Review: The Legend of the Apache Kid by Sarah Black

Rating: 4.75 stars Dr. Raine Magrath is lazing about in a hotel hot tub when he sees young Apache Johnny Bravo and his grandfather by the side of the pool. Johnny is in town for his first film festival and to meet with a man about the independent film Johnny has made. When Johnny joins… Continue reading Review: The Legend of the Apache Kid by Sarah Black

When It Comes to Understanding People or Characters Is Music the Key? Thoughts on Novels and Playlists

When you are reading a story and the characters within are people you can relate to or commiserate with, do you ever stop to wonder why these fictional people seem so authentic?  How has the author made them so real to you that you cry over their pain and  or laugh in shared joy when… Continue reading When It Comes to Understanding People or Characters Is Music the Key? Thoughts on Novels and Playlists

It’s Thanksgiving and the Week Ahead!

Hard to believe I will be cooking away starting Wednesday.  I have pies to bake, and a fresh turkey and stuffing that need my attention.  There are some last minute things to get like the pears and baby arugula for the salad.  I know it never gets eaten as the focus is on the bird… Continue reading It’s Thanksgiving and the Week Ahead!