Month: November 2014

Revival by Stephen King (Review)

In Stephen King’s latest novel “Revival” we meet the narrator Jamie Morton telling the story from childhood to later on in life.  As a young boy he meets Charles Jacobs, the new minister in town and becomes instantly fascinated by this man and the rest of his family. One of the things that make a strong bond between Jamie and…

After Life by Daniel Ionson (Review)

 In the story of After Life we meet Kaemen and his fellow warrior-elites, The Wolfhounds, getting ready for war as Seer Mecas’ return to the nation Gaescea with a premonition of darkness and doom has the whole nation worrying for their future.   But as they get ready they suddenly find themselves trapped in The Land of the Dead with no…

The Leap of Change (photo+poem)

Once again I’ve collaborated with the wonderful and talented Kirsti Hegre Backman.  I love that we can put our minds and our passions together. Go and take a look at some of the other photos taken by Kirsti HERE! Photo: Kirsti Hegre Backman Model: Maria Berg Eriksen Poem: Christina de Vries Stick around for more! We will be posting a new…

These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner (REVIEW)

In These Broken Stars we meet Lilac LaRoux (daughter of the richest man in the universe) and Tarver Merendsen (a young war hero) traveling on the massive spaceliner The Icarus.  The Icarus in mysterious ways gets yanked out of hyperspace and by coincidence Lilac and Tarver ends up in the same escape pod. They end up on an unknown planet without any…

Dark times

Originally posted on hegre backman:
If you can’t fly then run If you can’t run then walk If you can’t walk then crawl But whatever you do You have to keep moving forward. – Martin Luther King Jr It’s getting darker every day, I know I should get some work done, and I am trying, but it’s not always so…

A New Kind of Morning

For those of you who are frequent readers it will be no surprise that I’ve been struggling with my arms and shoulders the last months. After starting treatments and my life has changed. There are a lot of the things that I used to do that I can’t do anymore. I cannot carry heavy weight, I’m not able to write…

The Shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer (REVIEW)

The Shock of The Fall is a story about mental illness, family, loss and grief. We meet Matt, a boy in the end of his teens who writes about his life. He writes about growing up with his brother Simon who has Downs syndrome, about the grief and the blame he feels surrounding Simon’s death and he also writes about…

To Whom It May Concern

Have you ever had a person in your life that didn’t deserve to be there? Someone you thought of as maybe more than an acquaintance but one day realized that they didn’t even deserve that title? Most of us have. Most of us will. I’m not one to often rant on my blog but there’s something that has been on my mind…