We cherish too, the Poppy red That grows on fields where valor led, It seems to signal to the skies That blood of heroes never dies. – Moina Michael, 1915
Month: May 2012
About the front: When I first saw this cover, I had to click to see more. Not because it contains my favorite colors of all (raspberry) or the pretty girl, but because of the piano. Being a pianist myself and having played since I was […]
Thank you, up front, to “I Am A Reader, Not A Writer”, and Portrait of a Book for hosting this awesome hop! I remember my first boyfriend. Yep, yep, yep I do. Middle school. He was very kind, but *I* was very awkward. Yeah, me. […]
Woohoo!! Today I get to share a whole bunch ‘o goodies with you! These are all my digital tchotchkes … you know, digital dust catchers but fun ones! Check ’em out! 🙂 Whatcha think?
About the front: The light blue of the dress is the element in the cover that caught my attention. And her pose. I thought … ‘that girl is in a pretty dress, sitting in corner with her knees up,’ and then, I asked a better […]
About the front: When I first saw this cover, I figured it was going to be scary. I mean, an empty slide? So many thoughts passed through my head. A missing child. A playground with a ghost. It’s just creepy on so many levels and […]
What did a licensed, master curmudgeon do on prom night? See inside! Interview with Claire Gillian, author of The P.U.R.E.!
Claire Gillian is a licensed master curmudgeon. Yes … she is. She has a certificate and all! So rather than talk about her curmudgeony-ness, I decided to make her walk down memory lane and tell us all about her those early high school years — […]