A Right to Live by Christine Duts, a review

A Right to Live by Christine Duts, a review

My honest review of the fiction, dog rescue inspired book ‘A Right to Live’ by Christine Duts including the best quotes from this cute book.
It’s an endearing little tale from the perspective of a down-on-her-luck dog, Rusty. The story starts out with Rusty being abandoned and continues to follow her through ups and downs, two litters of puppies, and a couple different owners…

Like, Literally

Like, Literally

A short story about an evening in the life of a family with young kids – costumes, parties, and sarcasm all rolled into a flash fiction!
The family had a big night planned; the kids were attending a big school party out by the old smokestacks for Halloween and Clair and her husband Ed had graciously volunteered to help.

Delicious! by Ruth Reichl, a review

Delicious! by Ruth Reichl, a review

My review of the fun, food-centered fiction novel ‘Delicious!’ by Ruth Reichl, including the best quotes from the book.

I found Delicious! in my local book store a while back. I was having a shopping spree day where I just looked at covers and found ones that appealed to me (yep – I was judging by the covers… but then reading the back and making an informed decision, of course).

Generational Integration Day

Generational Integration Day

Short story originally written for a writing challenge – “Today was Generational Integration Day at Meadow Winds Assisted Living. Some cockamamie outreach program designed to keep the residents active while promoting the facility’s “wonderful activities” to the community – you know in case there were people nearby thinking of sending their elders to this god forsaken hell hole….”