Coffee Days, Whiskey Nights – book review

I read one, yes one, poetry book in April, National Poetry Month. (I actually started four other poetry collections, but didn’t get through them, so there aren’t being counted.) I’m trying not to shame myself too much for my lack of word intake, but I admit, it’s pretty hard as my TBR shelf looms overContinue reading “Coffee Days, Whiskey Nights – book review”

books i’ve read in 2021

I didn’t read many books in 2021, could probably count how many books on one hand, but I’m hoping that will change, and 2022 will be full of more moments of reading and reviewing. Let’s talk about the few books I did read, though. Some of these books I’ve left reviews for (others I eitherContinue reading “books i’ve read in 2021”

Samhain Festivities

Samhain marks the end of the harvest season and the beginning of the colder seasons. Known as one of the fire festivals, Samhain falls between the autumn equinox and the winter solstice. It’s seen as a time for remembrance, as many believe the veil between the physical world and the spirit world is thin, allowingContinue reading “Samhain Festivities”

Twenty Questions (ITMH Edition) pt. 1

What am I most proud of with ITMH? Honestly, just that it’s out. I’m a very “oh-I-hate-this-let-me-start-completely-over” person and the fact that I wrote this collection and stuck with it has me very proud of myself. Book wise, I’m proud of the pieces inside, the way I was able to get what I wanted allContinue reading “Twenty Questions (ITMH Edition) pt. 1”

Lughnasadh

Lughnasadh, also known as Lammas, falls on August first and into August second. It marks the halfway point between the summer solstice and the autumn equinox, where the days begin to get shorter. Many celebrate this day with baking of breads and cakes, playing games, and making corn dollies. Correspondences: Colours: gold, brown, green Crystals:Continue reading “Lughnasadh”