Monthly Archives: October 2018

What? I Can’t Read Or Write?

If I were incapacitated to the point that I could neither read nor write, I think I’d spend my time petting the dog and watching Netflix. We got Netflix a year or so ago, and we just love it. I … Continue reading

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Still Hands, Active Mind

Our Friday Fox, who has been suffering after effects from surgery, posed this week’s  question: You are incapacitated and can neither bear to read or write: How do you spend your time? I have never had any kind of surgery, … Continue reading

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Guest: Author Hazel Grace

Today I would like to introduce romance writer Hazel Grace. Hazel had the first two volumes of her series published this year. Like many of my guests, we met through mutual friends on Facebook. I’m going to jump right in … Continue reading

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Guest Hound, R. J. Lee

Welcome Back to Hound Day By Jeff Salter I’m pleased to welcome back R.J. Lee for another Hound Day visit… and I’m delighted to see that he’s launching a brand new series in a couple of months. R.J. is one … Continue reading

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Welcome Kev Richardson

Dreamtime Drift – Kev Richardson – Wings Press Publishing – September 2018                                                 Genre: Historical Please join me in welcoming Kev Richardson, author of Dreamtime Drift. Bio: A retired Australian journalist, Kev spent many years touring the world, writing travel … Continue reading

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Mistletoe Mishap

I don’t normally read Christmas books until about the middle of November but when I saw that Martie Kay’s debut book Mistletoe Mishap had been released earlier than anticipated I snatched it up. After work and a busy day I … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Diana Stout and Shattered Dreams

This is Guest Author week at the blog, and I’m pleased to introduce you to an author I’ve known for several years. Diana Stout is a fellow member of my local Romance Writers of America chapter, and is our go-to … Continue reading

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What’s On Your Menu?

Free Week and I had decided to talk about doing quick research for writing, then I realized that what I had  on hand said more about myself than writing. I have on my menu bar across the top of my … Continue reading

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Her Life As An Android

Actually, My Heroine’s Brief Time Impersonating an Android By Jeff Salter Tag: I was a temporary android consort… but my (male) client was all too human. Concept: In 2019, an amateur actress (and recent college grad) accepts a far-fetched, and … Continue reading

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The Traditional Southern Table

In the day of a global economy with refrigerated food carriers it’s hard to believe that until very recently in history people ate only what they could find locally.  That being the case, around what products did southern cuisine grow … Continue reading

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