This year for the first time in over nineteen years, there will be a blue moon on Halloween. A blue moon is more than one full moon in a month, which doesn’t happen frequently. I am celebrating one year in print with my book, Blue Moon, a tale of precious things more rare than a blue moon. I thought it would be fun to offer a giveaway to coincide with the two.
Instead of a book review this week I wanted to let you know about a book tour. For the next few weeks, I am happy to have the first book in my series, Ruby Moon, on tour with Celebrate Lit Publicity Book Tours!
Learning to let go dominates a part of my life, but we all must choose to release things and sometimes people, for various reasons.
This month I had planned to read some classic horror fiction titles, although horror isn’t my usual genre of interest, I do enjoy classic books. Dracula surprised me. It was not a God-less tale with nothing but gore and blood like I supposed.
When I first started to have issues with disability and a body that wouldn’t cooperate with my demands and reflexes, I let it define me, crush me in a way that nothing else ever had. Until I realized that I was more than what I couldn’t do…
Frankenstein surprised me with its deep thoughts about life and how much control we do or don’t have over it, and that our ability to create resembles only a mere shadow, compared to The Creator.
A dry, brown oak leaf swirls in an eddy, little less than three feet wide, in front of the entrance to my home. It scrapes, crackling against the cement. Round and around it goes, dancing in rhythm to the wind chime hanging nearby.
I approach the end of an enormous effort, in November 23rd the last book in my series, By the Light of the Moon, will be released.
How does cradling a hot cup of tea in my hands comfort me? The warmth reminds me of safety, of home.
Readers, kids are back in school and with all the changes due to Covid with thought it would be encouraging to do a fun giveaway just for you!