My Sober year—the half way mark

I want to say I remember it like it was yesterday—January 1st, 2020. Like my friends, I was convinced that this would be my year. We were excited, ready to tackle anything. And then the world threw everything at us. At all of us. But here’s the thing…I’m still convinced this is my year. Though […]

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Holy-Sexy-Southern-Man Batman!

I LOVED this book. Gentry’s instant desire for Lyla was so sexy. I loved his little notes. I loved that he saw pictures of her before meeting her and had that crush. Our heroine was so believable. I could totally understand why she had so few meaningful relationships, due to her parents. She is a […]

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National Poetry Month Prompts

THE FIRE OUTSIDE OUR DOORS LESSONS I LEARNED WEARING ASH I AM THE MOTH TO YOUR FLAME THE SUNRISE IS COLORED IN YOU WE BURN BRIGHTER TOGETHER SCARRING, CHARRING FLICKERING IN THE ABYSS INCANDESCENT INSECURITIES THE COALS I WALKED OVER EMBERS OF LIES YOU REFUSE TO HEAR CIGARETTE BURNS ON MY PILLOWCASE WARM HEARTH, WASTED […]

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