There are so many things to draw inspirations on. A lovely breeze, the smell of fresh baked cookies, or a small little ally that's the perfect place to dump a body after a murder.... Okay, maybe that last one is a little specific to a crime writer.... I'm talking about the things that inspire me,… Continue reading My Writing Inspirations | I SPY, IN JULY
I thought it was about time I did a book review on my blog, and Boy!!! It's a doozy! I've known about Ted Dekker since I was in school. When we were in 'high school' (or 'secondary school' here in Aus) my friends LOVED his book House with Frank E. Peretti. Me, on the other… Continue reading Book Review – A.D. 30 by Ted Dekker
Bullying. It's an UGLY word with a lot of negativity attached to it. Usually, Bullies have been bullied. Usually, victims are innocent. Usually, bullying is scarring for all involved. Everyone is different - that's life. We have many different cultures and many different personalities. Being bullied is not an excuse or a reason TO bully.… Continue reading Bullying Is An Ugly Word
Over the last year when I left my stable full time job to seek out more creative work, I applied for one in particular that I secured an interview for! But, something came through in the confirmation email that was NOT what I bargained for. What was supposed to come? A map of the area… Continue reading Meant For Me…?
Every criminal swears black and blue, up and down, and side to side that they're innocent. So what happens to those who are? They’re lost in a sea of claims; lost in a pool of lies. The ones who are truly innocent, don’t have a voice - they have a whisper amongst other shouting voices.… Continue reading Innocent Until Proven Guilty?