I feel a little silly for sharing this. It was probably just a scam. But I've had trouble sleeping ever since this happened and I need to know if it's true. If you have heard about this group, let me know. I was going to get some components for a project the other day, when… Continue reading Praying Mantis Society
Mysteries are a wonderful escape from the world. Life is so complex that our everyday problems rarely resolve themselves as neatly as they do in fiction. That charm should not be underestimated. Remembering Lauren is the first novel by police officer turned author Misha Jordan. The story features Nikki Freeman, a vet tech trying to… Continue reading Book Review: Remembering Lauren
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Thou saidst that I alone thy heart could move And that for me thou wou'dst abandon Jove. I lov'd thee then, not with a love defil'd. But as a father loves his only child. I know thee now, and tho' I fiercelier burn, Thou art become the object of my scorn. See what thy falsehood… Continue reading Memory of a Dream
I'm not sure if anyone else has noticed the tectonic shift in paleontology over the past 6 years, but since our son came along I have visited more Natural History museums and watched more dinosaur programs than I ever expected. The changes have come so quickly that even Dinosaur Train has had trouble keeping up.… Continue reading Book Review: Dinosaur Empire
Misha Jordan is a former police officer and the author of Remembering Lauren. Misha is a native Floridian, currently residing in Tallahassee with her husband, daughter and two adorable furr-babies. Her hobbies include cosplay at Renaissance Faires and conventions, rock painting and gaming (both table top and online). Could you tell our readers a little more… Continue reading An Interview with Misha Jordan
I recently went on a mission to discover books that had once been essential, but have fallen out of favor. There is a lot to learn from forgotten classics. Many of them are surprisingly modern sounding and deal with contemporary struggles. One of the books I recently picked up and couldn't put back down was… Continue reading Diary of a Country Priest