Rapid Fire Book Questions

Saw this over at I'm Feeling This and thought why not? Big thanks to SueBC for passing it along. Ready, aim, FIRE!   Ebooks or physical books? I own a tablet but will always prefer physical books. Love the feel of a book in my hands. Paperback or hardback? Paperback, preferably a trade one. Better to hold …

Music Monday: Skyboat Song by Bear McCreary (Outlander Opening Titles Season 3)

The following might look spoiler-y. Proceed with caution. I am a sucker for romance. I write that sentence unabashedly. I like rom-coms, romance novels, steamy tomes with a plot that helps me catch my breath until I get breathless again. How can you tell Outlander has returned to television? Season 3 follows the plot of Voyager, …

Libraries Change But Still Matter

Not a day goes by when I hear: We can Google everything so why bother with a library. Aren't libraries getting obsolete? I have no time to use library resources, so I Google. You guys must hate Google, uh? Any variation of all the above and more. I get it. Google can spit out results …

Music Monday: Don’t Look Back In Anger by Oasis

During a vigil to remember the Machester Bombing victims, someone broke out into this twenty-year-old song. The Gallagher brothers probably had another meaning, if they weren't busy hating each other publically, but people connected with the melody and the lyrics. We had how many bombings now? That's only the ones we heard about on the …

Scibbling Away

NOTE: Woke already happened. I forgot to post this earlier. While things look quiet on the blog front, behind the scenes, I furiously scribble away in my journal from my daily grind to ideas for stories, to premises for jokes. Right now it's jokes for tonight's Woke Comedy Hour at X-Cues. It means I have …

Music Monday: Total Eclipse of the Heart by Bonnie Tyler

Like I need to tell anyone why this song got picked. https://youtu.be/lcOxhH8N3Bo

A Prairie Kitchen Party

Newfoundland. No province has captured my imagination more than this one, even with a name more befitting like Newfoundland and Labrador, to reflect the island and the mainland. In elementary school, we all partnered up to research a province. My friend P and I examined Newfoundland from its geography to industry. (In 2001 the name …