The Fine Line, conclusion, by guest essayist Amy Fernaays

Somewhere in the middle a casualty of war exists in the form of privately owned businesses. Reservists that own a company must find someone to run their company while they are deployed. For some reservists this means shutting down a business and losing everything to service their country.  The men and women that served to […]

The Fine Line, part 4, by guest essayist Amy Fernaays

Besides his family, the reservists’ has the added worry concerning his job. In our economic climate today, it is very possible that his job could be phased out or the company could close. Many National Guardsmen work for fire departments, police, and in hospital; which can cause a hardship for a small community when a unit […]

The Fine Line, Part 3, by Guest Essayist Amy Fernaays

The composition of America’s military has changed a lot in the past 20 years. With increasing military budget cuts the military began shifting more of its assets, i.e. military soldiers, into the Individual Ready Reserves (IRR). This creates a workforce military. A workforce military transfers a majority of the financial responsibility on the worker and on […]

The Fine Line, Part 2, by Guest Essayist Amy Fernaays

New laws add to the confusion, and businesses are having a difficult time understanding the obligation they have to a returning employee. Organizations, companies, and the government are trying to find solutions that help meet the needs of the workforce soldier, the Reservist. To understand, you must first know what an Individual Ready Reservist (IRR) […]

The Fine Line, Part 1, by Guest Essayist Amy Fernaays

This is a nine-page essay written by one of my friends from college. I’m going to break it up over several posts. Her essay is about the problem of men and women serving in the armed forces and coming home to find that there are no jobs for them. “Inside the Churchville Veterinary Hospital, veterinarian Rick […]

Repost: Soul Survivor

Soul Survivor:My Interview with Poet and Author Sherry Lee Knight Introduction: What makes a great writer? A long time ago, a pair of twin sisters lived in a small, poverty-stricken village. Their names were Nature and Tragedy. These sisters grew up, and married a pair of brothers. The sisters became pregnant, and both delivered sons, […]

I’m Adding book reviews!

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    I have some exciting news for you,  lovely readers…..I will soon be adding book reviews. Here is a list of the genres I will be reviewing: Fiction Nonfiction Historical Fiction Historical Romance Anthologies Poetry Christian Fiction Mythology & Folk Tales Young Adult Children’s Books Biographies & Memoirs Comics & Graphic Novels Mystery, Thriller, […]