Top Ten Tuesdays / Characters I’d Name a Pet After

Literature is filled with so many distinct characters. As readers we often fall in love with them. Sometimes we love them so much, we wish that thy were real. Naming a pet after one, could be the closest thing we get to having our very own favorites. Top Ten Tuesdays is a weekly prompt gameContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesdays / Characters I’d Name a Pet After”

Quick Look Back Into November So Far

It’s getting pretty cold here now. Snow blankets the ground, and it’s -8°C right now (17.6°F). Welcome to winter in Canada, Eh’. It could be worse though. I prefer no double digits below freezing. It can fall to -20°C (-4°F), and sometimes, not so often, even colder. Here I am cozy on the couch withContinue reading “Quick Look Back Into November So Far”

It’s Been A While

“Hello, hello. Are you there. You decent, you alive?” —- Yes I am here. Decent enough, and my life is constant, although meandering at a slow pace. Nothing to brag about, nor cause a stir over. Just as it usually is. I am graced with a fairly mundane life, but I’m not exactly complaining. ItsContinue reading “It’s Been A While”

Boomers Book Reviews ● Wonderland-Jennifer Hillier

Vanessa Castro’s life needed a new change of “scenery”. Her life has taken a turn for the worst. A new job opportunity comes her way, possibly giving her a new start at life. Vanessa, with her two kids move to Seaside. As the new deputy officer of Seaside PD, she realizes she has just takenContinue reading “Boomers Book Reviews ● Wonderland-Jennifer Hillier”

Boomer’s Book Reviews – Drawn

       Drawn By: James Hankins “This book is for my sons, Alex and Zachary, who won’t be old enough to read it for many years but whose appropriately childlike wonder — which constantly makes me question the impossible — helped me to write it. —–Opening dedication  as written by James Hankins As “punny”, and cornyContinue reading “Boomer’s Book Reviews – Drawn”

The Nameless Ones

~ 1 ~ *First Revision * Reijha strolled through the cold, dark and enveloping halls of Cyn. Gelid metal chains were secured around his ankles. Shackles, just as cold and objectionable were tightly bound around his tan wrists. The shackles were just tight enough to make his grimalkin like hands numb, and defective from aContinue reading “The Nameless Ones”

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