Monthly Archives: November 2013

Sleeping-In Saturday–Time to Rest

Happy Thanksgiving!  I hope it was fun with great food.  Happy Hannukah!  I know it continues as we speak.  Did you participate in the shopping event called Black Friday?   After all the celebration and the shopping, I’m sure you’re beat.  … Continue reading

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Unique Things

What are you reading this week? I’m Reading China Lake by Meg Gardiner. Happy Hanukkah to all my friends who celebrate it. I like unique facts and things. Today I heard this is the first time in one hundred years that … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving by Gerri Brousseau

Happy Thanksgiving, Dear Readers. Today I hope you are enjoying a wonderful dinner while sitting at a bountiful table, sharing with your family and friends. I hope you take a moment to reflect upon the blessings in your life. Today … Continue reading

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What I’m Really Thankful For

Seeing as Thanksgiving is tomorrow and it is one of my favorite holidays, I wanted to touch on what we are really thankful for (or at least what I am). Sure I’m looking forward to maple ham, juicy turkey, mashed … Continue reading

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Thankful by Leia Shaw

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I decided to make a list of the top 5 things I’m most thankful for. I tried to get a little more descriptive than just family and friends and a home, etc to keep it … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Week Paranormal-Scope

While I’m not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked with the paranormal in the world. In many ways, so are you. The Paranormal-Scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant … Continue reading

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Time with friends

As a work at home, homeschooling mom who also writes and is the VP of her local RWA chapter, it’s very easy for me to get bogged down with my to-do list. I forget that I need time for me, … Continue reading

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Characters and Cookies and a Surprise

You’ve probably have heard what happens if you give a mouse a cookie.  It’s a famous children’s book.  Well, what about vampires?  Do they even like cookies?  We know that vampires over the age of 100 years (that’s in vampire … Continue reading

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How Does Friday Roll Around So Quickly

What are you reading? I’m reading Cheese It, The Cops by Sharon Daynard a short story in book The Killer Wore Cranberry: Room for Thirds. It’s a fun story for the holidays. All the stories in the book are lite … Continue reading

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Meeting the Readers by Gerri Brousseau

Happy Thursday, Readers. Today I’m thinking about all the aspects of writing. If you have read any of my blogs you probably know I enjoy it all, but I must admit the most fun part of it is the book … Continue reading

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