Tag Archives: summer

Welcome to Long Island!

I admit I couldn’t come up with a topic for this month’s blog post so I put it out to my Facebook friends/followers and one suggested I write about life on Long Island. See, that’s the first thing you have … 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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The Seasons and Writing – Jill James

I’m enjoying the feel of autumn returning to Northern California. We don’t get the colors of the Northeast, our leaves usually just turn brown and fall off, but we do get that slight chill to the air in the morning. … Continue reading

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Simple Pleasures in Life

Do you remember doing simple things as a kid that brought such an abundance of joy? Picking dandelions, making a wish, and blowing the fluff to the bright, blue sky. Finding a refrigerator box and making a puppet theater, a … Continue reading

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What is Summertime for you?

Although summer vacation started three weeks ago, my vacation hasn’t started yet! On the contrary, I am busier than ever driving the grandchildren to camp, gym, swimming pool, and others. The only thing that makes me feel summer is really … Continue reading

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Ah, summer at last!

Although summer doesn’t “officially” start until the June 21st solstice, it’s officially in full swing here. The kids are out of school and the Scottish Highland season has begun; which for our family is time to celebrate our heritage and … Continue reading

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Who am I?

HER FRENCH COUNT: A full-length romantic suspense Cheryl Stewart: I’m worried about my mentor, Professor Howard. He went to lunch with a prospective graduate student, a man from Malaysia, but became sick during the lunch and was rushed to the … Continue reading

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