Book recommendations, chronic illness, reading

Book Review: Cull by Tanvir Bush

As an aspiring author, I'm always on the lookout for new authors that inspire me. This book appeared in my Bookbub offerings in February, and I was immediately interested, for obvious reasons. The title and the cover speak volumes. (see pic below) It's disturbing to hear so many stories about disabled people being further victimized… Continue reading Book Review: Cull by Tanvir Bush

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A new career – finally believing

The questions never stop Can I teach again? Should I try it? Am I just giving up? The best days are the worst The doubts eat me alive Two years I've pretended Waiting to get busted Who gets to call themselves a writer? Not me. And yet, the shift has happened The genes have shifted… Continue reading A new career – finally believing

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Camp NaNoWriMo Prep

I've started a new project and I'm fighting the seat of my pants that wants to take off and just get on with writing, and am madly prepping and outlining in anticipation of Camp NaNoWriMo in April. Last July and November, I was working on a project about chronic, invisible illness for the writing challenge.… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo Prep

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Bathroom Renovation Part 3: Now that’s a tub!

You can read Part 1 here, and Part 2 here Unlike the hobbit tub that was first installed, this is the tub I was after. Besides being much deeper, wider and longer than the flimsy all-in-one unit suggested by the bathroom place, it doesn't have the non-slip bottom that asks for grime to build up.… Continue reading Bathroom Renovation Part 3: Now that’s a tub!