Who Is Joan Jett? The Answer Behind One of Rock N’ Roll’s Most Legendary Females

   The Life of Joan Jett “So when you tell me a girl can’t play rock & roll, you’re not saying a girl can’t master the guitar, you’re saying girls aren’t allowed to play rock & roll because rock is a sexual type of music and being sexual is not allowed for girls.” – Joan Jett  Who is Joan Jett? Joan Jett is a singer-songwriter … Continue reading Who Is Joan Jett? The Answer Behind One of Rock N’ Roll’s Most Legendary Females

King of the House Elves by Holly Merry

Holly Merry has been writing for as long as she can remember. Some of her happiest memories are entertaining her family with stories that she wrote. Holly adores penning fantasy and historical fiction, short stories, and poetry. Most of Holly’s inspiration comes from the heritage and countryside of North Wales, where she lives. She has won numerous writing competitions, including the Bridport Children’s Prize and … Continue reading King of the House Elves by Holly Merry

My Horse Says No Boundaries by Sherilyn Moore

Sherilyn Suzetta Moore is an artist, poet, author and a devoted horse trainer and animal lover. She has spent majority of her life learning about horses and training with them. She started at a very young age, and it quickly became one of her biggest passions in life. In her book, My Horse Says No Boundaries, Sherilyn Suzetta Moore will take you on a journey … Continue reading My Horse Says No Boundaries by Sherilyn Moore

Comics and Art by Krysta Crawford -Fleur de Villainy

“My heart was touched by many of these children and their families; which would bring a smile to my face, even during the hardest shifts and longest nights.” – Krysta Crawford Krysta is an imaginative story teller and is also a comic artist! In three weeks her comic, Wolf and I: Tides of Truth launches!  A fae, a mermaid, and a meowl fall down a … Continue reading Comics and Art by Krysta Crawford -Fleur de Villainy

Untitled by Kathryn China Hayzer

They never closed the doors within their house. Lies and deceit permeated the interstice between love and hate, (and over time caused) irreparable harm to something that could have been mundane. Hearts and desires superseding nuptials the voyage ended short in dismal and dissolute disarray. Belying their vows, trivial “he said” and “she said” was, virtually nonexistent, as each party sought refuge in the arms … Continue reading Untitled by Kathryn China Hayzer