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
Prayer is a bar fight
When Jesus says: “Greater things will you do, than you have seen me do,” I drum up a mental picture of believers walking around making sick people well, poor people rich and sad people happy all w...
The paint of sin
A few years ago, I was painting my daughter's bedroom. Since my sister asked me to paint scenes with cows and chickens and things in my nephew's room, I could hardly refuse my own kids when they came...
Discovering Love: Part 6 – God is Love
Loving one another is the central purpose of our lives outlined in the Christian faith. So why has the topic been so neglected and overlooked in the church?...
Discovering Love: Part 5 – True Evangelism
If we could master this in the church, we would have something the world cannot duplicate. Forgiveness. Unconditional love. Reconciliation....
Discovering Love: Part 4 – Love one another as I have loved you
Everyone that Jesus loved here on Earth, He loved in spite of an offense against Him....
Discovering Love: Part 3 – Dusting off the wedding Bible
God’s intention with this is to draw you into relationships. The trouble is, we don’t find each other trustworthy enough to reach out for what we need from one another....
Discovering Love: Part 2 – Why God didn’t give you everything
God only gave you a part of what you need. You'll need to get the rest of what you need from other Christians. He’s given it to someone else to draw you into relationships that you wouldn’t seek o...
Discovering Love: Part 1 – Chasing Spiritual Success
You get the feeling that the rest of the world looks at Christians and sees no marked difference enticing them to follow Jesus. Our divorce rate is the same. Many times, we're just as bitter, angry, d...
Who do you love more?
I am one with them, and you are one with me, so that they may become completely one. Then this world's people will know that you sent me. They will know that you love my followers as much as you love...
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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.