Monthly Archives: June 2017

Destination Planes, Trains & …

It’s field trip Friday! Although I live in Chicagoland, we are not heading toward the city! Say what? Aren’t all the best attractions located somewhere close to the Chicago city limits? Nope! So slam on the brakes, lay down a … Continue reading

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Time to CELEBRATE!

When events come, they come like an engorged river. Fast, furiously paced, and powerful. Two weeks ago, our son graduated from High School. He’d been taking classes at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for the entirety of his senior year, after … Continue reading

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Best Birthday Present Ever

One of my seven-year-old twins made me this card for my birthday last week. I love it. I don’t need anything more than this. Life as a working mom of three young girls can be overwhelming. I’m always playing catch-up, … Continue reading

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Fun Summer Read ~ Raine English

If you’re looking for a fun, sweet read this summer, then you’re going to love WEDDING PETS & KISSES, a multi-author boxed set consisting of New York Times, USA Today, and National Bestselling authors. My contribution to the set is … Continue reading

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Is There a Techie in the House?

Yes, there is. And, apparently, it’s… …me? Last night was another of those evenings where the menfolk kept pestering me about their electronic devices. It’s as if the minute they see me open my WIP to get some writing done, … Continue reading

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Christmas Stories in June

Is it too early to start talking about holiday romances? Here on Main Street, we’re pretty passionate about Christmas stories. I’ve been working on mine, and I’m pretty sure my author friends are busy polishing theirs, as well. Here’s the … Continue reading

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Seasonal Reading

I love to read Christmas romances just before the holidays. Love, romance, and holly and green. Writers like Grace Burrowes can lavish you with Regency holidays. The balls. The gowns. The dashing men under the mistletoe. Ahhh! I can spend … Continue reading

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