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Fierce

In this wide-ranging collection of steampunk, dystopian, and fantasy short fiction, award-winning author Chris Pavesic presents vibrant female characters in compelling narratives.

My Fair Guardian Review

  Can she polish him up enough to fit into society…without falling in love? When Bethany is saddled with an unwanted, unrefined, and decidedly common guardian, she must polish him up before he’s fit for good society. As for Willoughby Winter, all that stands...

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A Sneak Peek at Shelf Life

Welcome to the Cover Reveal for Shelf Life!   About the Book: Young bookseller Cathy Finn is having a bad day. First, there's the assassin's bullet. Then comes the realisation that she's been living in a work of fiction. Worse, she wasn't even the main character....

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Emma’s Wildflowers

Emma Lane, who writes cozy mysteries as Janis Lane, is an expert on plants, how to use them in our gardens, and what to do when a season ends. She is here today to share a little of her expertise. When I moved to Western New York (a very long time ago), I bought a...

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Bibliophilia

I’m a bibliophile and my house is full of books and magazines. Many of them I’ve opened for reference at one time or another. Many of them I’ve read cover to cover. Most of them I have not read at all, but I hope to one day.

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Baked Pears with Oatmeal-Raisin Crumble

This dessert is quick, easy, healthy, and delicious. Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon cold unsalted butter, cut into 1/4-inch dice 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons old-fashioned oats 1 tablespoon brown sugar, not packed 1 tablespoon green...

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No Rest for the Wicked

The 1870’s in America was a rough time to be a child. Even though slavery officially ended during the War Between the States, people like George’s parents were still only considered partial people. Except for out West. In California, the general rough and tumble...

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Cinnamon Buns with Orange Glaze

Whether served for breakfast with coffee (or hot cocoa) or presented as a dessert, this cinnamon-orange pastry is a delicious treat!   Ingredients: 1 package (1/4 oz.) active dry yeast 1 cup warm milk, divided 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon sugar, divided 1/2...

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Spaghetti & Meatballs

This is a multi-step dish and requires 3 pans, but the results are worth it! Ingredients Sauce: 1 chopped onion 3 tablespoons butter 2 6 oz cans tomato paste 2 cups water 1 teaspoon salt 1⁄2 teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon sugar 1 bay leaf Meatballs: 1⁄2 cup milk 2 eggs...

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The Great Moisturizer Debate

Finding a moisturizer that works for your particular skin can be a very difficult task. A few years ago I tried Dior's Hydra Life Creme and loved the way that it made my skin look. It cleared up my dry patches (which is my most prominent issue) and did not irritate my...

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Lone Star Cheesy Green Chili Treat

Gina Briganti joins me in the virtual kitchen today with a big plate of Texas goodness! by Gina Briganti First rule of making this recipe: make a big pan to meet the demand. First rule of guest blogging, thank your host for inviting you into their virtual kitchen....

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Buy Makeup Responsibly

With Earth Day 2019 behind us, the statistics for the amount of pollution produced each year can seem staggering. But change on an individual (or family) level is possible. If we keep thinking that it’s too late to do anything, then it will be. So it’s time for...

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Crepes With Berries

Most berry crepes consist of one type of fruit. They are simple and satisfying, but not necessarily special. This one is a more sophisticated take where apricot preserves enhance the flavor. You can use whatever fruit you like as long as it is sweet and ripe.

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Beverlee Beaz the Brown Burmese Exclusive

  Mirror World Publishing presents a 1-week virtual book tour for Beverlee Beaz the Brown Burmese Written by Regan W.H. Macaulay and Illustrated by Alex Zgud!   About Beverlee Beaz the Brown Burmese:Beverlee Beaz, the brown Burmese, longs for adventure and...

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Panning, PAO, and Other Makeup Quirks

A store can have a product on the shelf (or a person can have an unused product in his/her home) that is technically new (unopened) but several years old. Depending upon the type of product and the ingredients, a “new” product could expire in the jar or package without ever being opened.

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My Fair Guardian Review

  Can she polish him up enough to fit into society…without falling in love? When Bethany is saddled with an unwanted, unrefined, and decidedly common guardian, she must polish him up before he’s fit for good society. As for Willoughby Winter, all that stands...

read more

A Sneak Peek at Shelf Life

Welcome to the Cover Reveal for Shelf Life!   About the Book: Young bookseller Cathy Finn is having a bad day. First, there's the assassin's bullet. Then comes the realisation that she's been living in a work of fiction. Worse, she wasn't even the main character....

read more

Emma’s Wildflowers

Emma Lane, who writes cozy mysteries as Janis Lane, is an expert on plants, how to use them in our gardens, and what to do when a season ends. She is here today to share a little of her expertise. When I moved to Western New York (a very long time ago), I bought a...

read more

Bibliophilia

I’m a bibliophile and my house is full of books and magazines. Many of them I’ve opened for reference at one time or another. Many of them I’ve read cover to cover. Most of them I have not read at all, but I hope to one day.

read more

Tuna Hummus Pita Sandwich

This vegetarian dish makes a quick and easy lunch for a hot summer day. No stove or oven required! Ingredients: One can tuna in water (5 oz.) 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 tablespoon finely chopped red onion About 1/3 cup chopped cucumber 1 tablespoon golden raisins or...

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My Fair Guardian Review

  Can she polish him up enough to fit into society…without falling in love? When Bethany is saddled with an unwanted, unrefined, and decidedly common guardian, she must polish him up before he’s fit for good society. As for Willoughby Winter, all that stands...

read more

A Sneak Peek at Shelf Life

Welcome to the Cover Reveal for Shelf Life!   About the Book: Young bookseller Cathy Finn is having a bad day. First, there's the assassin's bullet. Then comes the realisation that she's been living in a work of fiction. Worse, she wasn't even the main character....

read more

Emma’s Wildflowers

Emma Lane, who writes cozy mysteries as Janis Lane, is an expert on plants, how to use them in our gardens, and what to do when a season ends. She is here today to share a little of her expertise. When I moved to Western New York (a very long time ago), I bought a...

read more

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