All About the Podcast


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I love podcasts. I’m not sure why, but when I’m cleaning the house, making dinner, and walking the dog I love to listen to my favorite teachers, motivational speakers, business specialists, and short stories. Since the New Year started, I made a list of new-to-me podcasters, plus one I…

Anton by @BrendaRothert #NewRelease #Romance @InkSlingerPR


Today we are celebrating the release of ANTON by Brenda Rothert. This is a contemporary romance, standalone title, and it kicks off the brand new Chicago Blaze hockey romance series. Purchase your copy now for only $2.99! BUY IT NOW! Amazon | Nook | Kobo | Apple Books Follow Brenda’s newsletter for exclusive details! Anton…

Sneak Off and Read: Lines with the topic, MYSTERY #RSsos #RomSuspense


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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines with the topic, MYSTERY Interested in reading more? Click on the book covers below for information about the novel and the author. Odd that I thrive on finding creative solutions to complicated rescue scenarios or diagnosing the mystery of someone’s medical issue, but the reality of…

Ending on the Right Note


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By Joanne Guidoccio Last summer,  I read several books with unsatisfying endings. In one case, I wondered if the novel had been worth my time and attention. The author had started with a compelling opening, the characters were well-developed, and each chapter ended on a suspenseful note. Where did…

Bound by Obsession by @TrishMcCallan #NewRelease #Romance @XpressoReads


Bound By Obsession Trish McCallan Publication date: February 21st 2019 Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance When Navy SEAL Brett (Tag) Taggart’s ex-love is kidnapped during her wedding—to another man—Tag joins his SEAL brethren to rescue her. The mission reveals why Sarah walked out on him two years earlier, a revelation that serves to inflame the baggage…

Cooking up Memories-Cousin Jack Pasties #Recipe #Familyfirst


This post started out one way, but took a different turn after a distressing end to my week. Let me explain. As a child I was what’s known as a tomboy. I’m sure I disappointed my mom, who liked to place my long, wavy brown hair in braids or barrettes and dress me in pretty…