Decluttering tips I've picked up over the years.
I'm looking for early readers for my new novel, The Welsh Gambit, book 2 in my Tudor Throne series. (I already have one here, and she had fun so maybe you will too! 😉 This novel continues and deepens the stories of Margaret Pole, Lady Anwen, and Lady Anne Tyrell from the first novel, as... Continue Reading →
Man’s hubris knows no bounds. Mary Shelley knew this when she wrote the now-famous novel, Frankenstein. And so it is a fitting tribute to have her portrait hung on the walls of a mansion in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, as a reminder to audiences that the themes of her book are still relevant today. The... Continue Reading →
Free will is such a complex topic, theologians have dedicated entire volumes to it, what it means in the spectrum of divine grace, and how much humans have of it (could we really destroy ourselves, or would God ‘stop us’? if He would stop us, is that the end of our ‘free will’? Does our... Continue Reading →
After walking out of this film, I have to conclude either the critics did not “get” The Greatest Showman, or they did… and didn’t like it. Or maybe it’s the fact that the film hits them where it hurts, with the critic within the film representing the wider critics at large, and the film asserting... Continue Reading →
Coco is about the human desire to believe in an afterlife, and our quest to have our life mean something. It explores these themes through the eyes of Miguel, whose desire to become a “famous musician” leads him to steal a guitar on the Day of the Dead and fall into the afterlife. When he... Continue Reading →
I read a book on relationships that said what people most desire from others is acceptance, the ability to be loved for who (or in spite of what) they are. When others reject us, it hurts. It causes us to lash out, or withdraw, or feel unworthy. The truly terrible thing is, I see this... Continue Reading →