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Fault Line by C. Desir

The most obvious audience for this book is people who have been directly affected by sexual assault.  I think this book could help both victims and the people close to them with processing their feelings and seeing that they are not alone — especially friends and family members of rape victims, since there aren’t many books about the guilt, shame, and helplessness they often experience.  364 more words

Book Review

Quake

Q is for quake, because for me, that which stood still was a reason to run.


Where would you actually go, in the middle of an earthquake?

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A To Z Musing

Annette Reviews: 2015 Reads So Far

Well, I am doing pathetic job of reading this year.  I’d be more ashamed of myself if it wasn’t for the fact that I’m also trying to be a grown up and working a bazillion hours a week.   525 more words

Book Review

SOPHIE BARBASCH

Fault line by Sophie Barbasch.
“Fault Line is a project I am doing in the small coastal town of Brooklin, Maine. The protagonist is my younger cousin Adam, who lives there. 141 more words
Photography

Shake, Rattle and Roll - The NZ Government Legislates For an Earthquake or Ten

We had better start saving our foreign aid dollars now, because sometime in the next couple of years our closest neighbour, ally and cricket rival is going to need them desperately; and if you thought the earthquake that destroyed Christchurch was bad, well you ain’t seen nothing yet, b-b-b-baby you ain’t seen n-n-nothing yet. 112 more words

New Zealand Politics

Fault - Lines

There is a fault line in our bed

Each of us too scared to cross it

Fear that it may swallow us whole

There is no promise, no guarantee… 41 more words

Writing