Book Review: Cinderella Princess by Melissa McClone

Title: The Cinderella Princess (Royal Holiday Book 1) Author: Melissa McClone Publisher: Tule Publishing Genre: Contemporary Romance Release Date: April 2nd, 2015 Rating: 5/5 Stars I recently began reading the Royal Holiday Series by Tule Publishing, which features short romances from different authors, but with a royal theme. The CinderellaRead More…

Morning Coffee – A Flash Fiction

Hands shaking, she knew she would never take another step for granted. Too many years, too many battles past through and won, did not leave her without scars, but they did not leave her broken. Not yet, not at this time, when she had one more thing left to do.Read More…

Authenticity, Book Promotions And Sticking With My Own Darn Voice

looking honestly at authentic reflection taking off the mask Have you ever done or written something because you think it would be what is expected? Something that might make for a good promo, but is absolutely not you? And has it left you with the same hollow feeling than itRead More…

Saffron – An A to Z Challenge Post

S is for Saffron: The world’s most expensive spice, this highly valued culinary addition is so powerful that only a few strands are needed to flavor and color an entire dish. Most imported saffron originates from Spain. The ground variety loses its flavor and is often not real saffron. MatchesRead More…

Earth Day – A Haiku

Screaming frustration a little too late to win one day not enough We dedicate one day — one stinking, single day — a year to take care of something that we should be taking care of every day. You might say, this is better than nothing, but in the big picture of it all,Read More…

Quassia – An A to Z Challenge Post

Q is for Quassia Quassia or Jamaican wood is often added to sodas and bitters, but should be approached with caution. While it has been used as a digestive and to treat anorexia, it has reduced fertility in animal studies. Used as a contact insecticide as well (which makes youRead More…