Spam: Not on my watch

Spam: Not on my watch

Spam: Not on my watch

Spam. Nobody likes it. Nobody wants it. But did you know that there are different kinds of spam, and some of it is targeted to just your comments? Yep. I found this out too, as I tried to find a plug in to protect my site from hacking.  I guess I am a little paranoid about it. I lost ALL my images and many many of my audio podcasts. That will put you on the right track if it happens to you. And I hope it NEVER happens to you. I was told by my ISP that it was a

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Christmas week-recipes

Christmas week-recipes

Happy Monday-before-Christmas! It’s going to be a busy week for all of us mamas and grandmamas who cook all the goodies for the family get-together that happens at this time. In honor of all of us and hopefully something new and different for some of you, I will be posting up some recipes this week. In fact, these are the ones that I decided NOT to cook/prepare because I had so many already chosen! Christmas is my favorite time of the year and usually I overdo it. But this year, I picked a few recipes and bought the ingredients and

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Best Sites for Writers/Bloggers/Entrepreneurs

Best Sites for Writers/Bloggers/Entrepreneurs

One of the most exciting facets of our lives is to be able to learn, grow, evolve and change. I love to learn new things, and am such a writer groupie I even named my podcast that! I am always reading, consuming information through audio and videos. Hence why so much that I glean gets put into a blog post here on this site. You can never learn too much, and I love to share. Unfortunately, everyone seems to be a professional these days, and you cannot know who to trust anymore. There are not that many sites that vet

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Spotlight Tour for Bridgetown High by Paul W. West

Title: Bridgetown High Author: Paul W. West Genre: Young Adult, Detective Romance Published: October 6, 2015 Published By: Limitless Publishing LLC Seventeen year old Mark Wilkerson has no memory of the fiery crash that killed his family on the Carquinez Bridge… Living with his grandmother and burdened with guilt, Mark vows to find the hit-and-run driver and take his revenge. The only detail he remembers is round taillights swerving in front of his family’s car, and he’s shocked when he notices the car of the high school’s bully, Jeff Marino, has identical taillights—and a suspicious dent. Now he wants revenge

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Thanksgiving roundup

Well, happy Black Friday, y’all It’s only a few weeks until Christmas now. I love the month of December for many reasons, one being it is Christmas, but the other being that several of my family celebrate their birthdays. So, I am anxiously anticipating December. But for now, my Thanksgiving roundup. I went to the hospital twice yesterday. Once for a normal visit, early in the day, coming home about 12:30 – just in time to go to a friend’s house for Thanksgiving fare. Her hubby brined a turkey and baked it and it was probably the best turkey I

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