Mid-Week Updates: Dark Fairytales and Readathons

Destroyed Destiny Update I hope your week is going well and that you're all having a lot of wonderful reading! I know I've had my nose buried in books this year with all the extra time I have available to read. For anyone that has been consumed into the Mary C. Gebhard's Crowne Point series…

Short Story – Holiday Thriller Part II

Photo by Andrew Neel from Pexels John had just arrived at his hotel, checked in and was heading to settle in his room. The flight had taken a toll on him, especially after having worked so many hours this week. But this was an important next few days of client meetings. They would determine the future of the…

Short Story – Holiday Thriller

The wind was blowing hard outide the window as she stared into the blanketing darkness. Her kids were nestled in their beds upstairs and her thoughts could willingly drift to the loneliness of the holiday season. Her husband had disappeared a year ago during a business trip to LA. His things had all been left…

November Updates – Reading, Writing and More

It feels like October slipped by in a wink; without any thought for those of us here, it had arrived and then vanished just as quickly. I expect November to be much the same but there are several lessons I took from the month of October. You Can Read Too Much I read approximately 13…

Emotional Reading – How Well Do You Relate To What You’re Reading?

For the last few years, I've read a lot more books related to business leadership, empathy and overall how to be a better leader within an organization. It's what I studied in graduate school and continues to be something that I am passionate about in my current career and my personal development. Lately I've been…

Weekly Reading Update @adventurenlit #ilovereading #readingforlife

I hope you're all doing well and enjoying the quiet and relaxed time at home. Many of us are starting to experience an easing in the lock downs around us and I know lots of people are really excited and getting out to places again. For me, I'm still absolutely loving being home with my…