Tag: east coast

Mid-November

The early morning arrives… The sun rises later and the sound of the AM crickets are no longer heard like they were in the recent months. Instead what’s alive and kicking against my window is the whistling of the wind and the cry of a passing train, which peacefully fades. From that alone, I can…

‘Hollow-ween’

October 31, Halloween. Originally a holiday honoring the dead, which gets celebrated differently across the globe. Here, in the United States, the holiday is celebrated with costume wearing, kids trick-or-treating for candy, costume parties and watching spooky movies etc. Yet, it seems that Halloween in the U.S. has become more hollow, and could be re-titled…

Farewell August

“Pink sky at night sailor’s delight; pink sky in morning sailor’s warning.” I look to the mixed-pink summer sky watching the sun set to the west here on the East Coast. As the soothing sky blushes for its admirers — immediately I can only think of the sailor’s rhyme my father used to enthusiastically tell…

Book Excerpt: Kyle McKenna

Happy Saturday everyone. It’s a gorgeous day out here on the east coast, and a perfect day to reveal another small excerpt from a book I’m working on. Chapter 1  “She smiled and kept staring into Mack’s pale-colored face, which was now as red as a tomato with sweat noticeably showing on his forehead. Her…