As many of you know, this past Tuesday was Valentine’s Day.
I had ballet on Tuesday morning, as I do almost every morning. Continue reading
I received a NetGalley copy in exchange for an honest review.
I enjoyed the way that the author portrayed ‘Mirror Worlds’. There is a magical equivalent of New York’s Manhattan, called Manahata. While in Manahata, one could see the shadow of Manhattan. You could see the shape of buildings of New York, but they were insubstantial and you could walk through them. Continue reading
I stood in a gas station, patiently waiting in a fairly long line for my turn at the counter. Continue reading
I have strange dreams.
I don’t mean just unusual level strange, I mean wilted plant child level strange.
I also enjoy writing short stories. Continue reading
The other night I was on the NetGalley website.
I didn’t need to be, and I probably shouldn’t have been, because I knew that it was likely that I would find books to request and I already have plenty that I need to read.
Logic notwithstanding, I entered the website and began browsing my few favorite categories. Continue reading