Monthly Archives: March 2017

SQ Bakes Experimental Banana Bread!

Call me a mad scientist-cook, but I decided to experiment with a recipe. Myren’s concerns about poisoning and his reference to Arsenic and old Lace not withstanding, I went ahead with my dangerous risky exciting baking experiment. My Mission: To make Healthy Banana … Continue reading

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#MarchMadness Through the Eyes of a Writer #amreading #books

Hello & Welcome! Three things come to mind when I think about the month of March: St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago, Spring Break at the beach, and March Madness—the road to the Final Four! Growing up in Southern Indiana, March … Continue reading

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Decisions, decisions!

If you’ve ever tried to find the best recipe for Shepard’s Pie, you’ll understand how much time it takes to find the right one for you and your family.   Some use ground beef, or a mixture or ground beef … Continue reading

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How We Met

For a long time, I was embarrassed to admit how I met my husband. I thought the method I used to find a mate sounded desperate. But after nearly 20 years of marriage, what does it matter? It’s time to … Continue reading

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A New Novella ~ Raine English

I tend to get more writing done in winter than any other time of year. And this year has been no exception. Living in New England where it’s cold and snowy, who wants to go outside? Even my dogs want … Continue reading

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St. Patrick Was a Scot

Like most epically wonderful things, St. Patrick was born in what we now refer to as Scotland in 387 A.D. Then, Scotland would have been known as Caledonia or Alba. Patrick was taken when he was about 16 from his … Continue reading

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Out of the Box Book Selling Ideas

By the way, Cicero died in 43 BC. So even if he was concerned about his books being noticed, he must have been successful to have his words carry on throughout the centuries. Most of us don’t really care about … Continue reading

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