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Blog Tour Review: Ask Again, Yes by Mary Beth Keane

Ask Again, Yes is about the inextricable links that form between two Irish-American policemen’s families in New York. Francis Gleeson and Brian Stanhope meet as cops on the same South Bronx beat in July 1973 and soon move upstate, settling in as close neighbors in the suburb of Gillam. 371 more words

Fiction Reviews

tragic losses (troibun)

It is tragic when depression wraps a person so tight with layers and layers of prickly wool. A person falls victim to that predator who distorts their lens and forges their vision seeing no way out. 58 more words


It's All in Your Head?

I had a conversation with a teacher friend of mine today and one of the things I love most about her and spending time with her is that when she and I talk it isn’t small talk of any kind. 881 more words



i have been living

out of hotels

and suitcases

for at least

the last four weeks

but i suppose it has made it

that much sweeter… 6 more words

Walk away

I saw it.

I saw it all.

He was feverishly kissing her mouth, her neck, and her face. His hands leaned against a wall, each of them on either side of her head. 142 more words

Mental Illness

Goodnight bloggers

Goodnight fellow bloggers. Want to know more about me and my journey with mental illness follow me on here and read my very first blog. It has my story and journey. 95 more words


"what I saw"- Gloria Jean, Deanna Durbin and Early PTSD

The first time they met in 1939. “It was the best day of my life”, Said Gloria Jean
Photo from Author’s personal collection

As PTSD is now recognized as a mental disorder, it was harder to detect back then,. 1,236 more words