A thought-provoking sentence from Beneath Devil’s Bridge by Loreth Anne White made me ponder…what do murders say about our community? After digging myself out of a Google Search rabbit hole, I think I have the answer.
A poem and expression of the struggles of trying to live well with MS
A weekly story about all the odds or interesting things I came across in the past week, or more likely, were shared with me by my husband.
Beneath Devils Bridge is a heartbreaking, thought provoking murder mystery worthy of your reading list.
With so many books to choose from and so little time, is there a certain percentage of no return, or will you stop reading at any point in the book?
A poem previously posted in Blue Insights Magazine in response Cultural Prompt: “Expressing Positive Changes Emerging After Our Lives Were Disconnected Physically from Our Pre-Covid-19 Lifestyles”
A historical science fiction novel featuring zombies and a strong female character kicking ass in pursuit of equality…uh, could the plot get any better?
Visiting Antietam National Battlefield: A significant battle of the Civil War
A quick daytrip to Blackwater Falls State Park in West Virginia to see an iconic WV waterfall.
The Thursday Murder Club made me laugh and kept me on the edge of my seat. Who would have thought a single book could have so much to offer? It’s by far one of the most entertaining and unique mystery books I’ve read.
We explored Audra State Park, WV by hiking the beautiful Alum Creek and Cave Trail.
Regretting You is full of romance, drama, teenage angst, and mysteries. Colleen Hoover takes us on a emotional ride, reminding us that, for better or for worse, people aren’t as they seem. I loved every sentence of this book.
A beautiful, impromptu hike along the Application Trail near Harper’s Ferry National Historical Park.
The Internet and anxiety demons relentlessly tried to convince me that Multiple Sclerosis would steal my happiness, identity, and self-worth. At times, it has, but overall I still live a “normal” life.
A Deadly Influence is a well-written story that uniquely explores a possible cult conspiracy-based kidnapping in the age of social media. While I didn’t fall in love with the characters, I thoroughly enjoyed how Omen used their backgrounds to move the story forward. A highly entertaining read for my fellow booknerds who love a fast-paced mystery story full of murders, coverups, and a shocking ending.
My MS diagnosis shattered me. I share my long, ugly coping process to remind others they aren’t alone and your emotional response is normal.
After loving The Girl in Cabin 13 last year, I’ve been anxious to read another A.J. Rivers book. I’m now on a mission to read every A.J. Rivers book after another very entertaining read from this brilliant author.
Researchers have found that video games may improve pain and brain fog, two MS symptoms I frequently experience. This post explores the science, and I share my personal experience with whether video games has improved my MS symptoms.
Shortly after my MS diagnosis, I met with my nurse practitioner (NP) to discuss treatment options. Selecting a disease-modifying drug was the first step. DMDs stop the MS progression by preventing demyelination.
Once again, Chuck Palahniuk pushes our boundaries in his newest horror novel: The Invention of Sound. I’m a long-time Palahniuk fan. His work isn’t for everyone, as he often explores sensitive and controversial topics, which is why you’ll often find negative reviews of his books. Palahniuk’s creativity and writing style often keep you confused until the very end when he skillfully brings everything together. I’ve never read a Palahniuk book that I didn’t love.
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Hi, I’m Alexys.
and I write.