The world was chaos, but there were two things they could control: What they forgave and the kindness that they gave. Chaos is disorder, unexpected, and disruptive. They learned that kindness was its own brand of chaos. It shifted the probabilities, revealing the hidden possibilities in their wake. So much of life hinges on tinyContinue reading “The Chaos of Kindness”
Category Archives: Poetry
Unsaid: Book Review
I hope you enjoy my book review of “Unsaid” by Asmita Rajiv. I received an ARC in exchange for my honest review. Let me know what you thought of my review and what you thought of her book! We all see things differently, which makes it extra special when we’re able to see things similarly.Continue reading “Unsaid: Book Review”
Light in the Dark
With the days still short and uncertainty rampant, sometimes we all need a little light in the dark. And all light begins with a spark. Although the holidays are over, I hope these stories will brighten your day and provide sparks of inspiration. Light in the Dark The first of these is my short story,Continue reading “Light in the Dark”
Home Body: Book Review
Here is my book review of “Home Body” by Rupi Kaur, originally posted on Goodreads. Home Body by Rupi Kaur My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have been looking forward to this for a while. It’s the first of her books that I had the privilege of reading, and now I want them all.Continue reading “Home Body: Book Review”
In Case You Missed It: Excerpts
I wanted to share some excerpts of my latest writing.
If something interests you, I included links to read more.
Featuring: The Forest, The Great Migration, Surviving Seasonal Depression, and The Moth.