Poetry, Short Stories, and More
Did you know I write poetry and short stories? I also nerd out on spirituality, holidays, and history.
I wrapped all of that into one place for an afternoon full of thought-provoking readings.
Warning: some poems and/or posts may contain triggers.
A college-town man, wearing a leather jacket, takes ladies on a ride in a small Midwestern city. One of his lovers decided to jot it all down.
Are you waking up to your ancestral influences? Find out how the Pagans (ancient people) might have practiced Christmas, or Yule, before you came along. Hint: It’s got a lot to do with the Winter Solstice.
Gift procrastinators, look no further. CBCJ’s gift to you is 3 affordable-but-likable gifts that you can wrap up before Christmas.
Enjoy a little poetry from time to time! I wrote this from the perspective of a woman living during the late 1800s. She is praying to her future child a message of hope and love. Click the image to read. Note: Work inspired by The View from Here, a novel by Keith Jackson.
For the morbidly curious, read how Halloween began as Samhain a Pagan tradition and worked its way into the day we all crave each year. Click the pumpkin to read.