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Life with dogs…and cats, horses, donkeys, and chickens!

The best thing about living on a farm is that it’s never boring. There’s always something to to–usually a long list of things.

The night before last, my search and rescue dog, Boogie, had an allergic reaction to something (I think). In the middle of the night he started scratching and biting at himself frantically. All. Night. Long. Neither of us got any sleep. In the morning, I checked him over with a flea comb, but found none. Gave him a bath just in case, but he’s on Advantage II and has never had a problem with fleas. I haven’t changed his food and to the best of my knowledge he hasn’t gotten into anything. I have no idea what caused it, but it got so bad that he chewed a small bald spot on his tail and both of his ears swelled and got hematomas. I checked his ears–no infection, no mites. Cleaned them just in case. Finally I went out and got some Benadryl for him. Within an hour he was no longer scratching. Now he’s in bed sleeping off the drugs.

As I went to feed my German shepherd dog last night, I realized I had run out of the special enzymes that must be put on her food (she has a serious condition called EPI, long story). Never fear…I keep a stash in a little baggie in the kitchen just for emergencies. I reordered the enzymes for her. That stash should last until the new package arrived. So if you’re ever in my house and find a baggie of white powder in my kitchen cabinet…it’s not what you think it is.

Down in the barn, one of my hens has gone broody. That means she’s actually sitting on a clutch of eggs to make them hatch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I ignored her for a few days. That was a bad idea. Because when I finally picked her up, I found 16 eggs under her! Hmmm. I’d thought a baby chick or two would be cute. 16? Not so much. Oh well, out here in the boonies there’s always people that’ll take chicks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You’ll notice I’ve taken a pen and marked the ones she’s sitting on. Now I have to lift her up twice every day and make sure she hasn’t stolen any more! You’ll also notice that most of those eggs are not hers…as evidence by the different sizes and colors.

Meanwhile out in the pasture, my miniature donkey, Mo, has gotten fat as a full tick on all this spring grass.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’ve cut him off from the feed to keep him from exploding. Unfortunately, he shares the pasture with two mares. He has now perfected the technique of walking under their feeders, hunching his back, and knocking the feeders off the fence. He then runs off the paint mare and eats all her food. He might only be 28″ tall, but there’s a reason I call him “Mighty Mo.”

Ah, life with animals…

I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Healthy Eating Idea #3

It’s no secret that I’ve packed on a few pounds these last few years, a victim of middle age and the butt-in-chair lifestyle of a writer. Thankfully, I’ve recently been shedding them back off with some careful eating. I’ve dropped 22 lbs. and I’m still rolling strong!

One of my strategies for losing weight is to take every opportunity to trim a few extra calories off of my favorite meals (instead of giving up those favorites). I like tacos. I mean, who doesn’t? But those corn taco shells add a lot of extra calories for not much nutritional value. So as I was thinking up way to have tacos without breaking the weight bank and a way to use up some romaine lettuce in the fridge without having to eat another salad, a light bulb popped on (in my mind, not the fridge. That one was already on as I stood there contemplating while all the cold air escaped).

Taco boats. Yep, I was going to make taco boats.

I’m still a vegetarian, so I opted for a portabello mushroom sauteed in taco seasoning filling, and kept the toppings light–some salsa, a slice of avocado, a few black olives, a small crumble of queso fresco; however, this idea will work fine with whatever you like to use as a main taco filling. But I saved over 100 calories by forgoing the corn taco shell in favor of a romaine lettuce boat. I was going to put lettuce on the taco anyway, so why not use it as the containment vessel?

Here’s what I did: I sliced a stem of romaine lettuce in half lengthwise. Then by hand I peeled out the innermost leaves (putting them back in the bag for use in a salad another time). The remaining lettuce was a perfect little boat. I put my portabello filling in, layered on my toppings, and it was done! 

It turned out so great that I devoured it. I did some quick calorie calculations and determined that with my vegetarian filling (I’ve since also done this with a taco-seasoned black bean mix and a Spanish rice mix) I could have TWO taco boats for less calories than I would ingest with just one taco in a shell.

So give it a try. It’s a perfect summer dish: cool, crisp and pretty.

How do you go about trimming a few extra calories from your diet to achieve your weight goals? Or to maintain your weight for those lucky enough to be in a healthy range?

And hey, don’t forget my psychological suspense/thriller/horror short story (plus a bonus inspirational short story) is now available on Amazon for just 99 cents. Jump to the book page by clicking on the cover below.

A new release!

I’m known in some parts as a romance girl–I read romance, write romance, and promote romance fiction, and I’m proud of it. But I’m also more than romance. I love mysteries and thrillers and horror and science fiction, among other things. So I’m happy to announce that this year I’ll be stretching my..er…pen into several different genres. To kick things off, I’d like to show you my new release, out today in Kindle format. Don’t worry if you don’t have a kindle. You can get a free reading app for your PC, Mac, Smartphone, or tablet (or just read it online using the Kindle cloud reader without downloading any software) by clicking here.

So without further ado, here is my new release, Of Heaven and Hell.

Explore the light and the dark side of faith in two new short stories from national bestselling, award-winning author Vickie Taylor.

At only 15 pages, it’s a short–but intense–read. And hey, it’s only 99 cents! You can buy it by clicking on the cover image above.

I hope you enjoy this first departure from my romance roots. Please let me know what you think by leaving a review on Amazon.com.

Meet Uber-cool author Marsha A. Moore!

Hey ya’ll, I’ve got a treat for you today: I’d like to turn you on to a cool author I’ve discovered, Marsha A. Moore. Marsha writes awesome books that include…wait for it…DRAGONS!

I love dragons as much as I love gargoyles, unicorns, and all things mystical and magical. So without further ado here is Marsha and her dragon world. Buy her book for your Kindle for just 99 cents by clicking on the cover!

 

Dragons of the Enchanted Bookstore Legends by Marsha A. Moore

Since I have a dragon on the cover of Seeking a Scribe, you’d expect those magical creatures to play a major role. Dragon lovers will not be disappointed. I love dragons and have included many types, ages, and sizes. I’d like to share a brief description of the most common ones in this first legend.

Like all fantasies, the battle between good and evil is a key theme. The dragons in my fantasy world of Dragonspeir are either members of the good Alliance, governed by the golden Imperial Dragon and his High Council, or the Dark Realm, led by the Black Dragon.

Alliance Dragons:

Gold dragons are born leaders, being lawful, just and good. Their intelligence exceeds the other types, and their wisdom is sought after. Being good-natured, they help those who are kind and fair. The Imperial Leader helps train and guide my heroine, Lyra, along her quest. Golds are the most powerful and largest in size. The breath weapon of gold dragons is a cone of fire. Although they are cautious about entering a fight and dislike killing, once engaged, they will pour their entire being into the battle.

Physically, gold dragons are spectacular. Two prominent horns point backwards along their heads. The most obvious feature is probably the tentacle whiskers that sprout from the bottom of the gold dragon’s jaw, giving the appearance of a sort of beard in both males and females.

Like his father before him, the present Imperial Dragon will serve the Alliance until either he dies or steps down.  Similar to most golds, he keeps his Alliance headquarters in a grand network of caves set in the rock plateau. His overlooks the Steppe of Ora, the wide plain which divides good and evil in Dragonspeir. His lair includes an elaborate gathering hall, a vast library, guest quarters, and his own personal chambers with cases of magical instruments and a glass-walled observatory to consult the stars. As one of the four Alliance Guardians, his area of expertise is magic powered by the air element, including mystical astronomy studies of the skies.

Blue dragons are the sentries to the Imperial Dragon. They love spending hours soaring and are excellent trackers. Squadrons of them patrol the Alliance. They are lawful and obedient, with strong moral character.

They are a brilliant cobalt blue, bearing a single horn. Their eyes are smooth and glossy, without pupils, which makes for an hypnotic appearance.

Although slightly smaller than golds, they are quicker to strike in battles with their lightning bolt breath.

Bronze dragons are duty-bound and honorable to a fault. Physically, the bronze dragon is quite fierce in appearance, despite its good nature. While most of its body is a reflective copper color, the wings are often tipped with green.

There are two breath weapons these dragons employ. They either use a bolt of lightning or a repulsion gas, which is so putrid that it forces everything away. Always in line with the Alliance, the bronze dragon is a deadly combatant, roasting enemies with bursts of lightning or ripping them open with its clawed forelegs.

Good thing for Lyra, the bronze dragon named Yasqu, who she raised from a hatchling, hasn’t learned about repulsion gas yet!

Dark Realm Dragons:

Black dragons, like the leader of the Dark Realm, always seek to lair in deep dark caves. Although small, they are vile, evil-tempered, and abusive. Their hearts are as dark as their slimy scales. They are obsessed with death and take comfort in the sickening-sweet aroma of drowned, rotting carcasses. The Black Dragon leader prefers his drake servants leave the prey they bring him in pools within his personal cave. The victims float for days or weeks before he eats them.

The dark leader, like all black dragons, is grim and skeletal. His eyes lie deep in their sockets between two great horns that curve forward and down. The flesh of his face is partially deteriorated or burnt from his acidic drool.  His method of attack is spitting caustic acid. My heroine and hero, Lyra and Cullen, learn too well what that feels like!

As allies to the Black Dragon, green dragons live alone in dense forests. Although short dragons, they have nasty, belligerent tempers. They delight in torturing their captives. The head of a green is covered in hornlets. They reek of chlorine since their chosen breath weapon is hurling clouds of toxic chlorine gas.

Numerous types of drakes are the soldiers and scouts of the Dark Realm. Fire and magma drakes attack with burning flames, while the evil ice drakes freeze victims with contact.

This was only a quick summary of many of the evil and good dragons in my Enchanted Bookstore Legends. There are others I enjoy just as much, like the little three-foot long pseudodragon, Noba, who is the wizard’s familiar to Cullen Drake, the Imperial Sorcerer of the Alliance. Read more about Noba and all the dragons in Seeking a Scribe: Enchanted Bookstore Legend One.

All about Marsha 

Marsha A. Moore is a writer of fantasy romance. The magic of art and nature spark life into her writing. Her creativity also spills into watercolor painting and drawing. After a move from Toledo to Tampa in 2008, she’s happily transforming into a Floridian, in love with the outdoors. Crazy about cycling, she usually passes the 1,000 mile mark yearly. She is learning kayaking and already addicted. She’s been a yoga enthusiast for over a decade and that spiritual quest helps her explore the mystical side of fantasy. She never has enough days spent at the beach, usually scribbling away at new stories with toes wiggling in the sand. Every day at the beach is magical!

Authors in Bloom!

Spring came to north Texas in a violent way last Tuesday with over a dozen tornadoes touching down within 50-60 miles of me! Luckily me and mine are safe and well. Many families were not so lucky, though we were very fortunate that no human lives were lost in those terrifying few hours. But as with every storm, the skies eventually cleared. The sun shone down on the wreckage. The bent flowers lifted their stems…and bloomed. Our state flower, the blue bonnet, is turning the fields blue and spirits are rising along with the tender petals.

In honor of the rebirth spring brings each year, accompanied this time by recovery in Texas, a bunch of authors are having a blog hop! That means lots of prizes and giveaways!

For the complete rules and instructions, read this.

For my part, I’ll be giving away 2 copies of my upcoming novella Mother Nature & Father Time: A love (and hate) story.

And if you’ve read the instructions already, you’ll understand why I’m posting this next sentence…

“However, it’s not long before the inevitable comparisons arise.”

This blog hop will run April 9-18, so you’ve got plenty of time to enter and win. The participating authors are listed below.

1. Dianne Venetta 2. YA Author PJ Sharon
3. Vickie Taylor 4. Alexa Grace
5. Marilyn Brant 6. Celebrating Spring
7. Diana Layne Blog 8. *lizzie starr
9. Darcy Flynn 10. Off Kilter
11. Marci Baun 12. Sarah Gilman
13. Renee Pace 14. A Cozy Reader’s Corner
15. Children’s Author Maria Dismondy 16. Indie Author How-To
17. Deb Sanders 18. Fresh Start Stories with Beverly Nault
19. Aris Whittier 20. Darcyholic Diversions
21. Chick Lit (Bridget Jones’s Diary meets The Office) 22. Beate Boeker
23. Jessica Chambers: Straight From The Heart 24. Gotta Have YA
25. Karl Fields 26. Sally Clements
27. Dina Silver 28. Sybil Nelson
29. Priscilla the Great 30. Nina Benneton
31. Caron Rider, YA Author of Silver Knight 32. Tara Woolpy
33. J.M. Kelley 34. Susan Mallery Cooks
35. J.L. Campbell 36. Amy Saunders
37. Kaira Rouda 38. Michael Scott Miller
39. Samantha March 40. Marika Christian
41. Elena Aitken 42. Nearly Brilliant
43. WHO GOT LIZ GARDNER 44. Amy Lignor – Until Next Time: The Angel Chronicles
45. Jolene Perry – Night Sky 46. ShaynaGier.com
47. DeeSWhite-Author, Inspirational Speaker, Vocalist 48. Tracy Marchini – Hot Ticket
49. STAY TUNED – Lauren Clark 50. TwoCanDo Books  Mary Laudien’s Website- Follow the Blog!
51. Maria Geraci 52. Pandora Poikilos – Peace from Pieces
53. Christina Wible 54. ALMOST HUMAN – venomous vampire series
55. Walking with Justice 56. Author Darien Gee and the Friendship Bread Kitchen
57. K.E. Saxon 58. Cynthia Vespia Author of Thrills and Chills
59. Louisa Mack – Cooking Up Trouble 60. Cheryl – Books, Products and More!
61. Sloane Wolf – Margay Leah Justice 62. Daddy, Come & Get Me
63. Author Mia King (Good Things, Sweet Life, Table Manners) 64. Welcome to the Woods
65. More Than Words-S.Carol Crovo 66. But What Are They Eating?
67. Sheila Seabrook – Tripping My Way Through Life 68. Alicia and Roy Street
69. Indie Pub Promos 70. RS Author Stacey Joy Netzel
71. Doing Italians, Oops!, Italy

It’s a Backwards Birthday for Carrie Ann Ryan!

Yes, this week is fab author Carrie Ann Ryan’s backward birthday. What’s a backward birthday? I’m glad you asked!

A backward birthday is when instead of you giving presents to the birthday girl, she–and a bunch of her also-fab author friends–give presents to you, the reader! All you have to do is comment on this blog and/or any of the blogs on the list below before 11:59 pm, April 6, to be entered to win the gifts offered on each site or one of the grand prizes, a new Kindle Touch or a $60 Amazon giftcard. The more blogs you visit and comment on, the more chances you have to win!

So put on a silly hat,  have some cake,  and start hopping…blog hopping, that is. Don’t forget to leave your email address in your comment so that we can contact you if you win.

Oh, and don’t forget to wish Carrie a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

At RG2E, it’s all about the readers!

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That’s right…there’s a new sheriff in town when it comes to sites for readers. It’s a big, confusing world out there when it comes to books. So many titles to choose from, so little time to read!

So what’s the shortest path to the best books on the web?

That’s right: The Readers’ Guide to E-publishing. This site lists some of the best e-books on the market in all genres.

What could be better? Why, if they gave away some of those books free, of course!  And they do, of course!  Free books daily.

What could be even better than free books daily? Free e-readers! And they do that do.

Check it out and make it a destination stop for book shopping.

You might even find some of my books there starting later this month.  😉

Healthy Eating Tip #1 – Lasagna

Who doesn’t love lasagna? It’s classic comfort food. The problem is, it can pack in the calories, fat, and sodium. The biggest problem with lasagna, in my opinion, is not the ingredients–those can be improved–but the portion. We fill that big ‘ole casserole dish to the brim with pasta-y, tomatoey, cheesey goodness. And when we serve it, we get the spatula down in there and cut out a walloping half-plate serving.

I’ve heard many a fitness/diet/healthy eating guru say that eating right doesn’t have to be about giving up all the foods you love, but in controlling how much of them you eat. But that’s so hard to do with the golden bubbling brown 13 X 9 casserole dish just begging you to take more…

While watching the Food Network the other day, I saw this tip for creating an amazing, cute-as-could-be, portion-controlled serving of lasagna:

Make individual servings of lasagna in little oven-safe ramekins!

Duh! Why didn’t I think of that?

Tried it today, and the results were ah-maze-ing!

How delicious does this look? And pretty enough to serve at a dinner party.

I don’t think I even need to give a recipe–just use your favorite spaghetti sauce, whether from a jar or homemade (but do try to get a lower sodium version if store bought), your favorite lasagna noodles, cooked like normal (you’ll need only 1 or 2 noodles PER SERVING depending on the size of your noodles, more info below), your favorite lasagna filling (I used frozen spinach mixed with ricotta cheese and parmesan cheese).

Spray the sides and bottom of the oven-safe ramekins with non-stick cooking spray. Spoon just enough of your spaghetti sauce in to coat the bottom of the ramekin. Lay one cooked lasagna noodle across the ramekin and push down into the sauce. One is all you’ll need if you’re using very wide noodles.

If your noodles are narrower (or if you want to cut your wide noodles in half) make a cross in the ramekin. I like the cross method better because then all sides of the ramekin have noodle “walls.”

Spoon in about a tablespoon (or less) of the cheese mixture. Top with another dollop of spaghetti sauce, then fold over the ends of one noodle. Make another layer of filling and sauce, fold over the ends of the other noodle to cover. If your noodles are too long, just snip the ends off with clean kitchen scissors. Put another small spoon of cheese filling on, then another small dollop of spaghetti sauce, then a layer of grated parmesan cheese. I add a little mozzarella to mine for that top layer so it will melt and bubble and brown better.

Cook in oven on 375 degrees for about 30 minutes. Adjust cooking time as needed for your size ramekin and thickness of cheese layers.

I like to serve it in the ramekin, but one friend did comment that it was a little harder to eat that way because the ramekin slid around the plate, and it was too hot to hold still with bare hands. On the Food Network, the chef was able to run a butter knife around the edge of the ramekin to make sure nothing was stuck and then slip it out onto a plate right-side up. Hers held together and made a perfect round little lasagna on the plate. I’ve tried that and mine always seem to fall apart. But oh well–it still tastes great, so serve however you like. I guarantee people will eat it.

One more thing…if you like veggie lasagna with eggplant, a circle of eggplant fits perfectly into most ramekins. Just grill or roast your eggplant to soften it, then add a slice to one or two of your layers.

Oh and one more, one more thing. Pyrex makes some cool little glass dishes about the size of a ramekin that have lids and are freezer safe. These individual servings freeze perfectly! Just follow all the steps except baking. When you’re building your layers, make sure not to overfill so that you can get the lid on. Then pop them in the freezer. When you’re ready to eat, thaw on defrost in the microwave and then put in the oven. Do not go straight from freezer to a hot oven!

Meet Paranormal Romance Author Carrie Ann Ryan!

Hi all,

I’m turning over my blog today to a special guest star — paranormal romance author Carrie Ann Ryan, whose latest release A Taste for a Mate (Redwood Pack)
hit the virtual bookshelves just a couple of weeks ago, and already has a perfect 5-star rating on Amazon.com! Please welcome Carrie as she tells all about her penchant for falling in love with fictional characters. And really…when you write steaming hot sexy werewolf stories, who wouldn’t?

As a special surprise, Carrie Ann brought along some autographed prizes, so comment on the blog today (leave your email address) for a chance to win!

Falling in Love with Characters – Carrie Ann Ryan

I love falling in love with characters. Whether they be mine or another author’s, I just can’t help but get a tingling feeling when I start on the path. I mean, in romance novels, you essentially are on the same path as the characters. You are finding those first signs like and attraction, then the wham or sinking into love.

            You as a reader are finding the sweet and not so sweet things that made your heroine and heroine fall in love with each other. Wouldn’t it make sense that you would fall in love with tem too?

            Now, I’m not talking about the “love” in which you find yourself stalking a tween sensation – don’t get me wrong that has its time and place LOL. But I’m talking about the times where you read a book and you sit up and say “Wow. I really love them.” You really want to get to know them – not necessarily have their babies. Well. Okay. You can do that too, but I digress.

            For example, I was just reading Matthew by Emma Lang, and I totally fell in love with the family. I mean eight siblings? I could totally get involved with that world and never let go. The first book came out like last week and I’m already chomping at the bit for more. Sadly I’ll have to wait like forever for it though LOL.

            But it’s the interactions between the characters, the way they breathe, smile, and act, that just makes me want to sigh and melt into the book.

            In A Taste for a Mate, I had a love/hate relationship with Willow and Jasper. I know some authors say you have to love your characters and always pimp them. But I swear I wanted to murder them sometimes LOL. Willow, at first, isn’t a kick ass heroine. And I’m okay with that. It takes everything that is piled on her for her to buck up. And believe me. She does. To the point that I wanted to hug her and say “I love you.” Because I do. Jasper on the other hand is a sexy kick ass hero. *sigh* But sometimes, I wanted to kill him. He’s a man. What can I say.

            But I think that’s what makes reading romance and falling in love with characters so much fun. I mean, if you didn’t love them, you wouldn’t want to strangle them, right? Or am I just a scary author LOL.

            Jasper and Willow had to overcome a lot in order to get where they are. I went darker and scarier in this book than I did with An Alpha’s Path. I dove deep and scared myself a bit. But I came out stronger – like Willow. I truly love my characters and I can’t wait to write more about the rest of the Jamenson brood.

            Do you find yourself loving your characters? What characters out there do you truly love?

If you answer, along with adding your email addy, I’ll enter you in the drawing to win some autographed swag!

Here’s the skinny on Carrie Ann’s book, A Taste for a Mate

Jasper Jamenson’s only responsibility to being the Beta of the Redwood Pack, second son of the Alpha, is to protect the Pack from themselves and the human world. After a century of selfless service, his brother’s new found mating forced him into taking a good look into his life. He isn’t sure he wants a mate, but fate may have other ideas.

 Willow Delton is a skinny, bakery owner – the type most woman love to hate. Being without family, she finds herself alone to the Greek god with green eyes who saunters into her bakery every morning. Her desire to follow him, to be with him, overrides every rational sense she possessed.

Jasper and Willow are drawn together, despite every nuisance that works against them. But evil beyond even Jasper’s supernatural compensation will make war against him, by going after the only thing in his eternal life he desires – Willow. Is Willow’s heart enough to overcome Jasper’s soul to save her life? A fight he cannot win, but to save her life – he must.

Read an excerpt of A Taste for a Mate

A Taste for a Mate Excerpt

More about author Carrie Ann Ryan

Carrie Ann Ryan is a paranormal and contemporary romance author. After spending too much time behind a lab bench, she decided to dive into the romance world and find her werewolf mate – even if its just in her books. Happy endings are always near – even if you have to get over the challenges of falling in love first.

Her first book, An Alpha’s Path, is the first in her Redwood Pack series. She’s also an avid reader and lover of romance and fiction novels. She love meeting new authors and new worlds. Any recommendations you have are appreciated. Carrie Ann lives in New England with her husband and two kittens.

Carrie Ann loves hearing from readers. You can find her at:

Website, Blog, Facebook Author Page, Facebook Friend, Goodreads, Twitter: @CarrieAnnRyan

Writers as Learners

I’ve had a post lingering in the back of my mind lately. The need to write it developed from some conversations with authors. These haven’t been the good kind of conversations. They’ve mostly been the too-stupid-to-live kind of conversations. Most people publishing books take their craft seriously. The availability of self-publishing platforms (meaning anyone who can type can upload a book to Amazon.com and try to sell it) hasn’t changed this. I repeat: most people publishing books take their craft very seriously. But there are those few, as there are in any profession, who believe that they have nothing to learn. Their books are their brainchildren, and the only reason they aren’t selling well and are getting poor reviews is that people don’t “get” them. Or someone else is out to get them. Whatever.

Before I got around to writing my blog post, someone else did it for me. Did it better, even.

So forget my post. If you’re a writer, you need to read this. Really, really need to read this, instead of making excuses.

http://thewritersguidetoepublishing.com/keep-learning-so-you-wont-get-stuck-in-the-pits

Have fun.


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Psychological Suspense short story with a bonus inspirational short story included

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Fantasy Romance Novella

What am I reading today?

GOOD OLE BOYS - Denise Barker - Just started, but I'm intrigued so far!

Last five books read:

TEXAS GOTHIC - Rosemary Clement-Moore - Awesome! Great fun and spooktastic at the same time!

MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN - Ransom Riggs - Really creative idea. Enjoyed it very much!

BOOTSCOOTIN' BLAHNIKS - D.D. Scott - Very enjoyable, fun book!

THE GOOD DAUGHTER - Diana Layne - Awesome! Get it now!

GOT YOUR NUMBER - Stephanie Bond - Fun little mystery!

What’s on my TBR List?

GOOD OLE BOYS - Denise Barker

Reader’s Guide to E-publishing

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