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Favorite Things, Part Three By Susan Hanniford Crowley

In this part of “My Favorite Things,” I’m giving you more fun things. Favorite thing #1. My latest book The Vampire with a Blanket is in more places per the requests of readers. Here’s the list: Amazon Kindle and Print … Continue reading

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A Writing Prompt to Inspire Creativity By Susan Hanniford Crowley

The power of the storm and what it can do to our lives is amazing. As I write this, a half a million people in Connecticut are still in the dark from Tropical Storm (with more attitude than people expected) … Continue reading

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The Truth About Love By Susan Hanniford Crowley

Romance writers write books that delight and entrance their readers. These books may contain suspense or mystery. It could be a thriller. Some romance novels reach beyond the borders of daily life into the paranormal or even outer space. The … Continue reading

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Favorite Things, Part Two By Susan Hanniford Crowley

In this part of “My Favorite Things,” I’m giving you more fun things to see. Everyone needs to laugh sometimes just for general wellness. My first recommendation is Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga! This is a rather … Continue reading

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Important Things to Think About By Susan Hanniford Crowley

I have learned a lot about life this week. Mostly I’ve been offline due to illness. (Not COVID 19.) Here are some of the things I’ve learned from experts in various disciplines. Some of it is serious. Some of it … Continue reading

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A Birthday High Tea By Susan Hanniford Crowley

Previously you saw my practice tea. Today I have the results and recipes for the Birthday High Tea for my oldest daughter. I made some changes to this tea. We also made the cake together. The first sandwich is my … Continue reading

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Happy 4th of July By Susan Hanniford Crowley

On this special day celebrating the Independence of the United States of America, there is so much that we as a nation share. We have wonderful fireworks, barbecues, a lot of patriotic spirit. Congratulations! We are still here, and we’re … Continue reading

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Practice Tea By Susan Hanniford Crowley

Those that know me or have been reading Nights of Passion Blog for a bit know that I love tea. While I have been to several teas, I seldom make it. Though years ago, I did a high tea with … Continue reading

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Getting your Just Desserts

By C. Margery Kempe How do your characters earn their just desserts? Last time I was thinking about making characters suffer, and that’s certainly part of it. You want to see them go through the fire. If they’re just handed … Continue reading

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