Finishing Strong, New Release, and Autumn Equinox

It's been another busy week around the Hall household, but I'm happy to say it's been an exciting one. Not only did AIW Press release the anthology, Quantum Wanderlust, but I finished the first draft of Unknown Reasons on Tuesday night. As with most of my writing projects, it took me longer than anticipated to … Continue reading Finishing Strong, New Release, and Autumn Equinox

Full Moons, Time Travel, and a Holiday

After taking two days off from my day job last week, I had a five day weekend with the Labor Day holiday. And can I say those five days went by incredibly fast? Somehow, in my busyness to finish Unknown Reasons as well as formatting another book, I lost track of the fact we had … Continue reading Full Moons, Time Travel, and a Holiday

December~Winter Solstice and More

December. The twelfth month of the year. It's unbelievable almost a full year has passed since I began this series. Activities, holiday festivities and celebrations fill the month of December - one of the busiest times of the year. The winter solstice occurs on December 22. What else can we learn about this month? December … Continue reading December~Winter Solstice and More

November ~A Time of Thanksgiving

In most parts of the United States, trees have already lost their leaves. However, where I live we often see the peak of fall colors in November. Daylight Saving Time ends and nights come early. But what else can we learn about our eleventh month? November, the ninth month in the ancient Roman calendar, gets … Continue reading November ~A Time of Thanksgiving

September ~ The Golden Month

Kids have started a new school year, summer vacations have ended, and autumn begins later in the month. Leaves have started to turn, birds begin to migrate, and change is in the air. It must be September. Time to learn more about this ninth month of the year. September gets its name from the Latin … Continue reading September ~ The Golden Month

August ~ It’s Summertime

Whether you're basking in the sun, or hibernating inside an air-conditioned house, the eighth month of the year is often the hottest in the northern hemisphere. Although autumn doesn't arrive until the third week of September, the daylight hours have grown shorter. Let's learn a bit more about the month of August. August gets its … Continue reading August ~ It’s Summertime