Apr 28

Book Review: Travels in a Thin Country

Travels in a Thin Country: A Journey Through Chile by Sara Wheeler What I want from a travel book is to feel as if I have taken the journey along with the author. This book succeeds in this, and it also makes me dearly wish that I could take a similar journey. Well, maybe not …

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Apr 23

Changer’s Turf – Chapter Sixteen

  New to the story? S’okay–go here.   Can’t wait for more? This book is already available for purchase. You can buy the paperback here and the kindle version here and the smashwords page with other e-formats here. Like the book, but short on cash?  New chapter next week!      Chapter Sixteen     “Imogene is dead?” Luke yelled. “When …

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Apr 22

Broken Orange Bubbled Cup

broken orange cup

  I made this cup using a chunk of color that a fellow student named Kitty generously gave me. I went back and forth on what I was going to do with it. I love blue and orange and yellow together, or even blue and orange, but in the end I decided that I wanted …

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Apr 17

Book Review – To Your Scattered Bodies Go

To Your Scattered Bodies Go by Philip José Farmer I really wanted to like this book. Before I started listening to it, all I knew was that it was the first in a series by a science fiction “master” whom I hadn’t read before. It starts out a little dry, but the narrator did a …

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Apr 16

Changer’s Turf – Chapter Fifteen

New to the story? S’okay–go here.   Chapter Fifteen     Kit’s rental car crunched over the gravel drive as she eased up towards the guard shack. It was unmanned, but had a wooden arm which she didn’t really want to crash through. She got out of the car and walked around the gate, heading up …

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