Monthly Archives: September 2011

Higher Learning: Literature and Lust

New book coming soon from Dreamspinner Press! Higher Learning is an anthology containing shorts from many Dreamspinner Press authors, myself included! I was thrilled to be accepted for this book because the idea was just great. The other authors are … Continue reading

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Not much happening here

Really not much of a point to update since… not much has happened! But it’s been a few days so I figured I would at least post something. I’ve found fifteen letterboxes and hope to get up to twenty tomorrow. … Continue reading

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Letterboxing: What it is and why I’m now addicted

This weekend I went to the Book Barn in Niantic with my boyfriend. It was his first trip and he is not a reader (and he’s dating a teacher and an author, GASP!). Surprisingly, he geeked out and spent nearly … Continue reading

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Personal Tribute

My mother decided tonight that she needed to do something the honor those that died on September 11, 2001. If we had had enough candles, she would have lined our sidewalks – a corner lot – to say “We will … Continue reading

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9/11/01: Where I Was

On September 11, 2001, I was a sixteen year old Junior in high school. I had gotten my license just about a month before, and I was crushing on this one guy in my gym class. Typical sixteen year old … Continue reading

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Review: A Rose is a Rose by Jet Mykles

I really enjoyed this story. I like most of what Jet Mykles writes and this was no exception, though it has been some time since I have read something by the author.┬áThe story touches on the issue of growing up … Continue reading

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Review: The Last Deployment: How a Gay, Hammer-Swinging Twentysomething Survived a Year in Iraq by Bronson Lemer

Until about two or three years ago I rarely, if ever, read nonfiction. However, as time passes I find myself more and more interested in it. This read I picked up through the Insightout Book Club. It was actually part … Continue reading

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