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Kindle for Summer Reading

Kindle for Summer Reading

It’s no secret that I have always loathed the idea of reading books on a device. There is something about holding an actual book in my hand that makes me so happy. That being said, summer is full effect and I have been spending every […]

Checking out of the Hotel Euthanasia – A Review

Checking out of the Hotel Euthanasia – A Review

Checking out of the Hotel Euthanasia is a unique novel penned by Scottish author Gerard Graham. Funny and quirky this novel takes a sometimes humorous look at a modern day subject matter that has many in the world furiously debating; the legal right to takes […]

Journey Through Genocide – A Review

Journey Through Genocide – A Review

Journey Through Genocide by author Raffy Bouddjikanian is a very interesting first hand account of the struggles genocide victims and their families have endured. An Immigrant at a young age, Raffy travels to Darfuri refugee camps in Chad, Kigali in Rwanda and the ruins of […]

Death in a Mudflat – A Review

Death in a Mudflat – A Review

Death in a Mudflat is the fourth installment in a mystery series featuring fearless Main detective, Rhe Brewster. In this chapter of her life Rhe works side by side with the FBI to solve the puzzle of a young woman found dead in a mudflat […]

You think someone would notice if I just started screaming?

You think someone would notice if I just started screaming?

Writing prompt: “You think someone would notice if I just started screaming?” I’m at the end of my rope. I’m barely hanging on but the thinnest of frayed threads. I haven’t had a full three hours of continuous sleep in weeks. I can’t even sleep […]

Medical Retirement: How I Handled My Inner Liar

Medical Retirement: How I Handled My Inner Liar

Welcome to 2018, where resolutions are put into effect (for a month at least) and change is on the menu. For me the biggest change comes with my retirement! I served my department for 16.5 years and due to an injury I was medically retired. […]