This book started well. Love the year it's in and the setting. It felt like a good beginning to a fantasy novel. It kind of felt like The Borrowers or something. Then it went on and didn't really go anywhere, it faded and i was disappointed because i really liked the opening chapters and the … Continue reading My thoughts on the finding of Martha Lost by Caroline Wallace
Feeling like an Imposter.
Imposter Syndrome is very very real right now. I have always been very good at the writing part of … writing, and not so much at the discipline of editing, and whatnot. Ever since the bug of poetry bit me at the age of sixteen I have written continually on whatever bits of paper I … Continue reading Feeling like an Imposter.
Does technology make us more or less likely to be lonely?
Loneliness comes in various guises. Sometimes you want to connect, to talk with somebody. Desperately wanting to know someone is willing to talk with you. Sometimes it’s that ache of needing to be hugged, because it’s been so long. Other times it’s just wanting a laugh and forgetting you live half of … Continue reading Does technology make us more or less likely to be lonely?
My thoughts on Small Stones from the River by Kat Lehmann ( @songsofkat )
2017 Wishing Shelf Book Awards Finalist “Kat Lehmann's original poetry shows an advanced understanding of the human condition.” –Hall of Fame, Top 500, Vine Voice reviewer Small Stones from the River is a collection of inspirational poetry and word meditations that will appeal to readers who love the soul-force reflections of Rumi, Nayyirah Waheed, and Lao Tzu. The entries resonate and build so the book becomes an extended meditation that explores love, loss, forgiveness, resilience, and happiness. Small Stones from the River is a companion book for journaling or journeying. These “small stones” are the words you will want to keep in your pocket for later. “Profound and inspiring… One of the best poetry collections I've read in a long time.” – Top 500, Vine Voice reviewer