Tag Archives: New England

First Snow by Gerri Brousseau

Here in Connecticut, we are bracing for the arctic blast and our first snow storm of the season. The weather man is telling us it will be a dusting to about one inch. That’s not a lot, but it may … Continue reading

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First Day of Spring by Gerri Brousseau

Today is the First Day of Spring! For those of us in New England it has been a very long hard winter, and it appears as if despite the fact that the calendar reads “Spring Begins” Old Man Winter is … Continue reading

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With Premonition of Terror, it was story first—and believable characters had to tell it with Katheryn Orzech

Dear Readers, Today I’m turning Nights of Passion over to the author of Premonition of Terror, Katheryn Orzech. Welcome Katheryn. With Premonition of Terror, it was story first—and believable characters had to tell it. Hi everyone. Thanks for coming. And … Continue reading

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Wishing Your Life Away by Gerri Brousseau

Zero to 60 and back to zero again in a matter of days.  Less than two weeks ago the temperatures were in the low 60’s and this week it was close to zero and snowing.  I’m sure the weather in New … Continue reading

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Autumn Weather and Comfort Food by Gerri Brousseau

With the cooler temperatures and all the signs that autumn is approaching we, as New Englander’s, begin to think about all things fall.  As a native of Connecticut, I am accustomed to winterizing my home, pulling in the garden hose, … Continue reading

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