I’m sure this beautiful and summertime view got your attention. Today you can find me at https://silkensheetsandseduction.wordpress.com with my post Summer Sweetness & Sweat. My days since I returned from vacation have been very busy. I shall have lots of news for you soon on several ongoing projects. Am I going to produce a newsletter? Certainly not yet. I hope you all catch a few warm rays today even if you are in winter where you are. Summer sighs for the pleasures of; ice-cream mel
This isn’t the post I’d intended for today but I wanted to share this experience instead. Most of you know I care for my Mom full time. The other stuff I do is meant to keep me functioning as an adult human. Some of it works. There are times in the day when Mom is settled and happy watching TV, where I can make a twenty minute dash to the local shops. This is simply so we have food on the table and all the other necessities . Yesterday, as I got to the car I realized I’d forgotten somethin
Welcome to Sunday Sexy Snippets, and thanks to the Nuthouse Scribblers for their weekly challenge to offer seven sexy snippets from a work in progress or published work. To visit the Nuthouse Scribblers please click on the logo. Please be aware Sexy Snippets often contain 18+ material. By continuing to read you acknowledge you are over 18. My Sexy Snippet this week includes a cover reveal for the forthcoming Paranormal story collection from the group of authors who write for
Since I have been back home from my holiday I have seen skies like the one in the image above. This cloud formation is one known to older people and some younger ones too, as Mackerel Sky, because these clouds look like the fish scales on a Mackerel. The first English written reference to this appears in 1636, but I think people have known this cloud formation and what it means for a lot longer than that. The old rhyme goes: Mackerel Sky, Mackerel Sky, Never long wet, never long d
Today, 28th of June, a lovely author I know and appreciate has a special post on her blog. I have been looking forward to seeing this since she first explained about it. At present I am having some issues with logging into my blog here. I think a clash of technology is behind the problem. Hopefully, I’ll get it resolved quickly, but just in case I can’t get in this morning I have set this post up so you won’t miss the opportunity to visit Carmen Stefanescu’s blog. http://shadowspastmystery.blog
Back from vacation. I have been away on holiday for the last couple of weeks and enjoyed a taste of life as it was lived in the past.
I stayed in this delightful, tiny thatched cottage on the Norfolk coast; a place I’d recommend to anyone who wants a relaxing break. In this particular location I had no internet connection and even mobile, (cell, for US readers) phone coverage was sporadic. I truly felt I’d stepped into a bygone era. I know not everyone wants that kind of disconnec
Please help celebrate release day for Carmen Stefanescu’s latest book Till Life Do US Part.
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Barbara Heyer can hear voices of dead people. They whisper of their deaths, seek comfort for those left behind, and occasionally even warn her about future events. But when Barbara’s brother, Colin, is accused of murder, it will take more than her gift to prove his innocence.
Becoming smitten with the handsome investigator, Detective Patrick Fische
Today is release day for Barbara’s Redemption by Diane Saxon. Congratulations Diane, on another super story and a stunning new cover.
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Black Hawk pilot Captain Barbara Lynn Perry is running scared. Witness to an event too horrible to think about and too dangerous to talk of, she finds herself alienated from a world she has always had faith in.
A not so lovely blooming Monday.
This astonishing plant stole my weekend. I discovered it in my garden and have spent most of the last two days getting rid of it. You might wonder why I would want to destroy it. This plant is sculptural in its beauty, almost architectural in its form, and surely a stunning addition to any garden. Yes, it has a certain beauty about it and the prolific flowers offer pollen to all kinds of insects. Yet, I was compelled to do everything I could to try