Our first day of our honeymoon we spent driving to SoulFest. It was the best day! After meeting Moriah Peters for the second time and then Tenth Avenue North, my husband and I left to set up our little cottage. Once we finished it was time to head back to SoulFest for the grand finale.... Continue Reading →
This sweet short story emphasizes the old saying that "big things come in small packages." Yes, this may be shorter than her previous works, but it does not take away from Ms. Damore's creativity or skills. Those blessed to have read this will tell you that it was an incredible story no matter the length.... Continue Reading →
As a student majoring in Creative Writing over the past few years, I have been learning how to create a successful story. Engages the readers. That is what Stephanie Damore has done with Makeup &Murder. One major aspect of creating a successful story is creating characters that are credible and relatable. A great story draws... Continue Reading →
This is the second book in Stephanie Damore's Beauty Secrets Mystery Series. I will be posting my review of her two others after this one. “Kiss & Makeup” is the second installment in Stephanie Damore’s Beauty Secrets Mystery Books. It is the continuing story of Ziva Diaz and her knack for getting into trouble and... Continue Reading →
Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world. 1 John 4:4 KJV http://bible.com/1/1jn.4.4.KJV
Houston, Texas (photos) is about three hours south of here (Austin). Those poor souls are struggling for survival.
While some people are receiving the help they need, others are still stranded in their homes waiting for rescue.
Meanwhile in Austin: Last week this creek near my house was cracked and bone dry. This is what it looked like today:
Let’s hope Hurricane Harvey dries up for the folks in Houston and surrounding areas.
Depression Part 1
This is the first part of the depression series for the mental health awareness month. Although depression is spreading as we speak, clinical depression is often not fully understood, and is naively, by those who haven’t experienced it, confused with normal sadness or feeling the blues. This post will show the stark differences between major…