"In this moment when we’re so disconnected and afraid, the answer might not be a freebie. That might simply push us further apart. The answer might be showing up to do the difficult work of connection, of caring and of extending ourselves where it’s not expected." - Seth Godin: Generous isn’t always the same as … Continue reading Coping Calendar
Everything has changed. I went to the store today and the shelves were almost empty. Toilet paper, tissues and paper towel supplies were nil. They’ve placed quantity restrictions on the little items remaining, and all is carried out beneath the scrutinizing stares of security. Did I complain? No. I can’t source hand sanitizer; although they’re … Continue reading Change in a Pandemic World: Who’s Complaining?
Thanks to Rosie from The Secret Library for taking a peek at Blood Legends: Undead and posting a review.
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Title: Blood Legend: Undead
Author: Kim Petersen
Genre: Urban fantasy/dystopian
Rating: Five stars
** I received a free copy of this book for an honest review **
“What if saving humanity meant facing your deepest fears?
A deadly virus has ravaged the earth. Human survivors spend their days and nights fighting to stay alive in a world now owned by vampires.
Jett’s plans to get further off-grid fall apart when his woman suddenly disappears at the hands of the hawkers – the most deplorable and dangerous humans to survive the apocalypse.
Now, Jett is forced to confront evil head-on as he faces choices that he never dreamed possible.”
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This book made me miss my stop on the tube. I was so engrossed in this book that we went whizzing by Victoria tube station and I was at Oxford Circus before I realised I should have…
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Blood Legends: Undead - Episode Ten Some moments seemed endless. “Marla!” Dark eyes flickered at me. Ginger-beard licked his lips as he clutched the vial of blood. Void. Some moments were barren of thought. His eyes bored into me. My mouth was a desert. A thin figure pushed through the hawkers crowding the stairs. A … Continue reading The Void