A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Seven: Blog Forty-Seven)

Amelie feels a hand gently pushing her shoulder.  She grabs the wrist of the hand.  Unlike “Dizzying Blade” she isn’t inclined to stab anyone who awakes her.  “Get up Amelie,” “One Eye” is whispering in her ear.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Seven: Blog Forty-Six)

“They signaled it will be another day,” “One Eye” shouts down to her with a grin.  “This situation is all yours Assistant Master-at-arms.”

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Seven: Blog Forty-Five)

Amelie, along with the others gasp as Janet jumps to her feet and lets her blanket fall to the deck. 

Book Review of Darren Joy’s upcoming novel “A Malignant Fetch”, book two of the Plagueborn novels

Joy’s second book in the Plagueborn series: A Malignant Fetch, is just as exciting and engrossing as his first novel: A Viral Imperium.

A Meditation on Place

Originally posted on The Wild Heart of Life:
StopTake a breathWhat do you see?A teardrop stain, like dripping condensation on a windowIt smears against the pad of my right thumb.Green fingers of an aloe reaching out and to the lightRotting soilA black gnat sitting on a spore.My hair is everywhereComing out in clumps it hangs…

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Seven: Blog Forty-Four)

The dixopus rears its head back and its red and orange flesh turns darker, almost black like oil.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Seven: Blog Forty-Three)

She realizes the screams are not coming from her dream, but are real, and happening.

Book Review of Nandita Khandelwal’s “Climate Change – Health Connection”

The best description of climate change, how it affects the Earth, and what we can do about it, that I’ve read so far.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Seven: Blog Forty-Two)

“Don’t worry about flicking your hair,” Amelie tells Althea as she attempts again to demonstrate the proper combination of footwork and arm movement when using a sword.