Daily Prompt asks us to write about dreaming today. No, not nightmares this time, the good stuff: What is the best dream you’ve ever had? Recount it for us in all its ethereal glory. If no dream stands out in your memory, recount your worst nightmare. Leave no frightening detail out. Photographers, artists, poets: show …Continue reading "Sweet Dreams – Or Not"
“You’re Not Safe” by Mary Burton Publisher: Kensington Books Puplishing Date: March 25th 2014 Rating 3/5 Stars Genre: Romance/Crime The book promises a fast paced story, with a potential to combine romantic as well as mystery/crime elements, but it fails to deliver a fast pace. While the characters are engaging and well rounded, there are …Continue reading "Book Review "You're Not Safe" by Mary Burton"
The happiest memories of my childhood where on stage. Singing in our choir, having the honor of actually performing in theaters, at conventions, at festivals gave a break from an otherwise dreary existence. Our choir leader, was the head of the Musical Department of the town I grew up in. He took our performances seriously. …Continue reading "Performance"
Dare To Dream – A Haiku every breath a risk anticipating changes should I dare to dream? Copyright Claudia H. Blanton 2014 Taking chances does not have to be as grand as “Walking on the Moon”. Taking a chance by making a change is a dare enough. Being a part of the Daily Prompt is a …Continue reading "Dare To Dream"
Deadly Beginnings by J(something) Genre: Romance (adult) Release Date: January 24th 2014 Ratings: 4/5 A suspenseful romance with strong characters, and an interesting story line, that keeps readers involved. The two main characters in this story are very likable and relate-able, with interesting back ground stories, specifically when it comes to the female main character. …Continue reading "Book Review: " Deadly Beginnings" by Jaycee Clark"
Yup it’s award season. Well at least the tail end of it. Only three major events left in Hollywood, the CAS Award, the CDG Awards and the Oscars. Acceptance speeches practiced, changes of winning calculated, perfect place picked out for the statue that comes with the glory, possibly the mantle in the living room, or as …Continue reading "Award Season"
“Did you see her?” Who? The younger woman frowned at her mother. “The one who walks in circles around the complex. She is walking again.” “I am surprised, it is still a little cold.” Mel rinsed off the Granny Smith apple and bit into it with enthusiasm. Mumbling, she chewed, “Those are good.” “What did …Continue reading "Number 49"
Classes in society – an outdated concept? A label of separation we give ourselves to define our differences between each other. It also indicates less of fluidity between motion of successful and just starting out, reaching ones goals, or failing to do so. My neighborhood for example. I live in a nice “middle class” …Continue reading "Classes In Society"
Imagine yourself at the end of your life. What sort of legacy will you leave? Describe the lasting effect you want to have on the world, after you’re gone. Photographers, artists, poets: show us LEGACY. My legacy – I did it my way http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/02/16/prompt-dont-foget/Continue reading "Legacy"
What a wonderful and sweet surprise from Steve Green who nominated me for The Pink Liebster Award. I am very grateful indeed, especially coming from someone who’s flash fiction I enjoy reading very much. He is a very talented man, so I am humbled by his choice. The Liebster Award, like many has some rules …Continue reading "Pink Liebster Award"