“You Can’t Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought” (& You’re the One by Greta van Fleet)

Hello readers, Today I am joining Mischenko @ReadRantRock&Roll with  Shabby Sunday Vintage Book shares. The first book is “You Can’t Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought” (1988, 1995) by Peter McWilliams. If you like quotes, this book is for you.  Almost every page has a quote that relates to the theme or topic McWilliams is writing … More “You Can’t Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought” (& You’re the One by Greta van Fleet)

A Day at the Beach with William V. Pietsch (April 2022)

Hello Everyone. Welcome to another post for the Priorhouse APRIL 2022 series. Yesterday’s post (here) was about reading Drucker at the beach, for a week, back in June of 2021. Today’s post is about a different beach reading adventure.  Last month, my husband and I celebrated our wedding anniversary with a short trip to Norfolk, Virginia. The … More A Day at the Beach with William V. Pietsch (April 2022)

#ThursdayDoors & Victor Hugo Quotes (11-04-2021)

Hello readers, this week’s Thursday Doors post is linking up with Sunday Stills #Eerie and #WQW cold ). The first door photo is from downtown Richmond, Virginia – and it has an eerie and chilly kind of vibe.  Quote: “There was freedom in his agony. His legs alone were motionless. It was there that the shadows … More #ThursdayDoors & Victor Hugo Quotes (11-04-2021)

Body Food, Mind Food (Lens-Artists & Mahesh Nair’s book Chaotic Alleys)

The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge theme is “One Photo, Two Ways”. I decided to feature some throwback photos to go down memory lane and introduce you to Mahesh Nair’s book release. I have TWO free hard copies to give away – so be sure to check out the end of this post.  Let’s start with a photo of my … More Body Food, Mind Food (Lens-Artists & Mahesh Nair’s book Chaotic Alleys)

I’ve Fallen – and I CAN get back up (Sunday Stills)

Hello readers, joining in with Terri’s Sunday Stills (here), which has the theme of #Fallen. Let’s start with those North Carolina workers “fallen” in the line of duty – to pause and remember – let us remember them and all that have fallen while working – or serving our country.  **** On a more personal note, If you … More I’ve Fallen – and I CAN get back up (Sunday Stills)

Spring 2020 – Two Herbs & Two Books (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #105 )

The weekly theme for the lens-artists’ photo challenge is Spring (here) Here are photos that reflect my spring: >>   …   What about you? Growing any herbs? Have you read any good books this spring – or summer? Hope you have a great rest of your day  CARE TO JOIN in with the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge … More Spring 2020 – Two Herbs & Two Books (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #105 )

BOOK: Towards the Light and The Mad Quest by Trent P. McDonald (and Peanuts Comics)

Hello Readers, I wanted to share my top three takeaways from Trent McDonald’s book, Towards the Light and The Mad Quest: Two Novellas – on sale here at Amazon  Last April, I featured Trent’s book cover – here –   because the artwork reminded me of a painting by Forthemo: Well today it is time to briefly … More BOOK: Towards the Light and The Mad Quest by Trent P. McDonald (and Peanuts Comics)

Water, A View from Japan-PART TWO (2020 Countdown 2 of 31)

Happy Monday. Today is day 2 of the 31 day 2020 Countdown.   Here is PART TWO of sharing tidbits from the book “Water, A View from Japan.” PART ONE of “Water, A View from Japan” is HERE Today’s post was a “draft” and we all know that some drafts need to be trashed, but I thought this one … More Water, A View from Japan-PART TWO (2020 Countdown 2 of 31)

BOOK SUGGESTION: Uncommon Poems for the Common People by Charly Priest

Hello Readers, I wanted to share a post about Charly Priest’s poetry book now available here on Amazon! This poetry book would make a GREAT Christmas gift for a guy – because even though Charly’s poems will appeal to BOTH men and women, Charly offers a man’s take on topics relating to war, love, and self-development. … More BOOK SUGGESTION: Uncommon Poems for the Common People by Charly Priest