Book Reviews, Christian fiction

Road to Nowhere (review)

Road to Nowhere by Paul Robertson My rating: 5 of 5 stars Genre: Literary, contemporary murder mystery. Worldview: Christian. Plot in brief: A proposed highway connecting tony Gold Valley to petrified Wardsville galvanizes Jefferson County residents and has everyone taking sides for and against. Who’s really behind it? How will it impact Wardsville’s quaint image… Continue reading Road to Nowhere (review)

light, nature, Poetry Friday

Leisure these days

I've been keeping up with the November Poem-A-Day poetry prompts at Poetic Asides. Yesterday's was  "Talk back to a dead poet. Choose a poem you like by a poet who is no longer living and offer a rebuttal." I chose the poem "Leisure" by W. H. Davies (1871-1940). Here is the original: Leisure What is… Continue reading Leisure these days

light, nature, Poetry Friday

Duck Pond Primary

Duck Pond Primary Crows are campaigning for the abolition of eagles and hawks. Starlings are a pollster’s nightmare can’t make up their minds about anything. Ducks hang around the path in true socialist fashion: Why get ambitious when most walkers carry birdseed or bags of bread? A solitary heron is the pond’s pundit but he… Continue reading Duck Pond Primary