This show is a captivating, sexy, mysterious and a sometimes bone chilling feast for the eyes.
I have to admit getting my brain to switch from analytical writing to creative writing can be a challenge. June of last year I set a goal to blog every week about outlander until season three wrapped. The purpose of that goal was to grow readership while writing about something I love. I kept trying … Continue reading The Droughtlander Cure
I am a bit of a book worm to begin with but ever since I discovered Audiobook a couple years back I started to devour books at an alarming rate. From a young age, hearing a story told was and is perhaps my favorite thing of all time. I realized recently that I grew up … Continue reading 3 Books you Have to Listen to
Donna Del Oro throws us into the opening scene, written as the prologue. We find ourselves In 1940, on a Ferry setting sail across the Irish Sea. Nazi Spy, Clare Eberhard watches as her husband (also a Nazi spy) bludgeons a young woman to death. This poor woman, Mary McCoy, was murdered because Clare was … Continue reading Book Review: Bodyguard of Lies