A Moment’s Reflection

On this Sunday before Christmas, it’s easy to think that the holiday season–the spirit of the day–is gone once the celebration is over. I challenge you to keep Christmas in your heart, not for a day or a season, but throughout the year.


And have yourself a Merry Little Christmas now…

Here is my interview with Patrick O’Scheen



Name –Patrick O’Scheen

Age—I hate personal details. I am almost 3 cat years old.

Where are you from—I was born…no, I was not hatched.

A little about your self `ie your education Family life ect– I have no formal education in writing. I am a product of a reader gone mad. I write stories that I would like to read. I prefer to think of myself as a grey tabby.

Fiona: Tell us your latest news?

 “Kris,” my third book, was released last month. It’s a mystery story seen through the eyes of an orphan and a cat.

Fiona: When and why did you begin writing?

 I had a sudden change of direction dictated by my health. As a captive in my own house, I was at the mercy of popular authors. I began writing because I had ideas to voice, and too much time. My books are my legacy…

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Here is my interview with Neil Orr

Here’s a few things my friend Neil Orr had to say!



Name – Neil Orr

Age – 44

Where are you from – Currently I’m in Goodyear, Arizona. A suburb of Phoenix.

A little about your self `ie your education Family life ect  I was 18 when I joined the United States Navy.  I was given an Honorable Discharge for Medical reasons, ending my Military Career.  I ended up in Law Enforcement, first in Nevada, then in Arizona, where I was forced to cut my career short, yet again.  After surgery and a couple of years, I was forced to change Careers and start over

Fiona: Tell us your latest news?

Neil: My debut novel, Shad’rah hit Amazon on the 27th of November and I’m currently hammering out Hatchburrow, Book 2 of the Kiyor’lin Series

Fiona: When and why did you begin writing?

Neil: The first short story I did was for a contest back when I…

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Read It Or eat It!

Always hungry, the Dragon searches his lair for a treat. He roars and the book shelves rattle and shake depositing one title near the cook pot. Obtrusion, a science fiction book by Anastacia Moore lies close by the fire… SHOULD HE READ IT…OR EAT IT?

Let’s digest a little of the contents…
The book finds people caught up in a government plot to hide alien contact and the conspiracy goes way beyond expected interactions. they are among us…and they have been here quite a while.

Pros and cons of cooking:


  1. The story is clear and well written.
  2. the plot is well thought out.
  3. the characters are engaging and well drawn.
  4. this is a good read for all sci-fi fans.


  1. There are no dragons in the story.
  2. alien food might taste bad.

The Dragon says save this book for reading. Although a tasty treat, it will be much better consumed by the mind. This is an entertaining novel. Buy it! !!!!ROAR!!!!  It can be found at Amazon and where all alien trading posts books are sold.

Anastacia can be located in her nest on facebook, blog.and twitter,.