Chanel Bonfire – Book Review

I was lucky enough to get a chance to read this book through Glose free. There May Be Spoilers  This story is told by Wendy, the oldest of two sisters that lean on each other to survive their mentally ill mother.  Wendy tries hard to shield her younger sister from the ugly details of their … Continue reading Chanel Bonfire – Book Review

Worth the Climb – Book Review Worthy

“some moments are nice, some are nicer, some are even worth writing about.” ― Charles Bukowski, What makes Audrey J. Snyder’s memoir, “Worth the Climb”,  worth reading is the fact that she overcame the moments that weren’t nice.   Audrey’s story is one of struggles, obstacles, and determination.  As a Black American Woman, she realized … Continue reading Worth the Climb – Book Review Worthy

Fire and Brimstone Servings

On 58th and Broadway, wind blowing, snow whirling, I opened my guitar case. Ringing rhythm of hot jazz and blues. Playing songs with fire,  brimstone servings. Christsake, my family, they were long gone. Came across country, straight out of Chicago. Hell, racing through smoky towns. Eastbound, mind fixed on hidden interest. Lines used from Bob … Continue reading Fire and Brimstone Servings

Dangled Carat – A Memoir – Interview With Hilary Grossman

Hi Hilary, Thank you so much for agreeing to answer some questions for me about your new book!!  I read a sample from Chapter 1 of Dangled Carat, on Amazon  and now I know I must purchase it!!  I was so involved in your story, so I am dying to see what happens next.  I am … Continue reading Dangled Carat – A Memoir – Interview With Hilary Grossman