About the book, The Puppy Adventures of Porter and Midge: Out and About Genre: Children’s Book / Pet Books / Pet Care Publisher: Raise the Woof Press Page Count: 38 pages Publication Date: May 16, 2023 Scroll down for a giveaway! Introducing The Puppy Adventures of Porter and Midge: Out and About – a […]
About the Book, Ghostly Bugles Genre: Historical Fiction / Texas History Publisher: Wild Lark Books Date of Publication: February 23, 2023 Number of Pages: 210 pages Scroll down for Giveaway Do the souls of the dead reach out from beyond the grave? Do echoes of the past resound through the ages? Are such insights […]
I’ve often found that the New Adult / Young Adult genre includes some of the most thought-provoking work in contemporary fiction, and Lori Ann Stephens’s latest novel, a dystopian thriller set in a near-future (or alternate reality – the distinction is unclear), frighteningly plausible version of Texas. Blue Running is so well crafted, it’s nearly unputdownable.
About the book, “So Sorry for Your Loss” Genre: Grief & Bereavement / Love & Loss / Parenting & Relationships Publisher: Union Square & Co. Page Count: 240 pages Publication Date: April 11, 2023 Scroll down for a giveaway! A heartfelt exploration about what it means to process grief, by a bestselling author and […]
About the book, The Cruise Publisher : One More Chapter (April 20, 2023) Publication date : April 20, 2023 Language : English Three women. One widowed. One unmarried. One almost divorced. All aged 63, but not ready to give up on life! Leaving behind the heartache, guilt and […]
I enjoyed these two posts. Most people don’t realize it because their vision is so channeled, but in the city we live in the wilderness. The birds and other animals put up with our presence just the way the different animals ignore each other on the veldt in Africa. A little while ago I came across a coyote wandering across the main drag in my area, and this is not a suburb. Raccoons and skunks wander around, and lets not forget the animals we ebotistically refer to as ‘our’ pets. They are as natural and wild as the raccoons, with their own territories and needs that must be fulfilled.
Fraid I just have to put up with common or garden bats, I have a loft full.
When I first read this post I saw Grackles as Grockles which is a derogatory term for the influx of city folk holidaying here in the summer.
Night flappers seemed to fit ;)