“I’m Candy.” Her voice soft but nasal like a gay male. Each word carefully chewed and swallowed before trailing out through her nostrils. It was not her real name. Not the one she was born with nor even the one on her driver’s license but it’s what she told us to call her that first day. Continue reading Candy
REVIEW: The River’s Edge, by Tina Sears ****Four and a half stars. Outstanding read. A true-to-life coming of age … Continue reading
She walked into the room in the basement of Christ’s church where we met every second and fourth Saturday of … Continue reading RACHEL
Green eyes that once were blue, afraid to look at my face in a mirror when I was a teen. Continue reading Memoir.
Some say he learned magic and just disappeared. Continue reading On Reading.
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Out of the darkness arises the spark of innocence and love that lights up the night of the heart, and illuminates the paradoxically complex gender roles in our society Continue reading 50 Shades, the movie-a review by Fyrecurl