Chasing Fireflies

22 Apr 19
Stories That Make You Smile

🌺 There’s no telling where the will o’ the wisps might lead.

☆ EXCERPT ☆ GIVEAWAY ☆

22 Apr 19
Musings of a Mad Misanthrope

I only work two days a week. This is a development that occurred a few months ago, when the agreed upon hours I was working in the other shop were cut back completely, and indefinitely. It was a change that meant all the savings I had managed to put away (a meagre $1700 by the […]

20 Apr 19
Pages & Plots

It isn’t news that during 2012 and 2015 I stopped reading books. I fell utterly in love with fanfiction, and it was what I read every single day. And I know sometimes fanfiction gets a bad rep. It’s only smut and erotica, with weird kinks, for desperate women. But the thing is, it is not. […]

19 Apr 19
Call a Rose a Rose

A soft twilight breeze ruffled my hair and tinkled through my large silver earrings. I pulled my modish beige coat a little tighter around my dress.

The Seine was bathed in the red and orange glows of sunset. I could see the Eiffel tower in the distance, roughly the size of a thimble or a tourist’s keychain….

19 Apr 19
Chasing Fireflies

Well its good friday and whilst i had a couple of visits from my support team this afternoon, I cant help but feel sad that I cant see my family. Easter used to be a big even for us and I miss it. I miss my grandchildren. You might as well have cut off a […]

18 Apr 19
Chasing Fireflies

Im glad you asked lol. It was a challenge to get there. Its been a while since I have seen daylight but i got dressed and off i went. Going past a childrens school and hearing them all having fun and playing was confronting but I just kept going. I finally met her and she […]

18 Apr 19
Zarathustra the Serpent

Magic or drugs, our main characters end up in strange places.

17 Apr 19
kingsoftrain

I. RETURNING {entries 1 thru 25} ~~~~ god’s brain in a small hat – (rabbit) – from surgeries and gardens – a crownless mouth ~~~~ my angel is a scarecrow in a sleeping bag. heaven a movie theater in spain. she walks that way because she is trying to step on her blood. the boy […]

17 Apr 19
Chasing Fireflies

You might wonder why I called this blog by this title. Fireflies always seemed magical to me. Learning as a child that they existed I couldnt imagine how. As an adult I have always loved them. Pretty, magical, elusive. Its only recently that I began to think of them in a way that pertains to […]

17 Apr 19
Chasing Fireflies

So much seems to have happened in the last few months that has caused me pause and given me time to reflect. God so much has happened in my life! I have often thought that if i was to write a book about my life that no one would believe me! In fact I think […]

17 Apr 19
Chasing Fireflies

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

15 Apr 19
Hijacks Journal

Happy things Being wrapped like a burrito in someone else’s heat, smelling the freshness of the fire crackling beside us. wind blowing through the tarp, the sound of the river,  waves crashing against the rocks. the dim light of fireflies, the sound of crickets. the stars above us,  like a game of connect the dots. […]

14 Apr 19
Anathema

Previous chapter Next Chapter     Â     Â  CHAPTER 10      “You could take a John Doe with no acting experience, and if you gave them the perfect role, the audience would weep like it had never wept before. That’s perfection on stage, you see. The real challenge lies in the potential, in knowing […]

14 Apr 19
But Why Tho?

BOOM! Studios today unveiled a first look at Firefly #5 from New York Times best-selling writer Greg Pak (Star Wars, Ronin Island) and artist Dan McDaid (Judge Dredd), along with series creator & story consultant Joss Whedon (the visionary writer/director behind Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Marvel’s The Avengers and more) continue the iconic worldwide pop culture phenomenon’s sold-out return […]

13 Apr 19
Long Story Short

Chasing Fireflies by Charles Martin This book was given to me by one of my good friends as a gift. I enjoyed this book so much, I actually read it in a day, it was one of those books that I could not put down. It tells the story of a young reporter who is […]

10 Apr 19
MOMENTS of CHARITY

A gravel drive leading to a less-than-elaborate terrain, nestled among a backdrop of everything plain. a hand-me-down house with a chimney on top walls made of brick and a door with no lock   Such a small patch of earth to form a foundation for life but it was home to me   I recall…memories […]