Since I’ve embarked on this keto lifestyle, I’ve found hundreds of recipes and tried what feels like all of them. Once in a while (more than that), I’ve changed them up based on my tastes and lifestyle. A friend told me about riced cauliflower. Easy tip – you can buy it in the store already…
When I first wrote Missing the Spark, it was titled “We’re Going to Make It” and it was part of Erin Nicholas’ Sapphire Falls Kindle World. I’d read Erin’s stories in Sapphire Falls and enjoyed the world, so being allowed to write in it was an honor and a pleasure. When Amazon discontinued the Kindle…
When I wrote Moving to You, I felt that the story was complete. I loved the way it ended and it seemed that JT and Kayden’s story was in the books, as they say. Then, a couple nights after release I woke in the middle of the night, feeling a bit panicked because I’d left…
When I wrote Moving to You, I knew JT's road to love couldn't be the usual. He was the Sheppard brother who had held out the longest, not wanting entanglements, or to be held down. He felt he finally had the opportunity to show his father that he could design bikes and make a name for himself.
With this the week of Valentine's and all things love, my book of the week is Moving to Desire. Gunnar knows he's tired of meaningless sex, like anything, even that can get old. A chance meeting introduces him to Emma, who just moved back home after a bad break-up. But, Gunnar has a lot going on - his parents are having a baby, his biological father dies and a box of pictures holds danger and clues to things that should have been left in the past.
It was my turn to hostess my author friends and plotting buddies. Since I’ve been trying to eat as much gluten free as I can, I wanted to make a great meal and dessert to be proud of. I found this gluten free brownie recipe on King Arthur Flour and it was a hit. Chocolaty…
Since I’m on my gluten free journey, I’ve been looking for easy breakfasts to make. I found this recipe on Delish by Lauren Miyashiro, and wanted to share it with you. It’s tasty and best of all, I was able to eat it and not swell up. Bonus! Print Eggs in a Cloud Servings: 4…
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