Top 10 Moments – Outlander Episode 403

  Yippee! This was a fun episode! One of my favorite aspects of how Diana Gabaldon writes the Outlander series is jumping between two time periods. This Episode entitled, The False Bride does just that! Here are my top moments from Outlander Episode 403 --   Brianna and Roger Reunite   After an awkward hello … Continue reading Top 10 Moments – Outlander Episode 403

10 Shows to get us all the way through Droughtlander

We've been in a funk my dear outlander fans. Snuggling up in our plaid throw blankets eating peanut butter M&Ms and relentlessly re-watching episodes of outlander likes it's our job. Ok, so you can maybe guess what I have been doing, ahem. However, I imagine you all have been participating in similar post season rituals. … Continue reading 10 Shows to get us all the way through Droughtlander

Book Review: Bodyguard of Lies

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

Words from a Mother’s Heart

A mother's heart is tender, fierce and full of love.  As I sit here minutes before the clock strikes midnight, officially transforming my 12-year-old daughter into a teenager, I can't help but feel that time is just slipping away.  August 19th 2004 at just two minutes past noon, Leina Christabeth came into the world. After … Continue reading Words from a Mother’s Heart

My Favorite Episode of Outlander: and why that will never change

My favorite part of a story is when we first meet the main character. Every character comes with a backstory and the back story is interesting in and of it’s self. What I love about first meeting a character is that we (as the reader or viewer) know that this is where the REAL story … Continue reading My Favorite Episode of Outlander: and why that will never change

Pursuing My Dream

  In April I finished writing my first complete novel. It is currently a little over 43,000 words and it is a fantasy fiction novel for Middle Grade readers. It was absolutely thrilling to write and I already have the story lines for books two and three for a potential series. Writing a novel in … Continue reading Pursuing My Dream