My favorite of all holidays… and my favorite yearly challenge… It’s my time of year! So for all my spirited, Ghost in the Kitchen-loving, heavenly haunt hunters, poltergeist pursuers, and gremlin getters I bid you — Happy Halloween! I’m glad my spirits are high (and I don’t mean Maestro Martino has gotten locked into another wine … More Happy Halloween and Happy NaNoWriMo
Thanks to Debra for a huge grin on my face, at a time when I really need to smile. This must be a cousin of Cracker the Parrot — grooving to my favorite Stevie Nicks song! How could i resist a reblog?
Hello everyone — and welcome. I’m delighted to have you here, and I’m happy to be here too. You see, a week ago I had a resignation blog ready to post — leaving this blog and the serials, and maybe writing all together. Why? Something troubled me greatly when I concluded Three Ingredients Cookbook-2, a Ghost … More Rewind – Three Things Serial Episodes 1 – 5
Welcome back everyone! Our previous chapter of this interactive culinary mystery was essentially part-1 of a 2-part finale. And yes — I heard the commotion when I left our three suspects of ill-doing hanging in midair (literally) and basically you along with them. I’m just wicked that way… I really can’t help myself. I sincerely … More Three Ingredients II – 18: Conclusion – Sweet Potato, Wimberries, Worcestershire Sauce
Welcome to the My Workspace Blog Hop. When smart, funny, and talented, Jo Robinson tagged me for this bloghop I did a double take. “What workspace? ” I thought. When I lived in the desert southwest I had a detached house with a little work room I used for writing and crafts. It was not a … More My Workspace Blog Hop
Horsefeathers! This took me by surprise. I didn’t know quite where the “ingredients” would take this story — until last evening. > Sheiks and Shebas, I have to tell you — this is the penultimate episode of Three Ingredients Cookbook-2, a Ghost in the Kitchen. Sorry I didn’t add that subtitle sooner — it’s always been … More Three Ingredients II – 17: Spinach, Carrots, Yogurt
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I met Teagan via her amazing blog and decided to check out her writing and I must tell you that “Atonement, Tennessee” is a beautiful novel. It’s a new start for Ralda, who just moved to Antonement from DC: a new city with her rescue cat Lilith and a world of…