I Puked in Yoga Class

Got your attention, didn’t I? Greetings, Dandelions! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Far too long. It’s hard to share my crazy bipolar life when I have stuff to work on in my crazy bipolar life. What is that “stuff?” That stuff would be self-care. And if you read one thing today, this is it….

[Flash Fiction] Welcome Back Roe Horvat!

Hello Internet! Welcome back Roe Horvat for today’s Flash Fiction! In today’s story, there’s one thing about putting in the time for a relationship, but what happens when your boyfriend exists on another timeline all-together? Silver Dust by Roe Horvat   Jens slapped at the shower handle to stop the water. He strained to listen….

[Flash Fiction Friday] August Li Drops In!

Hello, Internet! Today I have another first time guest for Flash Fiction Friday, welcome August Li! Gus as we affectionately call him, brings us a fantastic tale of remembering when things were beautiful, but beware, memory can be deceptive. The Gardens at Fontainebleau by August Li It hangs in the second-floor double drawing room, not…

You Are Not Garbage

Well everyone, here we find ourselves again. Unbeknownst to everyone, I had planned my mental health posts every two weeks. And only known to me, I’ve blown that deadline twice in a row. Honesty is the best policy! So let’s get back on track! This is a revisit of one of my way older topics…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Welcome Thianna Durston!

Hello, Internet! Welcome Thianna Durston as a first time player for Flash Fiction Friday! In today’s tale, a loving couple get more than they bargained for when their adorable pet chihuahua finds himself a new toy. Mikey’s Toy by Thianna Durston “What a day,” Stalt exclaimed, faer eyes bright and shining as fae walked in…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Sera Kane Joins The Party!

Hello, Internet! Sera Kane joins us here today for Flash Fiction Friday. She brings us a beautiful piece of a Phoenix and a goddess, and the recounting of the day the ocean turned to blood. Worthy Offering by Sera Kane   Vengeance is a terrible reason to live, and a worse reason to die.  I…

What Bipolar Disorder Is Like To Me

Greetings once again, my Dandelions, and welcome back. When I started this blogging journey about living with bipolar disorder, I honestly didn’t expect I’d stick with it. Which is strange because of how much I pride myself on helping others and being a strong advocate for mental health. I would say to myself “Who the…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Welcome Antonia Aquilante!

Hello, Internet! Welcome back Antonia Aquilante for this edition of Flash Fiction Friday. Today, she brings us a heartwarming tale of a long flight home may not be so bad with the right company. Business and Pleasure by Antonia Aquilante Daniel strode through the airport at just short of a run. His last meeting had…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Welcome Laura Lascarso!

Hello, Internet! Laura Lascarso drops by for this edition of Flash Fiction Friday. She brings us a tale of that awkward moment of running into your ex at the grocery store. You’re buying condoms, and he’s buying diapers. As a special treat, Laura is also giving away a $10 Amazon Giftcard! Target Confessions by Laura…

Pitfalls of Miscommunication

Greetings my Dandelions, and welcome back as I continue this series of posts on mental illness. I’d like to thank each and every one of you for commenting and sharing these posts on social media. It means a lot to me. And not only that, it means a lot to someone who needed to see…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Welcome Back M.A. Church!

Hello, Internet! Join me in welcoming back M.A. Church for today’s edition of Flash Fiction Friday! Today’s tale is something truly magical when a workaholic takes a vacation to the Happiest Place On Earth in “Beware of Lamps.” Beware of Lamps by M.A. Church Obviously Murphy’s Law was in effect, because everything that could go…

[Guest Post] Racheline Maltese and Erin McRae with The Art of Three

Hello, Internet! Please welcome Racheline Maltese as she discusses her new release The Art of Three, co-written with Erin McRae. For me, reading romance has always been a little bit aspirational. The characters I identified with (whether heroes or heroines) are always just a little bit cooler, hotter, and more resourceful than me. They are…