Hi, everyone. Jim Webster has a couple of new novellas coming out and I offered to help him spread the word. Author, Jim Webster Someone once wrote this about me... "Jim Webster is probably still fifty-something, his tastes in music are eclectic, and his dress sense is rarely discussed in polite society. In spite of … Continue reading Colleen’s Coming Attractions: Two New Novellas by Author, @JimWebster6
Hi everyone. Today, I'm visited by Lisa Burton and C. S. (Craig) Boyack. I'm thrilled to share that Craig has a new book that he recently published on New Year's Eve! Let's welcome them both to my blog today. "Oh, my gosh, Colleen, thanks for having me over today. Winter is a good time to … Continue reading Authors Supporting Authors: Introducing C. S. Boyack’s New Release: “Voyage of the Lanternfish”
Anne Goodwin and I were lucky enough to be featured on Sally Cronin’s 11th day of Christmas celebration. There’s food, great memories, drink (a little too much), and great friends. Happy Yule and Merry Christmas. ❤
Just two more parties to go before the big day and for this celebration I am delighted to welcome writers Colleen Chesebro and Anne Goodwin, both of whom will be sharing their most precious Christmas memories.
I thought that we could not talk about Christmas without preparing something for the pets in the family. In the old days, and that was in fact only about 30 years ago, pets were fed on scraps as they had been for the thousands of years as our companions. I appreciate that most of the animal foods available today may be rich in nutrients and full of vitality but I am afraid that I steer clear of dried food and prefer to go the natural route.
It is tempting to give pets the same treats that we enjoy but I am afraid that at Christmas treats like human chocolate are extremely dangerous. Chocolate
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Posted on December 2, 2018 by Smorgasbord - Variety is the Spice of Life. I've shared this article from Sally Cronin's blog. There is an amazing group of books, food ideas, Christmas ideas, etc. Happy Sunday and ENJOY! ❤ I cannot believe that it is December and we are less than four weeks away from Christmas Day. I … Continue reading Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Weekly Round-Up – Christmas book promotions, Music, Humour, great food, and fantastic guests
C. S. Boyack is the creative genius behind Lisa Burton Radio. He's shared a fabulous roundup of free promotional opportunities for authors and bloggers that you will not want to miss. ❤ Hi, all, and welcome to another edition of Lisa Burton Radio. This week is a special edition, because it’s geared to all you … Continue reading Exposing Your Work on #LisaBurtonRadio
Image Credit: Beth Trissel.wordpress.com Beth Trissel is one of my favorite paranormal romance authors. She has a new book that will release soon, and I can't wait to read it! Beth's post is filled with breathtaking photos of the beautiful land she calls home. Please stop by and say hello! ❤ The setting is the … Continue reading Fascinating Story Behind Secret Lady (Book 3 Ladies in Time) | Beth Trissel.wordpress.com
Today, Robbie Cheadle, stopped by to talk about a topic that is dear to my heart: poetry. I'll be reviewing this book soon. ❤ Robbie and her friend, Kim Blades, collaborated on a poetry book called "Open a New Door." This is a new release and you will find links to the book below. Author … Continue reading Guest Post: “Poetry & Me” by Robbie Cheadle
I was thrilled to be a guest on Hugh’s blog today to reminisce about old songs and memories! In 1981, I lived in the UK and this song still resonates as it transports me back to a time I’ll never forget! ❤ Please stop by and say hello! ❤
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London – November 5th, 1988
All hopes of me trying to kickstart my love life seemed to have failed. There has been so much else going on in my life over the last few months that I’ve disregarded it, and now Cupid seems to be paying me back.
The date I had with David last night was a disaster. I might as well have been on a date with a broomstick because David had as much energy as a piece of plasterboard. The broomstick would have come in handy for me to have made my escape. However, maybe I’m a little unfair in what I say because I really just do not feel in the mood for any romance at the moment. It’s the wrong time, and I should…
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