Baking Just Got Easier Blog Tour

I’m not a food blogger and I’m not a foodie, but I do love desserts. Recently I’ve been trying to be more organized with cooking and meal-planning, so when Christina Dymock contacted me about this blog tour, I thought it might be fun to participate. I find that most people have different habits and opinions when it comes to […]

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Author Interview with Cami Checketts

This week I’m participating in a blog tour for Cami Checkett’s latest release, Shadows in the Curtain. Cami is a prolific author (I believe this is her tenth novel) specializing in romantic thrillers. She has a degree in Exercise Science and often blogs about health and fitness issues. I imagine that knowledge comes in handy with four active sons who love […]

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Summer Fun $175 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

  11 authors have come together to give you some SUMMER FUN READING and a $175 AMAZON GIFT CARD! Click on the image to read a summary of each book :)             GIVEAWAY ends 8/31/14    No purchase necessary. You must be 18 or older and legally able to receive […]

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100 years ago today . . .

100 years ago today, a sickly young man with a mission wandered the streets of Sarajevo. Gavrilo Princip, a young Bosnian Serb, wasn’t happy with Austro-Hungarian rule. Relations between Serbia and the Austro-Hungarian empire were at a low point. Serbia had recently regained territory lost since Medieval times, and their growing power made the Hapsburg […]

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Star-Spangled Summer Adventure

If you look hard enough, you can always find an anniversary for an interesting historical event, but 2014 seems to be full of special dates. We just commemorated the 70th anniversary of D-day, and coming up soon are the 100-year anniversaries of the events leading to the start of World War One. One of my […]

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The 70th Anniversary of D-day

Seventy years ago today, American, British, and Canadian troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, France in the largest amphibious invasion in history. It wouldn’t be overly dramatic to say they were on a quest to save the world. The preparation for D-day was intense, involving specialized training, elaborate deception schemes, and more than 10,000 combat […]

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A Few More Deadly Alliance Items

I can’t believe it’s already May 10th. The last month and a half have been busy for me. My children no longer take naps, and quiet time isn’t very long, so I’ve decided blogging will be a lower priority for me so I can spend most of my writing time on new novels. (I’m typing […]

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