Cook Up Something Good with Janis and Emma Lane. No, they’re not sisters or even cousins. Today’s guest blogger is an author with a split personality and man can she cook!Read More
Enjoy National Soup Month with a nice warm bowl of Cream of Zucchini Soup.Read More
Welcome to the Virtual Book Tour for Tiffany Shand’s Fey Guardian Series Box Set.Read More
The Chiaroscuro Chronicles Book 1Read More
The Revelation Chronicles Book 2Read More
The Revelation Chronicles Book 1Read More
Celebrate National Soup month with Chicken Dumpling Soup!Read More
If paranormal and urban fantasy are your thing then you are sure to enjoy The Chronicles of the Red Silk Dress. Book Two in the Witches Brew series is a stand alone novel perfect for all fantasy lovers.Read More
New Year’s eve is a time for celebration. New Year’s day is a time for a fresh start.
What happens when you are so tired from celebrating the night before that you cannot embrace the day?
This smoothie is a healthy treat and can provide the energy to get a jump on those New Year Resolutions.Read More
Christmas morning demands a do-ahead breakfast. Choose something that can be prepped the night before (or well ahead), and baked in the morning like these Baked Potato Puffs.
Boil the potatoes the day before and they will be ready to go for this perfect alternative to hash brown potatoes.Read More
A Fantasy Novel to Place Under the TreeRead More
The holidays are here, and it’s time to fire up your ovens! Make this holiday season the most delicious one yet with a mixture of oranges and pears.Read More
During the holidays, don’t most of us need extra time? This beef stew is quick to prepare and can simmer while you do other things.Read More
Recipes passed down from generation-to-generation are treasures we can share. Please join fellow author Nancy Kay as she bakes up her mom’s famous orange cake today in the virtual kitchen.Read More
Tis the season for hosting get-togethers with your friends and family while working full time, raising a family, and also trying to find time to write and/or create art.
This dessert is very quick and simple to make. (You can even make it the day before an event.) Yet it looks fantastic (and festive!) when it’s done.Read More
Straight from Carpenter Country is an exciting new book by HL Carpenter. This intriguing cozy mystery keeps you engrossed and is sure to deliver reader satisfaction. It’s an ideal holiday gift for everyone on your Kindle list. A letter from beyond the grave brings accountant Fae Childers face to face with murder, embezzlement, romance, and…Read More
“You have to be on time,” I say. “If you’re the worker who’s always punctual, no one wants to fire you. It shows you care about being professional and not imposing on your co-workers.”Read More
Tis the season to enjoy flavors like cranberry. And what better way to eat this rather healthy fruit than in a Cranberry Coffee Cake?Read More
Quick and easy non-dairy dessert.Read More
Dianna Gunn has crafted an awesome world with vivid characters and an intense storyline that sweeps you away in this dark fantasy. Book One of the Moonshadow Rising Duology (World of Omicaer Novels) is a definite must read! It also makes a great gift for the holidays.Read More
Looking for a way to use those Thanksgiving leftovers? Give this Caesar salad a try.Read More
Epic fantasy is a passion with Carol Browne and no one writes it better. Her new release is a story deep-seeded in folklore, mysterious creatures, and fantastical beings where elves were just the tip of the sword. The Gateway to Elvendom takes Godwin on a new adventure into the world long forgotten by humans… The Elwardain Chronicles is a series you do not want to miss.Read More
Tina Ruiz has outdone herself with her heartwarming children’s holiday story Blitzen Learns How to Fly. The characters are believable. The pictures are bright and cheery, and the story will hold a child’s attention from the first page to the last. The lesson on bullying and confidence building is evident, and the rest of the tale is simply charming. This is the perfect gift for every young person.Read More
Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but it doesn’t always feature the most delicious dishes. People are rushed and will grab just about any type of convenience food on their way out the door.
These Apple Pancakes take only a few minutes, are healthy, and I hope you will agree are worth the wait!
This vegetarian/vegan soup will help chase away the chill of the coldest day.Read More
Sloane Taylor takes over my blog today with some terrific comfort food for fall! This recipe makes one delicious sandwich that works great for lunch or dinner. Add a bowl of soup or crispy salad and a nice cold beer for a complete meal. Revved Up Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwich 2 slices Italian bread…Read More
This chocolate fudge is a delicious treat that will look lovely on any holiday table.Read More
This Cranberry, Coconut, Chocolate Zucchini Bread is a family favorite. I hope that you enjoy!Read More
My experience, after working in the plant nursery for more years than I care to count, is that some plants will perform admirably in the summer but must be stored for winter.Read More
My family has a lot of food allergies and I adjust the recipes I prepare as needed. Even though we follow different diets, we all agree that we would like to eat less meat. The meatless Mondays menus are something that we all appreciate.Read More
If you want to include more fruit and vegetables in your family’s diet, this Healthy Zucchini Banana Bread is a delicious start!Read More
In 1888 a killer stalked the streets of London’s Whitechapel district, brutally and ritualistically murdering women. The killer, dubbed Jack the Ripper, captured lurid headlines and the imagination of the public. Fictionalized versions of his story started appearing as early as October of 1888, only a few weeks after the discovery of the first victim.…Read More
The following fudge recipe includes chocolate, butter, and peppermint extract. It also sneaks in a few of the traditional halloween-type treats with the inclusion of Oreo Mint Thins.
This fudge needs to be refrigerated to set, so make this earlier in the day so that you can have a plate ready to snack on as you greet the trick-or-treaters. And if you make an extra-large batch, offer to share with your adult neighbors who are accompanying their kids. They just might enjoy a more adult snack!Read More
Looking for a treat, but don’t want all the fat that comes from a traditional fried doughnut? Try these Healthy Baked & Glazed Chocolate Doughnuts!Read More
As the weather starts to turn colder, my family starts looking for more hot soups and stews to fight off the chill.
This traditional soup recipe is both vegetarian and vegan.Read More
This #vegan #vegetarian dish makes a nice side for your fall dinners.Read More
Acclaimed journalist Anne Montgomery weaves her latest mystery/suspense novel around one of the most enduring cold case crimes in Arizona history.Read More
Traveler’s Zone, the second book in the Revelation Chronicles, is now on #Audible.Read More
This vegetarian soup is a refreshing summer treat perfect for either lunch or dinner.Read More
This is a traditional Midwestern recipe usually served as a side-dish. You can’t make a meal of meats and carbs alone. Well, you can, actually, but it’s nice to have a tasty vegetable dish to balance out your plate.Read More