Month: February 2016

Late Night Thoughts and Coffee Cups

For some reason I always end up staying up late, immersed in my own thoughts and creativity whenever I go back home to my parents for a visit. Could be the change of scenery or maybe just the comfort of being on home base that brings out something that’s been tucked away for a while.  Some of it probably comes…

My Hometown is Full of Ghosts

There’s a special feeling that comes over me whenever I go back to visit my hometown. It’s where I have most of my family and so many memories. A city that (even with its changes over the years) I can still trace in my mind, eyes closed, a million miles away from it. It’s the place that will always be…

Let it Touch You – POEM

By the caress of passing minutes The fingers of lost dreams Lips of promises  Let it touch you And see what happens * By the shiver of maybes and ifs The embrace of your past Breath of creativity Let it touch you And listen closely * By the warmth of the future The whisper of hope Dance of life Let…

NOS4A2 by Joe Hill – REVIEW

I listened to NOS4A2 on my Audible app.    Genre: Horror Publisher: William Morrow & Company Published: April 30, 2013 Pages: 692 (hardback) Audiobook length: 19 hrs and 41 mins     Synopsis by the publisher: Victoria McQueen has an uncanny knack for finding things: a misplaced bracelet, a missing photograph, answers to unanswerable questions. When she rides her bicycle over…

When Eyes Meet

Have you ever tried keeping eye contact with a perfect stranger? Being drunk and flirting across the dance floor doesn’t count! As many of you know I live in Norway, and there’s a sad truth about most Norwegians. Most of them are hopelessly bad at lifting their gaze from the ground (or their phones) while their out among strangers. Our…