My First Book Review: Touch & Go by Lisa Gardner

I’ve never written a book review before so I consider myself fortunate to have ended up with a pretty engaging mystery novel for my first one.  Tomorrow, I will post my review for “Touch & Go” by Lisa Gardner for the Blogher Book Club. From the outside, the Denbe family has it all. They own […]

Book Reviews! Yes!

We’ve had a wealth of LGBTQ posts lately – so much is happening, my head spins. From queer bashing to scouts … allies dying, allies alliances being analyzed, Jim Nabors got married at  82 to his partner, and the City seems to be flicking the switch to my website on and off and on again. […]

NaBloPoMo: Does Navel Gazing Generate Energy?

Today’s topic is self-generated after reading a little online dialogue about the impact/value/merit of the NaBloPoMo exercise. The question seems to be – does a writing exercise that may generate somewhat banal content have merit – does the content generated count for anything beyond the original experiential benefit of creating it? I’m new to this […]

NaBloPoMo: Exhaustion

Pgh Lesbian Correspondents

Wednesday, January 9, 2013 Talk about a time when you used up an extraordinary amount of energy and were exhausted. It seems that each day, the prompt ties so nicely into my unique circumstances. Let’s review – pulled my back, concussion (bumped my head again today – yikes), carpal tunnel in my right hand and […]

NaBloPoMo: Recharable Batteries

Pgh Lesbian Correspondents

Thursday, January 3, 2013 What is your favourite way to recharge when you feel drained of energy? Hello. I’m 3 for 3! I refrained from peeking at today’s “prompt” so I could do a little stream of consious writing. My favorite way to recharge is to sleep. I love sleeping. It is one of the […]

NaBloMoPo: Energy from Coffee and Synapses

I’m giving NaBloMoPo a try. What the what? Its a month long blogging exercise – National Blog Posting Month. People usually do this in January around thanks. I’m inspired to give this a try. ENERGY Today’s prompt: “From where do you draw your energy?” Some of my natural energy comes from synapses crackling a little […]