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Interview with author Anya J Cosgrove #paranormal #witch

Today, I’m excited to welcome Anya J Cosgrove to my blog. Anya J Cosgrove lives in Québec with her husband, her beautiful son, and two mischievous cats. She works as a veterinarian by day. What would Buffy do? Kick ass! Hi, Anya. I understand you’re a new author. Please tell us a little about yourself and what made you decide to start writing. Hi, Shelley! Thank you for having me on your blog!...

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Play Me – A Sports Romance by Diane Alberts

Today I’d like to welcome author Diane Alberts with her new contemporary romance release Play Me. Welcome, Diane! Thank you so much for having me here today to talk about Play Me! Give us an elevator pitch for your book, Play Me. It’s about a woman who’s scared to...

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Thirteen Favorite Scents

Scents are so evocative. They bring back good times, bad times, memories of childhood. Here are some of my favorites—the good memory kind. Thirteen of My Favorite Scents 1. Popcorn 2. Fresh peaches 3. Mulled wine 4. Peppermint 5. Mown Grass 6. Warm bread 7. Cinnamon...

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Lone Wolf and Yellowstone National Park

I’m visiting Harlie’s books and talking about wolves, Yellowstone National Park and my gay romance Lone Wolf. Check out the review for Lone Wolf and enter the giveaway while you’re there.

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Sightseeing on the Web

I’ve packed my virtual bag and gone for a holiday. Today I have three stops. At Author Missy Jane’s blog, I’m talking about leopards, which are one of my favorite big cats. I might also mention my husband in this post. I’m also visiting author Vicky Burkholder where I...

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Recipe: Cinnamon Scrolls

I used to make cinnamon scones a long time ago, and after a couple of moves, I managed to lose the recipe. This recipe below is very similar and once I saw it arrive in my inbox as part of the Columbus Coffee newsletter, I had to make them straight away. They’re quick...

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13 Things to do in Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand. It’s big in terms of population (32% of NZers live here) and spreads from Waiwera and Kumeu in the north to Runciman in the south. Auckland is also my home. Here is a list of Thirteen interesting places to visit in...

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