A lot of us have Israel on our bucket lists. I know it’s on mine. Take those larger-than-life Old Testament heroes. Even if your only interaction with them was back in Sunday School, most of us have some vague memories of those tales from days of old. And their stories never grow tired. In times … More Of Fire and Lions
I like weird. I like swimming. I like stories about other writers. And I like a good mystery.
Remember that old party game “Telephone?” A message is passed from person to person and at the end of the line it is spoken aloud to the group. Hilarity ensues when I love eating grilled cheese and bacon sandwiches with chips and a glass of milk turns into Grover Cleveland’s guilty pleas banned leprechauns from … More Foxy Bibliophile: WE, THE JURY
You know that person you wanted to be when you grew up? There’s still time. That’s the message of Chris Bohjalian’s latest murder mystery, THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT. And it’s damned good news, too–for those of us who are old enough to know that one’s life is the sum total of one’s choices, good or bad. … More Foxy Bibliophile: The Flight Attendant
Every once in awhile, I’m reminded of the years I spent teaching ROMEO & JULIET to fresh-faced ninth graders who loved it for two reasons: They are throbbing hormones preoccupied with all things sexual and Shakespeare delivers with lots of deliciously dirty innuendos and even a sex scene in the third act/climax whereby the two … More Foxy Bibliophile: Home for Unwanted Girls