I’ve been taking some time to prepare for 2019. That means working on my planner, picking my word for the year, getting my stuff for taxes together, as well as making sure I’m ready for the 52 Week Money/Savings Challenge. This will be my sixth year doing this. If you’d like to read about my […]
It’s that time again. The one day a year I look back on my goals and laugh. Here’s what I planned to do this year, with commentary on how it turned out: Get Mistress of Legend done and published. I accomplished this goal. It came out in September. I’m very happy with the way it turned […]
2018 is almost done and 2019 is approaching fast. So, while we are still here in 2018 let’s recap. “In case you missed” any of these… Feng Shui Want a Lucky 2018? Romance What’s More Romantic Than a Wedding? 8 Romance Sub-genres To Find Your Next Love 6 Romantic Getaways Right Here In The […]
Come join your favorite romance authors as they share excerpts from their current and past releases, some sneak peeks into their WIPs (Work In Progress) and details of their writerly lives. We’l have free virtual champagne, (or mock champagne for…
Finn Leighton loves owning his bakery and tries not to dwell on the boyfriend that was the love of his life in culinary school. When his co-worker sends in an application for him to compete on the reality baking show, Cake Clash, he’s nervous but also excited for the opportunity. Even if he secretly wishes he was competing alongside Josiah.
Chef Jos, one of the youngest, renowned celebrity chefs, and a notorious recluse, is surprised when he’s asked to be a judge on the reality television baking show, but takes the opportunity as a fresh start. He’s blown away when he recognizes Finn as one of the contestants.
The years separated from Finn have transformed him from Josiah Stevens to Chef Jos, and seem to disappear in the presence of his first love. Can they make up for lost time, and reconnect for love on the rollercoaster ride that is Cake Clash?
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
If you live in Texas, most likely you’ll eat black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day for good luck. Ever wonder where that superstition/tradition comes from? Well, according to my research, most think it dates back to the Civil War when Union soldiers raided the Confederates food supply and took everything except the peas and salted pork. The Confederates considered themselves lucky to be left with any food at all.