Monthly archive for March 2014

It was a dark and stormy…day at the beach.

Before ease of travel….before the Internet, long descriptions at the start of a book were important. It was a way for a writer to put the reader in the character’s world because it was highly likely the reader had never even seen a picture of such a

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“Throw me some beads!”

On the left is our dog Tidbit, or in this case, Princess Tidbit.  On the left is my manly husband, Bill, holding his little princess with her pinwheel topped Fleur-de-lis hat. I’ve got a lagniappe (LAN-YAP) for you – click here (if you want to see more

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