Monthly Archives: April 2015

Love Is Magic by Pepper Phillips

Remember when you first fell in love? I do. It was at a USO show at Camp Pendleton in California. My first appearance as a dancer, wearing black fishnet stockings and a white sweater, I danced before the Marines. While … Continue reading

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Love Blooms on Main Street by Authors of Main Street

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LIVE!!! Love Blooms on Main Street is LIVE TODAY!

Love Blooms on Main Street Every flower tells a story. Just as the first fragrant blooms of spring stir the senses, Love Blooms on Main Street is sure to touch your heart. Ranging from sweet to spicy, these stand-alone contemporary … Continue reading

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Small Town Romance: Real or Fairytale? by Stephanie Queen

I’m on “Team Real”. Small towns are real. Romances are real–they happen all the time–even in small towns (or else where would they get all those kids playing in the streets and the parks?) It should come as no surprise … Continue reading

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Grandmothers in Books

While browsing through my old blog posts I came across the following one that brought tears to my eyes. It was published on my own blog in May 2008: Today I celebrated Mother’s Day as a daughter, mother and grandmother. … Continue reading

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What Brightens Your Day?

We all have different symbols that brighten our days. I’m partial to flowers. Any color, height or width. Tickseed (Coreopsis auriculata) is a gorgeous plant. Tickseed resemble daisies, which I’m fond of. They produce tiny seeds which resemble ticks. Before you know it, … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring

Up here in Ontario, we are finally seeing spring. The snow has melted away to reveal matted brown lawns. But that’s okay. Among the blades of dead grass, the first flowers are beginning to emerge. See that blue bloom my … Continue reading

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