Daylight Saving Time???

Hey, everyone. This past weekend, I realized I didn't have a blog post written or scheduled for this week. Not only that, I didn't have a clue what to write, so I decided to talk about a controversial topic. Daylight Saving Time. Not everyone will agree with me but I don't like it. It's not... Continue Reading →

The Fate of The USS Cyclops

Two years ago I wrote about the mysterious disappearance of Flight 19 in 1945 near the Bermuda Triangle. This month’s Mystery Monday post takes us back to the Atlantic for another strange occurrence. In March 1918, the biggest ship in the United States Navy vanished without a trace. The collier USS Cyclops was on a... Continue Reading →

February Book Reviews

Happy first day of March. I don't know about you, but I'm happy spring is just around the corner. With a new month, it's time to post reviews for the books I read in February. I'm averaging about one book a week so I'm right on track with my reading goals this year. Last week,... Continue Reading →

The 27 Club

February 3, 1959, is what many refer to as, “The day the music died.” It was on that day a plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa claimed the lives of three popular Rock and Roll Stars. Buddy Holly, age 22, Ritchie Valens, age 17, and J. P. Richardson (The Big Bopper), age 28. (Bit of... Continue Reading →

On The Road With Marie Sinadjan

Hey, everyone. Normally, I don't post on the weekends, but Marie Sinadjan is hosting me for her author spotlight feature. If you haven't met Marie, you should take time to visit her blog. Marie is not only an author but a singer-songwriter as well. She recently published her first book, Hotel Fin, an urban fantasy... Continue Reading →

Movies, Music, and Writing

It’s no secret that my all-time favorite movie is Casablanca. What’s not to love about this classic with a cast including Bogart, Bergman, Peter Lorre, Paul Henreid, and Claude Rains? It also contains some fantastic quotes. "Here's looking at you, kid." “Play it, Sam.” This is often misquoted as “Play it again, Sam.” (Bogart never... Continue Reading →

The Bizarre Deaths at Dyatlov Pass

Hey, readers. This month’s Mystery Monday post also takes us over the waters of the Atlantic to the continent of Europe and the country of Russia. A little warning if you’re a little squeamish. In 1959 Igor Dyatlov, a 23-year-old radio engineering student at the Ural Polytechnical Institute assembled a group of nine other hikers... Continue Reading →

Pour it On #NewRelease by @StaciTroilo

Hey, everyone! I posted my January reviews yesterday, but this one deserves special recognition. Pour it On is Staci Troilo's latest release - the second book of her Keystone Couples series. Due to some other commitments, she's not doing an official tour, so I wanted to help her out as much as I could. https://read.amazon.com/kp/card?asin=B09QLKXV5P&preview=inline&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_VYHJF4HD19TAS9EPP6HJ... Continue Reading →

January Book Reviews

Is one month of the new year already over? Surprisingly, or maybe not surprisingly, it is. And since it's a Tuesday, it's time for my January book reviews. I've set my Goodreads challenge at sixty books this year. I'm right on track to complete that goal. These are the books I read last month. Ellie... Continue Reading →

The Lady of The Lake

Welcome to the first post of my new Legends and Lore series. After completing last year's posts about the Native American moon names, I debated on something to take its place. Since I enjoy hearing stories about legends and folklore, I thought exploring them a bit more would be fun. While somewhat similar to Mystery... Continue Reading →

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