I obsess over the little things. I obsess over someone yelling at me. I obsess over mistakes I make. I obsess with what people think of me, especially people I admire. I obsess over events that took place eight months ago. I obsess over TV shows, where I watch the whole show over and over – the final episode ends and I start again from season one…over and over.… Read More I Find You, Mariah!
Somehow, Fitta’s rare green eyes were no match for Skurka’s commanding presence and witty comments which seemed to have captured by storm not only the Vekling’s heart, but the other villagers as well.
And so, Skurka cautiously made her way back to her cabin to find the villagers stabbing her windows and doors with pitchforks and fire. At the very front of the hunt was Fitta, provoking their anger.… Read More Witches Happen Everywhere
Lenora knew if she contracted the disease, she wouldn’t survive it. The moment flu season hit, she was one of the first people to get the shot, but every year, she ended up sick. Any time someone sneezed, Lenora contracted whatever infection that person had. She was also prone to migraines, back pain and allergies.… Read More The Sickness
I was fired from my previous job. It’s not something I’m proud to admit, but there you have it: I was fired. It was not because of COVID. It was for other reasons I’d rather not get into. The thing I’d like to focus on, however, is that while I found a new job now,… Read More Dear Unemployment
Finally, after 2 years (I think), I have published Part 10 of “Esmeralda“! I even made a really cool cover for it as well! My husband had asked me what inspired me to work on the story again, but I honestly can’t say. I’ve been trying to write one story a month starting from January… Read More Esmeralda Update
Gloria then walked outside and stood on the sidewalk, taking in her surroundings: someone came out of the Chinese place next door with a mop bucket and threw out the dirty water on the sidewalk, a baby was crying in his stroller as he and his irritated mother passed by, a man and woman were yelling at each other across the street and police sirens were heard a few blocks away.
Gloria turned to the employee that was taking a cigarette break next to her and she said to the woman, “Beautiful day, isn’t it?” The woman shrugged and continued puffing as Gloria walked by her with a new positive attitude!… Read More I Can Do Better
One thing I’ve been struggling with is something I feel I shouldn’t be struggling with: I see my friends on Facebook going from “HerLastName” to “HisLastName,” and while that’s cool for them, it’s not the choice I’ve made for myself.… Read More Ms. Marta Delannoy
Our stove died in November. It is now May and I still don’t have a new stove. Why? Because other things have either died or kaput in our home and those have taken precedence – also, we’re one of those “but what if there’s a better deal somewhere else?” kind of people, and so, I’ve… Read More Single Burner Survival: Chicken and Broccoli w/ Whipped Butternut Squash
Follow the tale of the villainous Esmeralda as she will stop at NOTHING to get EVERYTHING she’s ever wanted!
Esmeralda – as beautiful as she is ambitious … Read More Esmeralda
You looked into my eyes last night, as we crossed paths toward the water. You smiled at me and I smiled back… I felt noticed and enticed. Your smile was warm and lovely, your eyes were warm and inviting, your fiery curls were pinned back but I could still tell how soft they are almost… Read More To My Scarlet Muse