, with chicken broth and the whole shebang. I cut up a raw chicken breast, started cooking it in a pan on the stove, […]Read More