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Dad always called my daughter, Natalie, an “old soul.” Maybe because she’d listen to his old Julie London and Frank Sinatra records and knew those lyrics better than most of the contemporary music or because she read the poetry he liked, could recite Donald Hall and Pablo Neruda (in Spanish), and even wrote her own poetry that was spellbinding in its ability to discern truth and display a keen knowledge of nature. Continue reading

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The Rat-Ass Nutcracker

I’m still playing with the new editor. We’ll leave it at that rather than have a rant fest. 

This was written for Carrot Ranch.

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Review of Christmas at Strand House

 

Christmas at Strand House

Linda Mitchelmore

HQ Digital

December 4, 2018


Blurb: A holiday to change their lives forever!

A festive feel-good holiday read, perfect for fans of Lilly Bartlett, Tilly Tennant and Eve Devon.

When Lissy inherits her late godmother’s seaside villa, Strand House, she decides to turn her life upside-down and move to the seaside. Continue reading

Review of Mistletoe in Mayhem with Excerpt and Giveaway!

This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. L.E. Rico will be awarding a $10 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the rest of the stops on the tours.

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Review of The Christmas Window

The giveaway from the book tour for The Christmas Window has 5 days remaining. Check it out from this previous post.


 


The Christmas Window

Melissa McClone

Tule Publishing

October 18, 2018



BlurbA matchmaking aunt wants her nephew to find love under the mistletoe…

All doggy daycare owner Callie Andrews wants for Christmas is to win first prize this year. The annual window display competition is a huge event in Silver Falls, and she’s determined to showcase her success when her family visits her small town. It’s time for her parents and three older brothers to realize the “baby” of the family is thriving on her own. Continue reading