Poe Fernandez thrives on the wrongness of Midnight Falls. He likes to think of himself as a wrong person, who took the right wrong turn, and found a wrong place to which he can finally belong. Midnight Falls will be a perfectly fine place to die. That matters to Poe because, at 31, he knows… Continue reading A Twisted Fate (A Midnight Falls Tale)
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Well folks, it's that time of year again: Pumpkin Spice EVERYTHING. Cut to people in the Southern hemisphere rolling their eyes right out of their heads... I know... we're pretty narcissistic up here. And we're REALLY into pumpkin. Although... are we? We are really into pumpkin aesthetic (and food waste... seriously, we basically grow pumpkins… Continue reading Recipe – Sweet Autumn Butter Because… Why Not?
As far as Bronte Hallows is concerned, Midnight Falls is her purgatory. Though she's never lived anywhere else, she has to believe that other places are better. She also believes she will never see them. Not a one. She is wrong. Bronte is on her afternoon jog, the second of her regular three a day.… Continue reading Beyond the Vale (A Midnight Falls Tale)
Okay, I admit it, things are a bit grim these days. As my area rolls into the second wave of this pandemic, we're all buckling down for yet another season of isolation. That said, I also have to admit that I'm one of the lucky ones. I'm actually doing quite alright, because my family and… Continue reading Fall Crocheting Show & Tell
Midnight Falls is a cursed town. Or, at least that's what Adelaide Williams has always been told. It's not as though people walk around on their tippy-toes, jaws clenched, bracing for the next bad thing. It's more like everyone is walking around, living their lives, almost unaware that they're all collectively holding their breath. It's… Continue reading Welcome to Midnight Falls
I'm going to be perfectly honest, when my province went into a state of emergency back in March, I couldn't have fathomed it lasting this long. To my surprise, summer came and went, and then the first orange leaf floated to the pavement in my backyard. It was bittersweet. Bitter, because I realized we had… Continue reading Recipe – Pumpkin Spice Syrup to Sweeten Your Autumn Isolation
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Weeping Willow, cry!
No more. The wolves will keep you...
In good company.
A hack for the simplest yet delicious caramel coffee!
Every October, I buy multiple bags of tiny pumpkins from the grocery store to decorate my house. It's gorgeous, but it's also food waste, because by the time November rolls around, they're pretty rotted and molded and they go straight into the compost bin. So, this year, I thought I'd try something new. Crochet pumpkins.… Continue reading Crochet – Mini Pumpkin Patch
Hey all! I hope everyone is continuing to stay safe and doing whatever they need to do to get through this weird time we're all living in. If you're on the front lines providing health services, food services, delivery services, or anything else essential... THANK YOU. If you or a loved one is sick, my… Continue reading May Reading Wrap Up
A quick and easy, DIY, Stay-at-Home Maple "Latte" (no special equipment required).
April book picks!
“What day is it?” she asked. “Friday.” I caught a shadow of a smile behind Olivia’s fluttering eyes. “That’s good. I like Fridays.” “What do you remember?” She shrugged, and let her head fall back against the pillows. “Being here. I remember you, sort of. But it’s a bit like a dream. Where did you… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Cry Wolf