Month: June 2022

It’s A New Era of God

These last few years have seen a lot of changes – not just here in the United States, but around the entire globe. We’ve faced challenges never seen before – and we’ve dealt (and are still dealing) with many of them. Things seem “different” and in some cases “off” from...

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Dairy, Dairy, Quite Contrary by Amy Lillard

Twenty-nine year old Sissy Yoder has packed up her bags and Duke (her Yorkshire terrier) –she’s not gettin’ outta Dodge – she’s gettin’ out of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Seems like things just weren’t working out in Tulsa, especially when it came to her cowboy boyfriend. Now she’s...

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Guilty Creatures edited by Martin Edwards

Looking for something different when it comes to stellar mysteries? Then check out Guilty Creatures recently released by Poison Pen Press. This is another “fine” example of a compilation of mysteries from the British Library Crime Classics. I’ve really gotten “hooked”...

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EZ Cold Plate Lunches for Hot Days

When the scorching summer sun really kicks in, there’s no better time than to fix yourself a cold plate for lunch or dinner. When temperatures stay hot and humid, who wants to slave over a hot stove (not me). That’s the ease and beauty of cold plates on hot days. Spring...

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Interview: Mystery author Leslie Budewitz

Whether you know her as cozy mystery maven Leslie Budewitz or as suspense novelist Alicia Beckman – or both – it doesn’t matter – it’s all good! Below is my interview with this versatile author: Leslie, your As The Christmas Cookie Crumbles (A Food Lovers’ Village...

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