Tag: Arthur Miller
HOT FLASH: Sweaty Witch. She’s Hot!
Hot Flash or Hot Flush (Originally posted on April 15, 2022 on reedshorepress.com) You’re in the middle of a presentation at work. It builds in your face, creeping towards your chest. The increased pounding of your heart beats like you’re sprinting. You grab a folder and begin to fan yourself nonchalantly with a smile, hoping […]
It’s Not All Tinker Bell Fairies
Who doesn’t know who Tinker Bell is? If you’re a Disney fan (raises hand), you know Tinkerbell is the fairy of Neverland from the play and movie Peter Pan. She’s tiny, has teentsy wings, and sprinkles magical fairy dust so children could fly.
Build Dem Bones and Muscles
What are Osteopenia, Osteoporosis, and Osteoarthritis This blog post is a long one. I want to establish that I am not a medical professional, you should always consult your medical practitioner for a diagnosis and medical treatment before making any changes to your diet and starting an exercise regime. Osteopenia occurs when the bone mass […]
Pagans, Witches, and Satanists. Oh My!
“Pagan!” “Heathen!” These terms have been spewed in a derogatory manner for hundreds of years by people who are members of the majority religions of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Exactly who is a pagan or heathen?
The Witches of Menopause
Witches of Menopause. Did you know most women accused of practicing witchcraft were old and menopausal?
Salem Witch Trials: Hanged and Stoned
The first thing readers ask me: why do you write about witches in your books? My interest in witches and witchcraft began with The Crucible, a play written by Arthur Miller and required reading in high school.