These two recipes have become a tradition at Christmas and any other time I can be bribed into making them. Everyone likes to bake or at least eat baked goods during the holidays and it’s no different in my family.
As a Southern California resident, Kurt Kamm was used to the idea of wildfires. Then, in 2006, a 60 mile-per-hour Santa Ana wind-driven Canyon Fire burned right to Kamm’s front door. Kurt had just begun writing his first fire fighting novel and the lessons he learned from the County Fire Department while writing his book helped him save his home.
So much as been said about assisted suicide by MD’s since Brittany Maynard’s tragic demise.
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Weigh him! If he weighs more than a pig he is cheating on you! Since the beginning of the church we have been taught that a man’s sins make him heavier. This is obvious proof right? Or was that for witches… Ask him 574 questions in a row until he…
NorthTexas has more than one growing season and this year I wanted to take advantage of both of them. Mid June through late August it’s a matter of keeping vegetables and plants watered enough to keep them alive. Then in September everything really starts growing again and producing. Vegetables like peppers and beans produce well right up to our frost date, usually the second week in November.
Our guest this week is Sue Viders talking about book covers. I had the opportunity of taking one of Sue’s classes a few years ago and I am so glad she could find time to share some of her knowledge here. Readers thank you for visiting my blog. Please feel free to comment at the end of the post. Your thoughts are very much appreciated.
Recently, I’ve read e-books with so many grammatical errors I’m jerked right out of the story. Then I’m on a quest looking for the next mistake. I’m not going to harp on the need for an editor because that’s obvious. What I think I’m reading is an author who writes likes he/she speaks. If a writer’s grammar and syntax are poor when they are speaking, it’s probably going to be the same when they’re writing.
Recently, I connected with Virginia McCullough on Linked In and was immediately impressed with her background in all facets of writing. While reading her novel AMBER LIGHT, I discovered more than a romance, for it delves into issues of identity, place, memories and decisions and second chances. Amber Light, was published in August.