Offshore Life by Dianne Wolfenden I work as a radio operator offshore and have been asked many times what’s it like to work on a drilling rig. Firstly, the helicopter survival course is scary, well one bit of it is: You’re strapped in to a seat by a four-point harness in a helicopter simulator, and … Continue reading Offshore Life
Flaming June by Poppy Flynn June has a lot going on. It’s not just that the days are long, and the weather has finally warmed up. Well, for some of us anyway! The sixth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars, June contains the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, and the … Continue reading Flaming June
Published today, the June issue of Mom’s Favorite Reads eMagazine, our retro issue! Highlights include: * An exclusive interview with Blue Peter legend Peter Purves * Travel articles about Ireland and Athens * Mediation * Barbecue ideas * An exclusive interview with rock duo Fleesh *Life on an oil rig, and so much more Read … Continue reading Mom’s Favorite Reads eMagazine June 2019
Fantasy worlds can be magical, terrifying, and brutal all at once. The Unborn Hero of Dragon Village by Ronesa Aveela tells the tale of a 12-year-old boy named Theo who journeys to a mystical land called Zmeykovo (Dragon Village) to rescue his sister. The map below shows all the places he visits as he tries … Continue reading What’s Your Fantasy World?
Short StoryAedammair’s Choice by Val Tobin Tangled bodies blocked Aedammair’s path through the gorge and almost made her turn around and run back to what remained of her home. She was less than a league from it, and it would be so easy to return. No one would notice. No one would notice if she … Continue reading Aedammair’s Choice by Val Tobin
I had a friend named Paul Glanville. We were both authors and had connections to each other through Amazon’s writer’s forum, WriteOn, and later through Wattpad. I don’t know if I’d read any of his work before we began conversing on Facebook Messenger. He was working on his horror story, Mirage, and I had self-published … Continue reading Paul Glanville Remembered by Kate McGinn
Laura is a romantic detective story with an original plot. It is also one of my favourite films. The film was released in 1944 with a storyline adapted from Vera Caspary’s (1899 – 1987) novel. The plot centres on hard-boiled detective Mark McPherson and his attempts to solve the murder of Laura Hunt, whose face … Continue reading Classic Movies – Laura by Hannah Howe