5 Things C E Hoffman’s Cat Taught Them About Life

The following philosophical-satire (if that’s a thing) was submitted by C E Hoffman, author of Sluts and Whores. But it has to be a thing, especially since writers love satire – I mean cats. Sluts and Whores is a short story collection in which each story questions stereotypes that are long out of date, mergingContinue reading “5 Things C E Hoffman’s Cat Taught Them About Life”

Going Into the Dark – Enchanting Poems for Winter Solstice

As the shortest day of the year approaches – Winter solstice – we might not be feeling any love towards the cold, or the dark of the winter solstice. But poetry reminds us of the beauty in all things, even the frosty, bitterness of December days and the Winter that lay ahead. (Header photo byContinue reading “Going Into the Dark – Enchanting Poems for Winter Solstice”

Strangers in the Night – Love to Read: Frank Sinatra’s Favorite Bookstore

We all know Frank Sinatra for his lyrics, his songs, his love of women and living large. But, did you know he also had a love of a bookstore, Shakespeare and Company, a small independent bookstore in Paris? Ed Walters, a former pit boss at the Sands, in Las Vegas, who was taken under Sinatra’sContinue reading “Strangers in the Night – Love to Read: Frank Sinatra’s Favorite Bookstore”

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