Welcome back to our interactive 1920’s culinary mystery serial! The “ingredients” for this episode are from the very talented “Kraftycat” at Kraftycat Creations. You don’t have to be a crazy cat person to enjoy her blog. Not only does she make adorable kitty toys, she makes wonderful gifts and jewelry for the humans. I hope you’ll check out … More Three Ingredients II – 15: Ribs, Watermelon, Corn
Pete & Repeat Two chickpeas, Pete and Repeat were in a pod-boat. Pete fell overboard. What was left? “Repeat!” you say? Well, alright then… Pete and Repeat were in a boat— Okay, I’m just being silly. I would have done something with “Lather, rinse and repeat” but I couldn’t come up with anything. It took … More Three Ingredients II – 14: Chickpeas, Curry, Coconut Milk
Is it a culinary mystery — how to get a guest post spot? No longer! Sally just issued an invitation! Huge hugs everyone. 😀
To finish out this mini-series of the re-blogged author interviews of my readers… I was honored when the amazing Sally G. Cronin invited me to be in her Sunday Show this weekend. To share more of Sally’s blog with you, here is that post. Hugs all around!
Originally posted on KimberlySullivan:
I’m extremely happy to have talented author Evelyne Holingue on my blog today. I met Evelyne through her fabulous blog. I was bound to love Evelyne’s blog and her writing. Evelyne is from France (alongside Italy, my favorite country in the world), where she grew up in beautiful Normandy and studied…
Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Hi my name is Sally Cronin and I am writing this from my home in Madrid where I live with my husband. Before I was a writer, I was many other things to many other people . Now into my 60’s I am enjoying…
Originally posted on Debra Paulson:
Back in my craft show days, I used to bring my smaller spinning wheel to the venue to while away the hours between customers. Spinning fascinates children; at the shows, I was a child-magnet and soon I realized I was also the babysitter. “Look kids,” the mother or father would exclaim…
Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: As you know on Fridays I bring you guest authors and/or literary novelties. I’ve known Jo Robinson for a while, but recently we’ve been interacting more through her fantastic blog, where she shares everything, from her adventures in health, post offices and moving across countries, to humorous videos, and…
I had the idea to re-blog some recent author interviews that have been done on readers of Teagan’s Books. Here’s a lovely one Sally G. Cronin did with Olga Núñez Miret earlier this summer. To my delighted astonishment, three bloggers have asked to interview me – all within a short time. It was quite humbling. … More The Sunday Show – Olga Núñez Miret – Author and Forensic Psychiatrist
To my delighted astonishment, three bloggers have asked to interview me – all within a short time. It was quite humbling. So I had the idea to re-blog some recent author interviews that have been done on readers of Teagan’s Books. Here’s a lovely one Siobhan Daiko did with Mary J. McCoy-Dressel. Enjoy!
Forgive me everyone. I tried to send Pip with a message postponing the next episode of The Three Ingredients, but she pouted and wouldn’t even look at me. Yesterday I celebrated a small personal “positive” hoping it would get me back on track, but here I sit, making excuses despite that. I haven’t been able to … More Three Ingredients: The Mess in the “Kitchen”
One of the ingredients for Episode-11, red currants, caused me to add a merman to our serial. Later I had the thought that Andrea Stephenson might like that character. You see, she has written about mythical water beings like selkies. So I am very pleased to tell you that the ingredients for this episode are from the marvelous magical … More Three Ingredients II – 13: Chickpeas, Winkles, Rice Pudding
Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: It’s Friday and as you know I like to bring you guest authors and/or new books in this spot. For the last few weeks I’ve brought you the books, and a bit of information, about some of the blogger authors I follow, as I suddenly realised that after…
Granny Fanny was so angry, frustrated, and worried about Pip that she couldn’t take any more. Granny says she’s sending our flapper home to her father! You know… I just realized that last weekend I forgot to add a “ghostly ingredient” from the Jar of Spooky Things. But that’s beside the point. I had an … More Three Ingredients: Granny Is Angry, What Would You Do?