In With the New

Thinking back, what seemed to have meant the world was something much smaller than I realized at the time. Up until I was in my late 20s, so many things that happened seemed like the end of the world to me. I would come up with these doomsday scenarios in my mind. One thing would …

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Book Review: Roar

Roar is the first fantasy novel by New York Times best selling romance author Cora Carmack. It seems as though she was cut out for fantasy all along, because her creative and dangerous world of storms is fearfully beautiful. Roar tells the story of Princess Aurora, living among powerful people who can fight and defeats …

The Suitcase

I woke up early this morning because I couldn’t sleep. Again. September is getting closer and as it does, I remember a friend who isn’t here anymore. I put new strings on my guitar yesterday and it made me think of him. He loved to play guitar. He was awesome at it. I however, am …

Red Chairs

A couple of nights ago, I relished in the memory that God is good. I don’t know why exactly. Perhaps the plucking of violin strings from Lindsey Sterling music playing on Pandora, or the passing tones of the Piano Guys had a little to do with my nostalgia. Most people who know me would make …

Knock Knock, Part 3

The room was empty, all except for a bed that was sitting up against the wall facing the window to the left of the attic. Molly hesitantly poked her head in, looking left to right. It was as if, all-of-a-sudden, the air had cleared. There was no longer some secret room that was hidden away …