Archive for June 2016

Tuesday on the Island

It’s morning and windy. The sun hits my right shoulder straight on sending a chill from the night air out of me. Robert is licking his toes and Missy lays by the fireplace in her snuggery. Yesterday was a mix of glee and sorrow. Bob’s birthday, which this year fell on the summer solstice–in history,…

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The Dementia Chronicles #15

Today, in The Dementia Chronicles, a big “Shout out!” for all of those people who were key in lifting my mom’s spirits yesterday after her visit to the emergency room. That visit makes #4 for 2016. While we were there, I told her, “You look like you went a round with Rocky Balboa,” and to quit falling…

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Writing Faith-based Fiction – A Day Late

This disturbed me when, yesterday, on Facebook, literary agent Chip MacGregor posted the following… This post upsets me. Not because of Mr. MacGregor’s take on the situation but on the author’s. Question: How can we expect to create a world of tolerance and peace when someone feels the need to reject anyone who doesn’t agree with their…

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The Dementia Chronicles #14

When I get sick, I stay in bed for a few days until it passes. When mom gets sick, she could die. Simple as that. Needless to say, I get scared when I come down with something. Scared because I might give it to her. So goes our past three days… Monday, I woke up feeling like…

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Today on Dialogue! Thriller Author Leon Margie

Today on Dialogue! Thriller Author Leon Margie all the way from Australia with his debut novel, PROFIT OF DEATH. Helium-3: is it time to mine the moon? New book from author Leon Margie explores the potential consequences of latent energy source With the world under threat from global warming a new resource has been discovered that…

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