A Purple Moon & Apple Pie

From: Gertrud.Weinstein@ gmail.com To: Bea.Lagare@ gmail.com, Majory231@ gmail.com, Marijke.Muskatpompoen@ gmail.com Subject: Eugi’s Weekly Prompt Dear all,  I hope you are well and we’ll meet on Tuesday at mine. You can find Eugi’s prompt from this week here: Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Purple Moon – August 26, 2021 – Eugi’s Causerie (amanpan.com) I suggest we try our Read More

Gertrud Observes A Grief

Gertrud sat in her living room, the picture of a little blond girl in her hands. She did not feel the comfort of her Laura Ashley sofa with many beautiful roses. She just looked at the picture. “C.S. Lewis is right,” she thought. “We start to make up images of our loved ones once they Read More

If We Had A Lemonade…

Hello, out there in the depths of the blogosphere. How is your day going? Has it started yet? I have been up for a tea earlier and then went back to bed. But now, I am ready for what life is throwing at me. I thought I start taking part in Natalie’s #WeekendCoffeeShare. So please Read More

Let’s listen and write (28th August 2021)

Happy Saturday, my dear readers. I hope you and yours are well and you have a moment to enjoy your life. I’ve been a bit quiet here recently because I still try to figure out how to fill this blog. I remembered how much I like to tell a story. I also thought of a Read More

My Favourite Three Reading Apps

Happy Friday, all you lovely people out in the vastness of the world wide web. How are you doing today? I hope you and yours are well and that you have a book to hand to solve a problem or to entertain you.  “Oh, Liz”, you might think, “Some people have to work and can’t Read More

Rosa Enters Hokomaha (1)

Rosa Salaisuus left the shiny apartment block 1A for young and inexperienced Hokomaha employees at exactly 7.30 ancient human time. “I have no idea why I use this measurement,” she thought as she walked along the tiny green and yellow lane towards the enormous dome of “Hokomaha ~ You shop, we drop it anywhere”. She Read More

When you have a book addiction…

Hello fellow book lovers and blog readers, how are you today? I wish you to have a calm and beautiful day. A couple of weeks ago I found the perfect book addiction quote 🙂 This quote made me laugh out loud. Even though I am not sure if Diane Duane meant to read only one Read More

Meet The “Multi-Lingual Poetry Appreciation Group”

This post answers to Eugi’s weekly prompt which is “Midnight”: “Bonsoir, mes cheres,” said Beatrice, the French host of this weeks poetry club meeting, when all four middle-aged ladies were assembled in her garden room. Marjory sat as usual on the thick wooden plant shelf with her back towards the windows into Beatrice’s impeccable garden. Read More

Exploring Yourself & Life with “The Gratitude Explorer Workbook” by Kristi Nelson (e-ARC review)

I thank NetGalley and Storey Publishing for providing an eARC in exchange for an honest review. Publishing Date: 23rd November 2021 Rating: Five Lemonades  I was so excited when I got my first NetGalley read “The Gratitude Explorer Workbook”. Its beautiful cover in different shades of orange, yellow and purple with little sparkles drew me directly Read More

Do You Read Translated Fiction?

Frank Zappa said, “So many books so little time.” and that is even more true today. We can read self-published authors besides all the traditionally published ones. And English language books are vastly available because English is a Lingua Franca. There is always South Africa or India or any other English speaking country if you Read More