Write about what you love to read but that doesn't mean you have to LIVE there! Life imitates Art. In 2019 I sold everything I owned and began a journey to visit places I'd read and written about. I started in the city known around the world as the place they assassinated John F. Kennedy. Who could forget … Continue reading WHAT’S IT LIKE TO LIVE IN A WAR ZONE?
One must start the day off at Starbucks, and yes, Cats are revered in Turkey, in the Islam religion, so this beauty was saying hello to everyone before she went on her independent Christmas Eve day. I sent Santa this above message and followed it up with the one below, because last year I was … Continue reading Christmas Eve (for an non-traditional girl) in Istanbul. A photoblog
Three years on, July 15 continues to be etched in people's memory REPRINTED THANKS TO: ŞEYMA NAZLI GÜRBÜZ@SeymNazliISTANBULPublished15.07.201900:07Updated15.07.2019 People stand their ground against the tanks of the coup plotters, July 15, 2016. The coup attempt has its place within the Turkish people's minds as one of the most catastrophic days for the country, with some … Continue reading A Coup? What was it like in Istanbul 2016?
Haga Sofia Where I met my friend... Old meets new built against the walls of the Topkapi Palace 1460 + AD Yes, you must behave in public in this lovely old spot.
Could you fall in love with someone who's Bisexual? I present to you the magnificent sexy hot and bi Willy Cartier. I've decided I have a new Muse. I find sexy people an inspiration to my writing process. Maybe they help me find my voice...you know, the one deep inside that you're unsure you really … Continue reading Musing…
Memoirs are easy. You sit in front of your computer for what might be years, put a knife in your heart, and bleed. This week I received two editorial 5 Star reviews and four 4 Stars. Reviews are important, yet not really in the grand scheme of life. Would I stop writing if a review … Continue reading Memoir: Put a knife in your heart and just bleed.
Lynda's story will help someone avoid the health crises that plague our society today. Attention to early warning signs, self-care, emotional intelligence, and self-love are all concepts that Lynda covers in her personal and sometimes humorous story of how she went from 6 months to live in 2008 to cured and living a healthy life … Continue reading If This Book Could Save Lives…
The Earthquake in Chiapas/Oaxaca was 8.1! It was larger than the one that devastated Mexico City in the 80's. Mexico City felt this one and had damage but nothing like the last major earthquake in the city. However, the people of Chiapas and Oaxaca have lost everything. 65 Dead so far. And what the world … Continue reading 113 Earthquakes in the past 7 days in OAXACA and CHIAPAS. Please help.
Es Cana, Ibiza, Spain - August 1977 Jose took an immediate dislike to me. He worked as a waiter at the Panorama hotel near the seafront. I had been there to see Diane, an English girl I met while at work in Grannies Bar. Petite and with short blond hair, she had … Continue reading Meet #RWISA Author Robert Fear
Your Wildest Dreams I inhaled sharply when I recognized the introductory riff wafting from my favorite 80s station as Your Wildest Dreams by the Moody Blues. Even though I had the original 45 RPM record, the album on cassette tape, and more recently, the CD, I kept them safely locked away so I wouldn't … Continue reading Welcome #RWISA Author Marcha Fox