Wednesday, January 22, 2014
eTreasures Publishing is hosting a two week giveaway of 'The Sacrifice', starting midnight - January 22, on Facebook. Stop by for your chance to win an e-book copy.
Reader Comment: I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed this story! This was wonderfully delightful! It is reminiscent of an old fashioned French fairy tale or the Grimm's Brothers stories. I loved it!!!
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Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Two brothers follow their father's footsteps as "hunters" fighting evil supernatural beings of many kinds including monsters, demons, and gods that roam the earth.
Obviously, I’m a little bit behind on my entertainment. SUPERNATURAL aired in 2005. I began watching the first season late last year.
Netflix is wonderful. I’m discovering all the good shows I missed. I don’t watch much television, but on most days, I usually absorb about an hour. For now, that hour is spent enjoying the adventures of Sam and Dean as they destroy evil.
Evil comes in many forms. SUPERNATURAL does a nice job of addressing each paranormal situation. From Bloody Mary to a Killer Clown, you’re never quite sure what the boys are going up against in each episode.
But, it’s not all about hunting. The characters’ backstory is intriguing and aspects of their lives continue to unravel. I just finished up Season Two. I look forward to seeing where the hunters go within their own lives and what evil they stand up against throughout the show.
I’m especially impressed by the scare factor, the moment when you jump just a little because you weren’t expecting what happens next. You never see it coming. It takes a lot for a show to make me jump in surprise, but SUPERNATURAL manages to do it over and over again.
I recommend this television show to anyone who enjoys stories of the supernatural. You’ll be hooked from the beginning, and entertained with each new ride.
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and is ready for a brand New Year. It’s going to be a blast!
|New Years in Village by Jon Sullivan|
Most people start each New Year with Resolutions. Most of those people abandon their plan halfway through January. Some jot down goals for the New Year, and when they fall behind, they discard it all. Since this happens year after year, I wonder why those same people continue the process.
I’m sure there are many who stick to their guns and continue forward accomplishing great things. Congratulations and keep doing what you do.
For those who continue with failed attempts, why not try something new this year?
Take it step by step, month by month, a day at a time. Make your steps small and achievable. I’m not saying don’t reach for the stars, I’m saying be realistic. Don’t set goals so high, they are unachievable and set you up to fail.
Set something small for January, and when you achieve it, celebrate. For February, you can up the stakes a little, but not too much. It’s better to set your goals low and go above and beyond, rather than not reaching them at all.
I wish you all the best in the coming year. Let’s get ready for that first step toward our goals.