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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Stash English Breakfast Tea

  Sadly, we only have two more pods of coffee left till payday and grocery shopping. This was of great disappointment to both the husbear and I. He said, “I need more caffeine, let’s have tea.” I look at our tea collection and reached for the English Breakfast, just as he […]

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Lila Leigh Hunter – 12/30

Lila Leigh Hunter lives in the Lone Star State and considers herself lucky for the love and support of her husband and four kids, even when they think she doesn’t do anything around the house. Lila’s number one fan is her seventy-five-year-old mother, who listens to all her crazy ideas […]

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Trader Joe’s Coconut Green Tea

With lemongrass and ginger too. It’s a very fragrant tea. When I put it in the steeping ball, I commented that it looked like twigs and dirt. And the husbear said that that was what tea was… enh… It’s interesting, it smells minty almost. It must be the ginger/lemongrass combo. […]

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Dianne Hartsock – 12/23

  She groans. She has half a dozen short stories and several novels under her belt, and yet the bio is the hardest thing for her to write. We take it slow and I suggest she tell me where she lives.  Dianne lives in the Willamette Valley of Oregon with her wonderful and […]

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The Scarlet Lock – WIP

This is a Work in Progress, the grammar probably sucks. I have a tendency for run-on sentences. I’d like to know what you think, and if you’d be interested in reading more. Anything can happen in Paris, that’s what Brandon Marshall told himself, as he sat drinking cappuccino in a cafe […]

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The First Time

EXCERPT: Chapter One The ground had opened up, and he was screaming. He was outside the cave, and the trees were falling down everywhere. His broken leg was throbbing and Ujaruk was nowhere to be seen. And then, with a heaving like a bear rolling over a boulder, the thin […]

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Home Is Where The Hard Is

EXCERPT: “Look, it’s over if you zip that duffel bag.” Nik stopped and looked into Chad’s eyes. “Then I’ll know you aren’t willing to fix this,” he said and turned to lean against the wall. This was the same forty-five minute fight that had been going on for the past […]

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Hawaiian Trunks

EXCERPT: Two white-haired men in matching blue Hawaiian shirts held hands and looked over at the minister, who wasn’t wearing much, just his flip-flops and blue-and-green plaid shorts. None of the men gathered around them were dressed in any particular fashion beyond “beach.” It was as if the couple said, […]

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Christina Alexandra – 12/16

    Christina Alexandra hails from Southern California where she always dreamed of writing books for a living. A late-comer to the Romance World, Christina writes stories set in the Georgian and Regency periods, and uses all her experiences as inspiration to craft emotional stories with a unique twist on modern […]

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