Fiction – Kindle edition; House of Anansi Press; 424 pages; 2016. Review copy courtesy of the publisher.
Imagine if someone close to you was accused of a sexual crime. 1,085 more words
Friday night was a Girl’s Night, and I brought the dessert. Now, my girls are fantastic at being my taste tasters and when I decided that I would give peach crumble a try, they were all onboard for tasting it and letting me know if it past muster (and yes, it did). 399 more words
One of the greatest issues of the 20th century was that people had their identities thrust upon them by others due to some sort of arbitrary label. 1,097 more words
We were all raised on the classical stories of pirates. They were fantastic tales that kept us spellbound with concepts of adventures on the high seas brisk with sword fights to find buried treasure. 1,201 more words
The draw that certain artworks have on us is uncanny. It is like certain deep messages or feelings seem to ooze from those artifacts that enlighten our spirits in almost unspoken ways. 1,055 more words