Monthly Archives: July 2015

Sunday Dinner Tickets in Small Towns by Pepper Phillips

When you live in a small town in Louisiana, you will be approached to buy a Sunday dinner ticket. It’s usually Civic Organizations, Churches, Special Interest Groups and the meals are generally the same. BBQ Chicken, and/or Pork. dirty rice, … Continue reading

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5 Tips for Writing a Quotable Book Review by Stephanie Queen

I know, I know—it’s been a while since I’ve contributed to the Authors of Main Street blog, but I blame that all on Myren [It’s in his job description—Chauffeur: Takes the fall for any and all issues, problems, criticisms, and … Continue reading

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Losing Weight!

I am always looking for new diets or special tricks to lose weight and get rid of my belly fat. My bookcase shelters a variety of books on the subject. The South Beach Diet by Arthur Agatston, M.D. Mayo Clinic … Continue reading

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PRIORITIES

We traveled to the part of North Carolina, that rests in the foothills of the Appalachian, Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains, last weekend for a family reunion. Isn’t life all about family? I think so. Warmly greeting old friends, celebrating new life, … Continue reading

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Regrets – I’ve Had a Few

This summer, Indie Artist Press has released all three books in my Eastport Series (Secret Vow, Kiss the Bridesmaid, Forever Your Valentine) in a set called A Homecoming in Eastport. These contemporary romances involve three friends in the fictional town … Continue reading

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Leave Time for Joy by Joan Reeves

I couldn’t decide between blogging about all the organizing and clutter elimination I’ve been doing or talk about this lazy summer that I’m enjoying. Perhaps I can do both. By the way, since I have a new release coming out … Continue reading

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Pink Hats

Well my lovelies, it’s been one heck of a year. I lost my dad, then my dog, and not to be outdone, my mother. Losing my dad was hard. His estate is still in play—not that he had much, but … Continue reading

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