Monthly Archives: September 2011

A Tired Older Woman Solves Her Wine Problem

A Tired Older Woman: Loses Weight and Keeps It Off! Also available for Nook! It’s late Saturday afternoon, and I’m in a panic.  Friends have invited twelve of us to a lo-cal dinner buffet tonight at their house, so I … Continue reading

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An Interview With Denise Hays

Bloodhound (Niki Edgar Mysteries) by denise hays Bloodhound by Alabama author denise hays hit the ground running in July of this year and hasn’t stopped yet.  Now its author has agreed to take time out of her busy schedule to … Continue reading

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Death and Food and Southern Families

One Last Gift To Go (Annie Acorn’s Christmas) Also available for Nook! This past June marked the eighth anniversary of my move to Maryland from my home in the deep South – long enough to have adjusted to my new … Continue reading

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Where In America

These past two weeks have been exciting in the D.C. area. Things started out rather quietly.  But then one day, just as I had placed a pan on the stove as the first step towards heating some soup, the whole … Continue reading

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