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January Reads

It's the beginning of the year and we start out strong with some wonderful reads! VIDAL IN VENICE by Gore Vidal Rating: Oh, Venice. It’s...

December Reads

The last month. I made it! LOKI: AGENT OF ASGARD by Al Ewing Rating: Like many others, Loki has quickly become one of my favorite MCU...

November Reads

I'm late again! It doesn't matter. It's the New Year and I did complete all my reading. I am successfully into my January reading, just...

October Reads

May my lateness be forgiven. The past two months have been rather hectic. Please excuse my forgetfulness, I may not remember all the...

September Reads

This month's reads pleased me. THE BEARDLESS WARRIORS by Richard Matheson Rating: If I am tracking everything correctly, this would...

August Reads

Seven days late but after a little sickness and family visit, not too bad. This month I was terribly let down by a favorite author of...

a home at tinker's creek

Ever since Mars Hill Church fell apart my relationship with church has been struggling. I looked around with a couple friends from Mars...

July Reads

July is going down as a let down of a month when it comes to reading. I had high hopes for this month choices but they let me down....

pen and pad

Back when I wrote mainly poems I was in a notebook all the time. Even a majority of Reintegration was written in a notebook before I...

June Reads

June was full of good reads! Each book was enjoyed this month and kept me thinking still to this day. Hope you enjoy or maybe check some...

May Reads

I've been meaning to post this sooner but have felt unmotivated. But I'm here today and trying to get it done! Some good reads this past...

Table for Two

Jim Atchison had sworn it wouldn't happen again. And Jim Atchison wasn't a promise breaking kind of guy. Last year was an anomaly. Well,...

April Reads

It's the end of April and I'm headed back to work soon. I was able to get ahead of my reading schedule and put myself on good footing for...

Ten Week Reflections

Even though it's a crime to do so in certain frameworks of thought, I think I’ll begin by paraphrasing something Joe Rogan has said about...

SHORT LEASH

Ruben’s gears seemed to follow a routine of their own. Every day by two o’clock in the afternoon, they were uncomfortably dry. No matter...

Consider This an Apology

I forgot to mention something in my last post. Something rather important and a tag line that I used to market Free Dom. An aspect I...

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