The New Year


Christmas is over for another year

and as it goes it drains me of all my cheer

Regardless of your religion I hope you got to be with the ones you love

And found solace in whatever you believe is above

We go into the new year with the world in distress

The minority hurting the majority and making a mess

Mother nature is crying but no one hears

Because some bloody mongrels are shouting out bad ideas

Ignore these monsters

We can block them out by standing together

Forgetting our differences

and just loving each other

It is in mankind’s nature to only think of its self

Hence why the earth is disintegrating into hell

plant a tree and get to know your neighbour

recycle as much as you can and never renege on a favour

We’ve all got problems

but this world is in serious decline

I want there to be a happy healthy world in which my children can grow

Not this dark and decaying one that is starting to show


I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and you got be be with the people you love. I was lucky enough to get to be with most of the people I hold dear.

Now I’m going to have some time away from the internet; bar Facebook and Instagram, as I don’t want to give up seeing everybody hanging out taking happy snaps and enjoying time with family :-).

I’ll be back on the 8th of January with a release day sneak peek for a lovely lady and her paranormal detective series. I’ll return to my regular posting schedule on the 17th with my first Bookish Babble of 2016. I’ll see you then.

Polite Company

Today’s post asks us “it’s never a good idea to discuss religion or politics with people you don’t really know” and do we Agree or Disagree?

If you like confrontation then go right ahead, but if not, better to keep your opinions in your head.

Whether having a conversation about Religion or Politics, you should always respect someone else’s views even if you didn’t agree with them. I would say that in Australia it is far safer to discus Politics over Religion. Politics won’t get you killed, bashed perhaps. When it comes to Religion I think we have to many clashing cultures roaming around, better to keep hush hush then get stabbed on the three o’clock train. I would probably agree with the statement when it comes to Religion as there are some unhinged people out there and you never know how they’ll react. Religion and Politics are always touchy subjects. I don’t have a problem talking to strangers about my political views – they’re all over paid and most of them are a**holes who don’t care about the middle class or the poor.

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