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They say authors all need one (who “they” are is too numerous and varied to mention), so, I have one. My blog, like many others, is just an extension of my writing life.
S.F. Powell Musings
Occasionally my blog blurbs about the little things that make life better (or worse). Whether you agree or disagree, hopefully, you’ll find nuggets that make you chuckle, or soften inside, or give you pause. Life is a ride, ladies and gentlemen; let’s hang our heads out the window and take in the scenery of the journey with the wind in our faces.
S.F. Powell Inspiration
Are my muse and my inspiration the same thing? Yes … and no. My muse gets me putting pen to paper—those things belong to me. My inspiration(s) however can belong to anyone. If I’m not “musing,” my blogs will offer snippets of inspiration: be it song, or quote, or an obscure whatever. If you’re looking or hanging out of the window on this ride with me, you’ll be fine.
Sharing the joy is fun. Book clubs do that by their very nature: reading a story together, sharing their insights, disputing a plot point. This page is for book clubs: now fans of S.F. Powell books.
Every now and then, an author attends events and participates in other happenings to meet and greet and get interpersonal with fans, authors, and all-around lovers of the written word.
In Broken Benevolence, Dr. Alexander provides trauma counseling to crime victim, Cecily Brooks. Attacked during a home invasion, Cecily has more than her personal mental stresses to overcome.
I really enjoyed reading this book. As a person reads any book, you often find yourself predicting how the scene will play out. As I read Like Sweet Buttermilk,
I am definitely not a reader... but this book was really amazing. I could understand the feelings of both parties. Yet it even made me jealous of their