Last Month On The Bookworm Is In: Oracle Decks

 This month's topic was requested by my fellow writer K. A. Parker and is all about Oracle Cards. Cartomancy Minus the Tarot or What's the Deal With Oracle Cards? It is hard to track the history and origins of Oracle Cards (also called wisdom cards), mostly because the term itself is a bit misleading. Any deck... Continue Reading →

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People I Read: Kim Harrison

There is nothing quite like having a window into life of someone who has achieved success doing the work you dream to do. Especially if this person creates things that you admire. Kim Harrison is one of my favorite authors. I adore her urban fantasy Hollows series and enjoyed her new science fiction thriller The Drafter a great deal. Originally, I... Continue Reading →

People I Read: Martha Mack

There is a certain stereotype about being vegan (or vegetarian) that seems hard to shake. They are seen as pretentious, stuck up, and easily offended hippie/hipster/PETA members who actively shame meat eaters and sneers at anyone who is not as committed to their cause. It is an image that does no favors for the perfectly nice... Continue Reading →

People I Read: Sandy Kinsock

Sandy Kinsock has the rare ability to make basketball interesting even to those of us whose eyes get glaze the moment we see that orange ball on the TV. Kinsock is a graduate of the University of Pittsburg with a degree in Political Science and an avid life-long interest in basketball. His site Without Pause is a fledgling bare... Continue Reading →

Coming Soon

I have decided to start two new and somewhat similar categories of posts. The first is 'People I Read' in which I will share awesome people I come across both online and off. The second is 'On My Shelf,' which explores writing resources I have found. Some posts, like the first person I highlight tomorrow, will... Continue Reading →

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