Book Review – Molly Lee

Originally posted on Novel Escapism:
Molly Lee by Andrew Joyce It’s 1861 and Molly Lee has just turned eighteen-years-old. Her life takes an unexpected turn when she meets two Confederate deserters. When one them, Huck Finn, saves her from some Union soldiers, she instantly falls in love and vows to leave with him. But when…

The Winter of Our Discontent

June is gay—cool and warm, wet and shouting with growth and reproduction of the sweet and the noxious, the builder and the spoiler. The girls in the body-form slacks wander High Street with locked hands while small transistor radios sit on their shoulders and whine love songs in their ears. The young boys, bleeding with […]

WWW Wednesdays (August 12)

Originally posted on Girl of 1000 Wonders:
This is a weekly meme hosted hosted by Sam @ Taking On A World of Words. To join in answer the following three questions and hop over to Sam’s and leave your link. What are you currently reading?  Westly is such a cute read! It is a much-needed change of pace…

Guest Post: Joanne Guidoccio

Originally posted on Tracee Ford:
Revisiting the Dream During my high school years, I dabbled in poetry while dreams of a writing career dangled before me. But I gave in to my practical Italian side and pursued degrees in mathematics and education. While teaching was a good career fit, in my heart of hearts, I…