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Guest: Author Joanna Campbell Slan and Book Download!

Once again, I stumbled into quite a famous author without realizing it, and this week I am pleased to bring in Joanna Campbell Slan. Sometimes I ask an author to join us and I have had to scramble to collect … Continue reading

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Today we are asked to talk about our favorite ways to relax. I don’t know that I ever truly relax. I have a lot on my mind. Sitting still is not relaxing to me. I am writing this in advance, … Continue reading

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Audio Cookbook Giveaway

Another Free Week here and this time it is a ‘free’ week, in that I have an audio book contest to plug. I have yet to plug anything I have published on 4F,1H, (not that I have managed to get … Continue reading

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Guest: Author Rosie Genova

Today I am thrilled to show off my guest, author Rosie Genova, who writes The Italian Kitchen Mysteries.   PRAISE FOR THE ITALIAN KITCHEN MYSTERIES A DISH BEST SERVED COLD “Once again, Rosie Genova’s writing sparkles!” -Night Owl Reviews (chosen … 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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Guest: Author Liz Mugavero

  I met my guest today by winning her book! Liz Mugavero’ latest release, “A Biscuit, A Casket” is the second in her ”Pawsitively Organic Mystery” series, published by Kensington Press. (No, not a typo; her main character makes organic … Continue reading

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Creativity

My house has been like a circus, seriously; (come watch the three rings!). And since I don’t have a book or anything else recently published to tout as many of my other partners have done this week,( and my proposed … Continue reading

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Men in the Kitchen

Here we are discussing food and kitchens and the foodie of the group isn’t going to talk much about food, but more about kitchens. The post by Jeff-the-Hound got me thinking about men in the kitchen. Not chefs, (although there … Continue reading

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Character Cooking

No, I haven’t thrown any characters into a vat of boiling water or acid trying to turn them into superheroes.  I mean how much my characters cook in my novels.  Which is to say very little.  My characters are mostly … Continue reading

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“Smørrebrød, Smørrebrød …”

“Cream cheese, smoked salmon, lemon, onions, capers?” “Delete capers. Run program.” Kathy Reichs, Deadly Decisions Cooking is on the menu this week. Well, you won’t learn much from my post, because the kitchen is more or less one of my … Continue reading

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