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in the reading room: more RIP, Dewey's Read-a-thon, FrightFall, and #15in31

Last weekend, I asserted that I didn’t care much for vampire stories. So why did I choose to read ‘Salem’s Lot? It was a combination of little reasons, I suppose. 921 more words


Review of Bette Golden Lamb and J.J. Lamb's Latest Novel - Bone Dust

The focus of my blog is to review book series and not individual novels, but writers are going to continue writing novels within a series even after I have done my review, so I plan on reviewing the individual novels as they come into circulation.   352 more words

Book Review

Chapter 4

Social media is a funny thing. Before I died, I must have posted so much for people to guess. I posted being unwell, I posted being depressed, I posted about betrayal, I posted about going away and giving messages via songs to my son and my husband. 536 more words


Chapter 3: One year before

I’m sitting. In a wheelchair. The rheumatologist is consulting with the cardiologist and pulmonologist. My husband is texting someone. The nurse is preparing the steroid injections to be jabbed into my joints. 681 more words


Chapter 2: HIM

We weren’t always like this. There was a time, just a few months ago, when her laughter used to fill up the room, making even those who didn’t know her, smile indulgently at her. 684 more words


Now online: Your daily medical thriller!

I work so seriously and hard all day, and my day begins and ends with healing chronically ill people or those who are battling lifestyle health issues. 198 more words


Chapter 1

As I’m falling down the hotel building, my thoughts seem to be in slow motion. I know I don’t have to jump and die. I could have been sitting in the comfort of my five star hotel room in this hypocritical city, filing my brittle nails, awaiting the convulsions. 485 more words