Monthly Archives: November 2014

Not What I Expected

Cooking is not as easy as it looks By Jeff Salter Our topic this week deals with meals (or dishes) which turned out badly. Well, I’m at a slight disadvantage because I hardly bake at all and my notion of … Continue reading

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Kitchen blunder

This week’s topic has to do with messing up in the kitchen. My most recent blunder in the kitchen had to do with a birthday cake over the summer. My son saw a cake that looked like sliced watermelon. Now, … Continue reading

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Surprise!

I’m still here! Please, Please, Please forgive me for my absence so far today and last week!  My mind has been lost in all the too much that has gone on in it. I’ve been so busy getting the 2nd … Continue reading

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Surprise!

I’m still here! Please, Please, Please forgive me for my absence so far today and last week!  My mind has been lost in all the too much that has gone on in it. I’ve been so busy getting the 2nd … Continue reading

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Sugar and Spice Do NOT Make Everything Nice

I’ve already mentioned the fact that thanks to my wonderful hubby, I rarely cook. I can, and occasionally do create meals, but since he does such a nice job, I don’t have to. So this week’s topic of describing messed … Continue reading

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Review and Point of View

This is a week set aside for promotion, guests and reviews. I have a special guest ready to come but she is heavily booked with her recent release, so I have my interview with her scheduled for the next ‘free’ … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Fiona McVie

A Poet Who Interviews other Authors By Jeff Salter I don’t recall exactly when I encountered Fiona McVie, but it was fairly early in her process of collecting interviews, so I’ll claim I was among her first 10-15%.  [Maybe she … Continue reading

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Rivers review

This week I went with reviewing a book. It has been awhile since I was able to read for fun with having back to back edits for two different books. I was so happy to get to actually relax and … Continue reading

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Bits and Pieces from S. G. Rogers

This week my choices are to have a guest author, review a book, or interview someone. I decided to feature someone who I consider to be a fabulous author, because she actually got me to read a genre that I’d … Continue reading

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