Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage

Genre/Pages: Horror, General Fiction/ 320 pages Price: $12.99 on Amazon Rating: 5/5 *I received this book from NetGally in exchange for an honest review. Holy Moly! Stage writes a gripping psychological thriller that will leave you wondering "Is this really happening??" Seven year old Hanna, to her father (Alex), seems to be a normal mischievous little … Continue reading Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage


The Trauma Cleaner by Sarah Krasnostein

Genre/Pages: Biography; 293 pages Price: $13.99 on Amazon Rating: 3/5 *I received this book from NetGally in exchange for an honest review. This book was excellently written and does a great job of covering Sandra Pankhurst's life. I rated this book a little lower than I normally would because the title and book blurb was a … Continue reading The Trauma Cleaner by Sarah Krasnostein

Floodgates, Thorns and Grace.

Another Great Post by BekahMartin about Mental Illness and the feelings that sometimes overwhelm us. So thankful for her words that make it possible to pinpoint the feelings we aren’t even sure what are.

In Between

I hadn’t heard John’s voice all day. So after “a day” I picked up the phone and called him. No answer. I mindlessly searched for something to distract me from the way I was feeling. Nothing on Netflix seemed sufficient. In the middle of starting a show that just wasn’t cutting it he had come out of a meeting, so I picked up the phone to call him again. Not but one minute into the phone call and a knowing on his end tears began to flood. Familiar words of “good breaths” and “you’re okay” came across the line. Reminders of letting feelings be what they are, feelings. I attempted jokes to quench the crying with laughter. Only then, I was laughing through tears.

After we hung up the tears continued. It was as if a dam broke lose and it wasn’t going to stop until it was done flowing…

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