Tag Archives: Cassandra

As I mentioned last week, my little goat-cheese-making adventure didn’t go quite the way I expected. It all turned out fine – quite deliciously, in fact – but I thought I was doing it all wrong. Cassandra, from Genesis, wasn’t a whole lot of help. We followed this recipe, but it went a bit like this: Me: “I cooked it to 180, just like it said.” Cassandra: “I didn’t have this metal stick thing – what do you call it?” Me: “A candy thermometer. So how did you know when the milk was heated enough?” Cassandra: “By look and smell. … 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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