Is the echo of their soul. Just as I sit down to write this message for you, Never Tear Us Apart by INXS starts drifting through my opened office window. The neighbours are using their outdoor sound system. At least they have the fortitude to play decent music. Kirk Pengilly owns the saxophone that carries along the summer … Continue reading A Writer’s Wine
Let’s talk about love connection, baby. “Surrender isn’t about being passive. It’s about being open.”— Danielle LaPorte Remember when you used to play that game of tug-of-war as a kid? You willingly chose to place yourself in a situation where two people or factions fought to keep or obtain the same thing. Love can often feel like … Continue reading Relationship Power-Struggles? It May be Time to Surrender to Love
by Catherine Evans I’m just starting to find them again Towards the end of 2019, my words stopped. I had no words to express myself, my thoughts and feelings, about what was happening in Australia — bushfires, destruction, loss. I still don’t have words to express that, or for the global pandemic that happened next. … Continue reading My Words Dried Up
Cool isn’t just what you say, it’s what you do. Austin Powers. For some reason, the prolific 1960s spy who was unfrozen and thrust into an array of new assignments in a confusing ’90s world, is the first thing that comes to mind when I think of someone exceptionally cool — “Yeah, baby?” Okay, so … Continue reading The 8 Natural Qualities of Exceptionally Cool People
Ode to the women who make it look easy by Jennifer M. Wilson This is a total bait and switch title. Did you think I was going to teach you how to be “effortlessly cool”? Hell no! I have no fucking clue how to be hip! Do cool people still say "hip"? I wish I … Continue reading How to Be Effortlessly Cool
Who and how do you want to be in the world now? You’ve felt the universal lull lately. The void. In past months, you’ve succumbed to a sense of nothingness. Captured in a loop of indecisiveness. Loneliness or abandonment. It is as if we’ve all been suspended in vain, waiting for the slightest sign… a shift…. an omen. Waiting to … Continue reading New Year Energy Revolution
Denial is not just a river in Egypt. “What does love mean if we would deny it to others?”― DaShanne Stokes “I don’t know how you do it.” I’d probably said those words to Jeff more times than Googolplex. He’d told me that his soul belonged to her and that was how much he loved … Continue reading Is There Ever a Time to Deny Love?
Title: Blood Legends: Ascension
Author: Kim Petersen
Genre: Urban fantasy/dystopian fantasy
Rating: 5 Stars
“Not even the most cunning vampire can outsmart his way toward Ascension.
The dome city is complete, and a new society must be established. An impenetrable wall separates the districts. The division between factions of humans and vampires is drawn. Slavery, blood, and power are the only objectives in a fascist world.
With the radical changes underway, Jett, a rebel vampire with a secret goal to find a cure for the V-Virus is forced to make life-altering choices when his overlord announces plans to claim his daughter as the first ever vampire queen.
Will Jett play it safe and conform to the new world? Or will he stand firm in his beliefs and seek out his own kind of ascension?“
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Here’s 5 things I learned about money, racism and girlfriends by Anna Foga I have always been somebody who doesn’t care about money, living most of my life on a budget. I am a traveler and I usually try to stay away from the money-focused society, preferring to spend my days lazing away in a … Continue reading The Things I learned from Dating a Mexican Millionaire
What’s the deal with money charms and superstitions, anyway? “When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.”- Lao Tzu When I was a girl, my grandmother gave me a little pink purse with a coin inside because it was ‘bad luck’ to give someone a purse or wallet without doing … Continue reading The Promise of Powerful Money Charms