Author: Sharon

SHARON July 13, 2021SHARE:   FACEBOOK  TWITTER  PINTEREST  TUMBLR Now that the grip of the pandemic is loosening, we are getting on with life the way we once did. As with any great interruption in life, we can experience lingering effects of that season. But there is one topic we tend to bury and struggle to […]

SHARON July 9, 2021SHARE:   FACEBOOK  TWITTER  PINTEREST  TUMBLR Northern Spy is a story of Tessa, an intelligent, career-focused woman raising her infant son on her own. The Irish Republic Army has been active. Terrorist attacks have threatened the peaceful life Tessa shares with her sister, a paramedic, and her mother, a house cleaner. Everyone, including […]

  Northern Spy is a story of Tessa, an intelligent, career-focused woman raising her infant son on her own. The Irish Republic Army has been active. Terrorist attacks have threatened the peaceful life Tessa shares with her sister, a paramedic, and her mother, a house cleaner. Everyone, including Tessa, wants a united Ireland but some […]


The Most Natural Antidote for Physical and Mental Health May be Missing in Your Life SHARON June 22, 2021SHARE:   FACEBOOK  TWITTER  PINTEREST  TUMBLR I have had the benefit of “throat clearing” five decades to see change in society. I’ve learned about many modern medical advances and pharmaceutical cures for things that ail us. Yet a […]

  I have had the benefit of “throat clearing” five decades to see change in society. I’ve learned about many modern medical advances and pharmaceutical cures for things that ail us. Yet a remarkable and less than quantifiable feel good signal has waved at me for the entirety of my years. Chances are, you have […]

SHARON June 13, 2021SHARE:   FACEBOOK  TWITTER  PINTEREST  TUMBLR Have you ever regretted the choices you’ve made in life? In The Midnight Library, Nora Seed regrets everything, believing she is insignificant and of no use to anyone. She can’t even properly care for her cat, which happens to be the last straw in her state of […]

SHARON June 11, 2021SHARE:   FACEBOOK  TWITTER  PINTEREST  TUMBLR When I was in my early twenties, I accepted a position at a group home for teenagers who were wards of the state. I enjoyed the work and saw promise and potential in the kids immediately. They had been dealt a most rotten hand in life and […]