“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” wrote Charles Dickens at the beginning of his seminal book A Tale…Read More
Black Lives Matter and Professional Sports: How Long Will it Last? Sports has always had a tenuous relationship with advocating for social justice causes….Read More
Election Day 2020: Musings for Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Health In this time of uncertainty, anxiety and stress, I would suggest spending some time…Read More
The Way: Through a Field of Stars, Paperback
Celtic Christian Pilgrimage: Sacred Ireland / Iona, Scotland, September 2021!
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Do you ever feel at the end of yourself? As a gifted writer of 19 published works, host of her own weekly radio show,…Read More
It is often a strange and winding path… one takes to becoming an author and for Brian John Skillen whose first book The Way:…Read More
To focus a novel on the act of walking would seem an incredibly risky endeavour. Walking is, after all, tremendously dull. Or at least…Read More
Autres temps, autres mœurs. ~ French proverb “Other times, other customs.” “De 2020, La grande change de l’aire” – The huge change in the…Read More
A few months ago as I was about to become a momma bird, I spent time flying the airwaves in my valley. I was…Read More
Martine Syms’ newest exhibition, Ugly Plymouths To anybody familiar with Martine Syms’ work, it is no surprise that she is a master in the…Read More
Breathe deep When we can Because we can. Remember where our breath comes from Give thanks. Remember those Who cannot breathe. Remember those Whose…Read More
I AM FROM I am from Passion. The land of stone temples and fuming volcanoes. I come from Kings of corn and sun. …Read More
Even in a pandemic You can be kind You can listen You can learn You can watch as the sun sets Changing the…Read More