Movie: God Bless America

This movie was written and directed by Central New York native Bobcat Goldthwait. The first part of the movie was filmed near my neighborhood. It was weird to see the local Dunkin' on the screen. Fun, too. I loved this movie until the end, which IMHO was very Mel Brooks-ish. I don't think Brooks does … Continue reading Movie: God Bless America

Bonus Blog: FREE BOOK

My amazing publisher has made the first book in the Service for Sanctuary trilogy FREE stating today, through April 20. Service for sanctuary–that was the werewolves’ deal for over 200 years. Now the government is changing the rules, leaving Ethan Calhoun fighting for the only way of life he's ever known— and Selena Wolfe fighting … Continue reading Bonus Blog: FREE BOOK

MJ Monday-Music: Suzanne Teng

I don't recall exactly how I discovered Suzanne Teng's Enchanted Wind  CD on my library's website.  I might have been searching for New Age music. The license for Enchanted Wind allowed me to download and keep the CD onto multiple devices. I was stunned. After listening to the CD, I told all my friends to … Continue reading MJ Monday-Music: Suzanne Teng

Thursday Thought-Things I Don’t Get: Food Art

Social Media brings some interesting things into our lives. Take food as art for example. I've seen stunning creations. Like a peacock wedding cake. Or this face. Or this cake. Or this truly awesome Halloween concoction? I understand that presentation is important. But when presentation becomes the thing instead of flavor, I'm gone. Who wants … Continue reading Thursday Thought-Things I Don’t Get: Food Art

Thursday Thought: The Colors of Pain

When I was a child, I saw pain in two colors. Ear aches were red. Stomach aches were black. As I grew older and experienced different types of pain, they always red or black. RED PAIN: Headaches sinus infections foot cramps leg cramps torn meniscus damaged ACL toothaches coughing giving birth BLACK PAIN: gas pains … Continue reading Thursday Thought: The Colors of Pain