Quarantine Chronicles: COVID-19, Distance Learning, and How I’m Dealing With it All

As most (many, all) of you know, much of the world is under quarantine because of COIVID-19. There is a lot of propaganda from all sides--at least here in America where everything must be driven by politics, else is cannot exist--that says this is a media hype created by the liberals, or an attempt for … Continue reading Quarantine Chronicles: COVID-19, Distance Learning, and How I’m Dealing With it All

Stay Sexy and Don’t Get Murdered: How True Crime Podcasts Helped Me Find My Voice Again

A few weeks ago, I drove three hours from my house to the Dallas area stay the night with my best friend before my flight to Rhode Island. I prefer flying out of Dallas, even though there is a small regional airport in the city where I live. It also gives me an excuse to … Continue reading Stay Sexy and Don’t Get Murdered: How True Crime Podcasts Helped Me Find My Voice Again

Review – Rouge: A Novel of Beauty and Rivalry by Richard Kirshenbaum

Do you love espionage and spies? Do you love historical dramas? Do you love murder? Mystery? Mob stories? And do you want it all while wearing the best mascara MAC has to offer? Because holy moly this book had it all. This week, I had the pleasure of reading Rouge: A Novel of Beauty and … Continue reading Review – Rouge: A Novel of Beauty and Rivalry by Richard Kirshenbaum