BOOK REVIEW: LONG BLACK VEIL by Jennifer Finney Boylan

I love ghost stories. I love reading them and watching supernatural shows on the television – whether it’s one of a dozen ‘haunting’ shows or a movie. If you’ve ever read any true ghost stories or watched Ghost Hunters, Ghost Adventures, or whatever, I’m sure you’ve seen or read about Philadelphia’s famous Eastern State Penitentiary. … More BOOK REVIEW: LONG BLACK VEIL by Jennifer Finney Boylan

BOOK REVIEW: JEFFERSON’S AMERICA by Julie Fenster

I love history. The 1700’s is my favorite time to read about with books surrounding the American Revolutionary War as the main focal point. Hand me a book on George Washington and I’ll read it. But after that time period and after Washington’s death, I’m not that up on the events that took place – … More BOOK REVIEW: JEFFERSON’S AMERICA by Julie Fenster

The Painting of a Propped One by E.F. Olsson

June thought that the artist caught the perfect reflection of what their Sunday nights were like – her singing, Donald playing the piano as young Kathleen turned the sheet music. “Just simply wonderful,” June exclaimed. “You got her likeness spot on.” The artist forced a smile – he was still in shock. Donald walked in. … More The Painting of a Propped One by E.F. Olsson

THE SKETCH ARTIST’S RENDITION by E.F. Olsson {DRABBLE}

The news finally broke in interrupting the television show. I was disappointed – not from the show and the bad actors, but because they took so long. The anchor anxiously warned that the police were on a city-wide lookout for a man, a potential serial killer, and everyone should stay indoors. They gave a description … More THE SKETCH ARTIST’S RENDITION by E.F. Olsson {DRABBLE}