Review of Al Capone’s (Dinner Theater)

One of those ads for Al Capone’s popped up while he was looking at Sleuths. No lie, those ads can be annoying and leave one paranoid about Google and Apple and other tech companies, but they’re damn helpful sometimes. 

Obviously it’s prohibition era decor, and heavy on the Italian tropes of that time period. They encourage people to come in costume, and if we ever do it again I will definitely consider it. I love a good excuse to wear a flapper dress. Continue reading Review of Al Capone’s (Dinner Theater)

“Freedom’s Song”: A Well-Crafted Romantic Thriller

Originally posted on Writing to be Read:
Freedom’s Song, by A.K. Lawrence has all the elements of a good romance wrapped up in the plot of a top notch thriller. It is obvious that this is book 2 of the continuing saga of Baldwin series, (novels set in the small town setting of Baldwin, Michigan), but Lawrence offers just enough background to keep me from… Continue reading “Freedom’s Song”: A Well-Crafted Romantic Thriller

Full Irma Evacuation Adventure – Orlando

So, if you were to ask me, “Hey, AK, how was that experience?” I’d have to answer something along the lines of:

I’m grateful we’re alive, that our friends and family and pets are safe. I’m worried, and praying for the people affected. I will never use the name Irma for anything but a murder victim, I think, and it will be gruesome when it happens. I feel like I owe her at least one for my back pains.  Continue reading Full Irma Evacuation Adventure – Orlando