The story itself is fantasy, but the underlying significance lies in how we deal with tragedy and hardship; how the choices we make affect others, and how the decision to live a purposeful life can have a positive contribution.
This Weekend's Author spotlight is on Enesha Bennet author of the YA/Fantasy novel, Secrets of the mind and also the children's book author of My little brother which features her own children. E.J Bennett is a stay at home mom of two young children, a girl age 5 and a boy age 2. Due to her... Continue Reading →
. I would love to take a few moments of your time to introduce you to an amazing poetess (IF you don't already know her, that is!). Writer of lyrical prose that never fails to make me "sigh!", I simply had to invite her to share more about herself and her writing in a Lime... Continue Reading →
. Although it has, indeed, been some while, I have not forgotten about spotlighting my fellow authors/poets/bloggers through my In The Lime Light posts. Life just took me away for a short time. Still, good things come to those who wait (Good things being the amazing author I am about to share with you... Continue Reading →
Welcome Back Saturday, OH How I missed you! And Welcome Back intrepid reader, visitor or lost soul in search of something interesting to read...You've found Booknvolume and my weekly spotlight of an other Author or Poet, Photographer or Artist. You've popped by just in time to meet Dorinda Duclos, poet extraordinare and author of Night... Continue Reading →
Is it Saturday already? OH How time flies, but no matter, because Saturdays mean Lime Lights and that is fine with me 🙂 Time to shine the spotlight on another well-deserving Writer/Creater/Poet/Author who I recently met via Twitter (great place, Really, you ought to visit sometime if you don't usually). But who you can also... Continue Reading →
I am Simply Delighted to introduce you to Amy from Petals Unfolding blog (found at: https://herladypinkrose.wordpress.com ) If you are not already familiar with Amy's work, I highly recommend visiting her exquisite blog. Her photography is utterly beautiful and, in my humble opinion, keeps getting better and better. Her thoughts and inspirations on Life, Love,... Continue Reading →
Exhilarating and distinctively bewitching, The Good Witch of the South will whisk you off to a place you THINK you know for a journey that is as fresh and unforgettable as the classic from which it’s spun.
CROWMAN is inspired by the Native American myths about the sun being kept in a box and freed by the crow. Once I started to think about what such a world would look like, the book began to form in my head.