BRUSSELS SPROUTS FOR BREAKFAST
If you don’t like Brussels sprouts, here’s a fun, fractured fairy tale explaining why–it’s all Sog’s fault.
PLEASE LET ME IN
Adults and children alike will enjoy this light-hearted picture storybook about self-perception and elusive dreams.
THE COFFEE CAFE
The Coffee Cafe is an animated web series about two New Brunswickers trying to make a go of self-employment.
ALBERT THE SMASHER
Albert James Smith was a successful New Brunswick lawyer and representative for Westmorland County. He didn’t think Confederation was such a good idea.
PASTOR KENNY COMIC
Pastor Kenny’s life is not perfect. Neither are his reactions to situations. This is a web comic about a man in God’s crucible
It’s Time To Walk On Water
“Why are you afraid, you who have little faith?”...
This is not a song that’s professionally recorded. It’s just me in my little office. But a song can communicate as much as a blog post sometimes....
The Third Servant
You are a hard man, and I was afraid of you. You take what isn't yours, and you harvest crops you didn't plant....
Confluence of the Arts
This doesn’t come naturally for artists, who prefer to hide their process....
The Coming Prince by Sir Robert Anderson
We reviewed some of the hilights of Sir Robert Anderson’s book The Coming Prince during one of our home Bible studies. Here’s a re-enactment....
Did you think writing a cheque was enough?
A few years ago, I visited Cuba with a group of Christians from our area. I’m not much of a traveler, but God knew that this trip was necessary for me. Prior to this trip, when I thought of miss...
What is my life if not an instrument with which to worship God?
What you see here took about 4-5 years to write. It started off with just a sentence or two that I wrote to remind myself of God's goodness to me and that He is with me even in difficult circumstances...
A loving argument
In Charles Schultz’s famous cartoon Peanuts, Linus says, “Mankind I love, it’s people I can’t stand.” Never has this sentiment so clearly been displayed than in Christian circles, where we t...
Should we pray for patience?
There's a common Christian axiom: “Never pray for patience.” I confess I took that advice to heart for a lot of my Christian walk. There were certain things I wanted from God, and other things...
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Rhonda Bulmer is a Moncton, New Brunswick-based freelance writer and self-publisher with 20 years of experience in public relations writing, and promotional work for non-profit, government and business. She is a versatile communicator who focuses mostly on general business and topics of human interest. A skilled interviewer, Rhonda can distil information taken from industry experts into a digestible format for a wide range of audiences.
Yes, but who am I really?
Born-and-raised New Brunswicker, wife of (nearly) 28 years, mother to three (almost) grown-up kids, I love to paint (canvas, not walls), sing, bake, hike (after I eat what I bake), and exercise at the gym. I like camping in the rain, but my family likes hotels.
I love historical fiction, fantasy/science fiction, dystopian and the biographies of interesting people. And a really, really good love story never goes amiss.
I think Neil Gaiman is a genius, and Katherena Vermette is a Canadian national treasure.
Current personal project
A novel set on the Bay of Fundy, and a whole pile of half-finished short stories.
Here you can check out my books, available for purchase, and you can read my blog posts on the writing life, a little bit of fiction, plus some family & personal stuff. I hope you find something here to entertain, challenge or inspire you.