Life After Death

Or, how I survived the loss of my parents. Surviving a loved one’s death can only be personal and subjective. We all react differently, we all perceive differently, we all emote differently. Some feel the loss more keenly than others, some not so much. But one thing you can be sure of is, the loss… Continue reading

Autumnal Equinox

Given we’ve had 13 straight days of beautiful blue skies and exceptionally warm weather (for this time of year) I was still surprised to see my first glimpses of Autumn, during my walk to the Botanic Gardens. The leaves on some trees are already wonderful hues of gold and orange, and yes, vivid red.

My To-Read Pile

What with illness and holidays, I didn’t get much reading nor reviewing done, this summer. Hoping to make up for lost time, I added a new book to my ‘To-Read’ pile this weekend. The stack is relatively small at the moment: SILENT SCREAM – Angela Marsons BLACK FALL – Andrew Mayne FEAR THE DARKNESS –… Continue reading