My name is Lucifer... I told you my story in The Road to Hell. It was only the beginning.
My name is Lucifer and I was first…
What would you do if you suddenly found yourself mistress of an 18th-century plantation?
In Big Magic the author describes ideas as entities floating around us and each of us has an opportunity to grab on to an idea. Each idea is quick though and we must hurry before the idea flees away to find someone else. Gilbert talks about how she decided to give her art life. She… Continue reading Book Review: Big Magic
SquallPoems in the Voice of Mary Shelleyby Chad Norman While reading Squall: Poems in the Voice of Mary Shelley, I found myself in an other-world of course. Not one where fairies live, or maybe but not the kind of fae I am familiar with. Perhaps it is a world where monsters are made and then… Continue reading Book Review: Squall
A History of Magic and Witchcraft Sabbats, Satan and Superstitions in the West Is it fair for me to say, we all believe in something? Even if we choose to believe there is no God or any religion of any kind, isn't that alone a choice and belief? Every culture has their ideals that are… Continue reading Book Review: A History of Magic and Witchcraft
Blood Dreams is flirty, sharp, witty, humorous and horrific. Bloody horrific. The characters frustrated me at times with their quirks. As the story moves, the reason for their weirdness becomes evident in a clear yet terrifying way. While I would not label this one as a romantic novel, the story moves with two main characters.… Continue reading Book Review: Blood Dreams by J.W. Baccaro
Nocturnal by Wilder Poetry From the front cover to the back and every page in between, it is the prettiest little book I have ever held. The gorgeous pages are filled with short and dynamic verse creating a beautifully illustrated poetry collection. If you have not read Wilder Poetry, I highly suggest you do. I… Continue reading Book Review: Nocturnal by Wilder
Prophecy of the Guardian by J.W. Baccaro Not darkness, not light, perhaps something in between, and is claimed by the darkness… as theirs. Though being saved by the light, that which is saved must in turn save the world. One man’s choice to love a son… a son that is not really his. A legacy,… Continue reading Book Review: Prophecy of the Guardian by J.W. Baccaro
Here by Wislawa Szymborska These poems by Wislawa Szymborska, in English and Polish, drive home a real sense and value of life. This book reads like a first hand experience of how rotten life really can be, at times. While at other times, if even the slightest, a reason to laugh and to continue to… Continue reading Book Review: Here by Wislawa Szymborska