Monthly Archives: January 2014

Flowers to Brighten Your Day

I bring flowers to brighten you day, especially if you are living in the snowbound Northeast or upper Midwest. The flowers shown are grown by my wife. Her passion is growing flowers. There seems to be a desire in everyone … Continue reading

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Does Profanity Add Quality to Writing?

Early in this blog, I wrote a post about the use of profanity in literature. I am not ashamed to be against unlimited use of profanity. In my own writing, I severely limit the use of profanity to dialogue and … Continue reading

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Review of Abducted by Janice Cantore

I just finished reading an excellent book by Janice Cantore. It is part of her “Pacific Coast Justice Series.” I ┬árecommend it. Abducted is the second in the series, so it makes reference to a prior murder case, but it … Continue reading

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Romance and Mystery in One Book

Welcome to the cover review of Emma Callin’s new book, Shannon’s Law. This is organized by Goddess Fish. Take the time to check out other blogs featuring this book today. A search of Goddess Fish should find the blog sites. … Continue reading

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Sweeper Recognized by City

Trini Baca probably never expected to be honored by the city, but then he is an institution in the City of Belen. Everybody knows him or knows of him. Everybody love him. Belen is a sleepy little city south of … Continue reading

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