Cirsova's Chen Cover Today is March 15th, readers! If you saw the review posted on March 12th, then you know that Cirsova Magazine’s Spring Issue is LIVE on both Amazon* and their Aerio store today! You can read my review of this issue here to see what you will be getting when you pick it … Continue reading Bulletin: Enter the Cirsova Spring Issue and A New Kickstarter!
Cirsova Magazine released their roster for next year’s issues, readers. Yours truly made the cut during this past submission call, and she will once again have a story available for your reading pleasure in Cirsova’s 2021 Summer Issue! If you click this link here, you will find the story’s title and place in the particular … Continue reading Bulletin: Coming Next Summer!
It has been a long time since I watched Rowan Atkinson’s Mr. Bean*, though admittedly, this author does not remember much of what she did see of that series. The last time she saw him onscreen was when she watched Johnny English*, a comedic jab at the James Bond* film series. Mr. Atkinson has returned … Continue reading Four Full Minutes of Fun
This little bird looks less like he flew over the rainbow and more as if he went right through it. Click the link to learn more, readers! The Rainbow Colors Of This Bird Are So Mesmerizing People Thought It Wasn’t Real By GoAnimals Apr 5, 2020 Every once in a while, we come across pictures of … Continue reading A Colorful Songbird
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Pgfmui3xxk For those who may not have followed the film trilogy, How to Train Your Dragon* is based on a book series by Cressida Cowell. In the course of this saga, Ms. Cowell tells how Vikings – better known to history as Norsemen – trained, rode, and hunted using dragons. Her final book ends with … Continue reading How to Train Your Dragon and the Presentation of Family in Media
Cirsova's Summer Special* Once again Americans gather ‘round the table to celebrate Thanksgiving Day. The frenetic hustle and bustle of Christmas preparation, along with the seemingly increasing speed at which we live our lives today, dies down for at least twelve hours during this uniquely American celebration. If only Sundays were this tranquil! Unbound III: … Continue reading A Grateful Author’s Thanksgiving Day Observance