Reflection of 2021 & Invitation to 2022

Hello there! It’s great to see you made it to 2022 – whew! I just have a few things to mention about 2021 along with some upbeat words for 2022. REFLECTION OF 2021 First and foremost, I’d like to pray for those who didn’t make it through 2021 be it COVID related or not. For their families and friends who suffered and continue to mourn the loss of a loved one. I, personally, was told news of loved ones who had COVID and those who died from COVID. This year, needless to say, has actually been one of the most … Continue reading Reflection of 2021 & Invitation to 2022

Parks and Adventures

To all my fans out there, I have another website titled, It is a website my husband and I created together sharing our park adventures. We have pictures posted of parks we’ve been to along with sights we’ve encountered at the parks. Please feel free to look around and follow us as well. If you love parks as much as we do, then you will definitely love this website. More coming soon! Thank you, ❤ Cristina Isabel Continue reading Parks and Adventures

Melancholy Dreams – Surviving the Battle of Depression/Poetry celebrating Mental Health Awareness

Hello Fans!  I’m sorry for being so “away” from you guys.  There has been a lot going on since the COVID-19 pandemic.  People I know personally have struggled mentally because of this pandemic, among other things, and that is the topic of choice:  Mental Awareness.  There are different types and there are different ways in which people can cope with them.  My cup of tea is Depression.  Over time, I have dealt with Depression in not a constructive way, whether I drank myself away or cut myself down (literally!).  I am not ashamed because I have cut myself multiple times … Continue reading Melancholy Dreams – Surviving the Battle of Depression/Poetry celebrating Mental Health Awareness

Women in Horror Month – Red Lagoe

AUTHOR BIO: Red Lagoe grew up on 80s horror and carried her paranoia of slashers and sewer creatures into adulthood. She often spends several hours a day spewing her horror-ridden mind onto the page. When she’s not writing, she is substituting at the elementary school like a normal upstanding citizen. Red also enjoys amateur astronomy and can be found lingering in the inky shadows for a better view of the stars.  AUTHOR Q&A: 1.  When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? RL:  There was no sudden moment of realization. I’ve always enjoyed creating art. And I … Continue reading Women in Horror Month – Red Lagoe