The Ruin

FULL Transparency here, I chose this title, from the bin of a thrift shop, without even reading the synopsis on the back because of the cover… It just called to me! The first time I read The Ruin by Dervla McTiernan (early 2020), I finished it very quickly. Not only was it within a genre … Continue reading The Ruin

Moody Days in Hollow Bay

Working two jobs (and endeavoring to write more) doesn't, on the surface, leave much room for a great deal of other things (especially reading) most days but, thankfully, there is enough routine (a nice way of saying monotony) in one of my jobs that it's created a nice opening for me to both exclude myself … Continue reading Moody Days in Hollow Bay