Where have we come from? Where do we plan to go? What have we offered the world around us? To me those are the true measures of success.
I have hit on this subject matter before but since it is something that really resonates with me and it seems something that so many people have to deal with in their daily lives I am going to broach the subject again
Upholding the law in the Shady City is a tough job but Sophie isn’t shy of it. She was just a little girl when the bombs began to fall on Levinkrantz. She escaped a war zone. She has little fear.
I can almost hear the collective moan as we recover from a year long hangover of lockdowns and all sorts of other struggles. Regardless of that I hope you all had a great holiday.
What is art if not to influence? What are the dark reaches of the world if not to explore? What is curiosity if not a little on the morbid side?
How would society be if we just treated people they way we do with mothers with young children in tow? how far we would go?
A question was raised to me the other day that really does bear thinking about. And that question was, ‘do you think violence in movies, books and video games creates more violence?’ Given the nature of my own work this is an interesting concept.
My TS sisters are some of the most caring, loving, intelligent and delightfully creative women I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet. It’s always a pleasure to help them achieve their full potential.
The dream world has always fascinated me. Those little stories that your mind tells you as you sleep can be vivid and memorable. They can be akin to some of the best experiences of your real world and they can also make you realise worst. Since I’m a lover of all things macabre I’m going to take a look at some of the darker moments I have experienced in the dream world.
If you could witness any historical event, which would it be?
Supporting girls with Turner’s Syndrome
The doctor's waiting room can be a terrifying place. 1 in about 2500 females worldwide suffer from Turner's Syndrome and yet there is still so much awareness to raise. By purchasing my novels or by donating any amount you can you are helping Ragdolls UK reach more girls who need their help. From the bottom of my heart, thank you!