Dead Rite, dead wrong and dead on

Hey bloggers,

Yesterday I realized with the semester at a close, I needed something to do to spindle away slow hours at work, considering, working at a tag office is either hectic or completely dead.

That being said, I jumped into a new, short novel, “Dead Rite” by Jim Gilmore. I bought this book along with a slew of others when Hastings in South central Oklahoma went out of business and decided to liquidate.

$0.10 for endless entertainment as I decided to buy about 20 different books and set them all on my bedside table as I slowly work my way through the pile.

Anyway, if I haven’t mentioned before, I LOVE MYSTERY NOVELS and whats more I love books with protagonists that make me feel understand, that cater to the fact that I’m a little different too and writers who write things that I think and feel.

Ever wondered why a book can be better than the movie version?

I have the answer.

The book can be better than the movie because it lets you feel everything for yourself. You create the world and the people in them with the help of descriptive words and feelings and subtle guides that help you build your characters.

Books are like your favorite food, they can always be delicious but you know which places you like to get them from the most.

I like to get mine from mystery novels.

Thanks for reading,



It Is Because I Am Strange 

Mediocrity is defined by Meriam Webster as, “the quality of being mediocre.” Meaning, the quality of being “not very good.” 

Some time ago a friend, who is no longer a friend, told me he saw my life panning out as somewhat average. 

To this day I’m still not sure what to think of that comment. 




All of these words mean something somewhat different but to me, they are familiar. Same.

Once I read a book that said “I am a collection of oddities.” 

I felt like that was me, until the not-so-friendly-friend told me otherwise but I’ve come to a conclusion. 

Yes, I am mediocre but in a world where everyone is trying to be unique, maybe this is my way of standing out. 

“Hey look, there’s that average girl, doing her average things and lovin’ every minute of it.”

Hell yeah. 

That’s me, the average girl, she’s a little odd but look at her go. 
Thanks for reading,