Monthly Archives: September 2011

To kick off the new Foodie Friday feature, we’re starting with my absolute favorite ingredient. No, it’s not garlic, although that might be a close second. Behold the power of… Cheddar. Brie. Gouda. Muenster. Mozzarella. Provolone. Monterrey Jack. Pepperjack. Colby. Goat. Camembert. Soft. Hard. Pressed. Blue. Any and all, please.  And now I’m drooling just as much as I did yesterday. Is this what heaven looks like? If it weren’t for chocolate and cheese, I swear I’d be at least 20 pounds thinner. I love cheese. All kinds of it. By itself or with just about anything. Isn’t everything better … Continue reading


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Eric Northman. Damon Salvatore. Do I have your attention? Maybe these will help. Aah. Okay, that is all. No. Wait! Not really. I just got a little distracted for a moment there. *wipes drool from chin* This is why I should wait to insert pictures until after I’ve written the post. Okay, really, I do have a reason for bringing your attention to these hawties and for the same reason I posted the passage I did for this week’s Teaser Tuesday. Which I’ll get to in a moment. But first…why these two? Because I have a new lust. Let me … Continue reading


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Every Wednesday, I feature a writer to hopefully introduce you to some new authors and books that I know you’ll love. Today I’m excited to introduce to you a fellow contributor of The Writer’s Voice, a new multi-author blog where you get to know the voices behind the stories. Keary Taylor is one of those voices. I’m just getting to know her myself, but I think I love her already. Especially because she writes about a favorite subject of my own: fallen angels. Hehe. Keary has several books out and lives in what sounds like a really cool place. I’m … Continue reading


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A tease from Genesis: A Soul Savers Novella (releasing next month! Eep!) There’s a reason I’m sharing this – you’ll find out Thursday. 🙂 A little set-up. The first “his” refers to Niko, a fallen soldier. The other male here is Jordan, one of the two main characters of the story, who’s been carrying Niko across his shoulders. “Her” refers to Cassandra, Jordan’s twin sister and the other main character. This part is told from Cassandra’s point of view. His lids slowly lifted, revealing the familiar green-olive eyes. His entire face contorted with pain but something sparked in his eyes … Continue reading


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I’m not doing so well on my goal of reading one craft book a month. But it’s not that I haven’t been reading. I have! It’s just been a little slow going with life’s events and getting two books ready for publication. It also has to do with the book I’ve been reading – Plot & Structure by James Scott Bell. Don’t get me wrong. It’s not that it’s a bad book or boring or anything so horrible. Most of you have already read this book and know it’s actually quite the opposite. It’s one of the best craft books … Continue reading


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