OH in the Newsroom: Leah’s a food snob

By Leah St. James It hurt a little to hear one of my colleagues say that about me. Because I am NOT a food snob. I’m not! I’ll eat packaged, repurposed, fresh, stale, food that’s  been left out overnight – you name it. Except for seafood. I don’t like seafood in any shape or form.…

“It’s Not Alright…” Teen Show Expose

Those of us with a “1” and a “9” in our year of birth remember a time when channels weren’t as numerous as they are now. Growing up, my family had two televisions, a big one in the living room, and one in my parent’s bedroom. Coincidentally, those were the two room with A/C units.…

Switching Up – Changelings

by Denise Golinowski Surprise! Elvy Howard and I did a little switcheroo on you this month. This is Myth Perceptions and Elvy’s column, Now We’re Cooking with Gas will be up on the Third Wednesday. (Weird how this month the Third Thursday falls BEFORE the Third Wednesday) Anyway, I hope you won’t be too disappointed, but…

Stalking: A Deadly Obsession

Before contemplating creating this post, I sent out requests for stalking victims to share their personal tales with me.The stories provided me with a simple glimpse into the normal everyday things that can serve as springboards of when adoration leads to obsession. I was surprised at how easy  things began between the stalker and victim and…

Go Get Him: On Making That First Move

At the risk of sounding like Cosmo, I want to take a little space today to consider what men want. Don’t worry, friends. We’ll come around to what women want in just a second. After long weeks of long days of making things happen, men are tired. We women are tired, too. I know. Bear…

Guest Strumpet: Jannine Gallant & Puritan Fun Facts!

Welcome Guest Strumpet Jannine Gallant! Her Tea of Choice: Passion Fruit.  My historical romance, An Uncertain Destiny, is set in Salem, Massachusetts during the infamous witchcraft trials, a turbulent time in our nation’s history. Over twenty innocent people lost their lives in what amounted to an epidemic of fear. But the Puritans weren’t all about…