We are two weeks away from April 1, a significant date if you're into poetry. No, not for April Fools' Day! It's because April is National Poetry Month of course! And what a better way to celebrate than to publish a brand new poetry book. Unlike Dandelion Fuzz, my previous collection, my new work is … Continue reading New #Poetry Book for National Poetry Month
Ever finish a book and scan through the reviews before leaving your own? Do you sometimes wonder if the others read the same book? Well I sure did when I saw the low ratings for Diana Palmer’s Wyoming Tough, which I, incidentally, gave five stars. Though I’ve always been a fan of love stories, like … Continue reading Wyoming Tough #BookReview
Arguing with anti-Semites is bad enough. Nothing will penetrate the hatred inside, often times cultivated and nurtured with their mother's milk, or developed from their own failures and insecurities. When debating an anti-Semite, you know what you're dealing with. But when Jews reject their brethren Half-Jews, it really stings. You'd think we'd join forces but … Continue reading When Jews Reject Half-Jews
The school shooting in Florida this week hit us harder than the last few. And I write "last few" with a heavy heart. Still, the reaction was different this time. We'd almost become complacent, desensitized. Just another shooting, blah, blah, blah. But it was another shooting that left 17 people dead, (particularly affecting the Jewish … Continue reading #School #Shootings: Is There an Answer?
That’s dialog, not dialogue. But this article is not about American spelling. It’s about the way we talk. Over the last few years, I’ve read quite a few books written by British authors, particularly independent authors who don’t have the means to pay for an editor or simply don’t see the point in spending the … Continue reading #American #Dialog for British Authors
At the moment I'm reading a book I can barely get through. There's not much wrong with it except that it's not my cup of tea. But why not? There's an interfaith couple, a Jew and a Christian who are secondary characters, and plenty of religious references, so it should be right up my alley. … Continue reading Finishing What You Start
Fishing for Stones is a book by Glen R. Stansfield I read a while back. My review: A crime, another crime, puzzle pieces to be put together, lots of action and lots of characters- this book will keep you on your toes! It really moves, and by the time you're finished, you're bleary-eyed from reading … Continue reading Fishing for Stones #BookReview