Betrayal

The knife itself is thin and sharp, Falsely delicate, bright and beautifully vicious. It’s wielder’s music the softest harp, His song not the slightest bit suspicious.   When stabbed I…

1356 – Bernard Cornwell

To read books by Cornwell, you have to love medieval England and medieval warfare – and more importantly, English archers. So to enjoy this book, you kind of have to…

About Me

About Me

Writer, Humanitarian, book worm, thinker, ranter and raver, speaker sans filter (just ask my boss), lover of all things super hero related, champion of the resting bitch face, serial killer…

Trump and the Taj

Trump and the Taj

Going to the Taj Mahal, one expects not only to be overcome by beauty, but to be showered in a magical story of love, a love story greater than all…

Daisies

Zero Eight, Seventeen. Etched on his heart. He had to be there, by the walls overlooking the Bastions. He had to see her. A date set in fire and stone,…