Monthly Archives: April 2016

Book Review: The Dragon Dreamer by J. S. Burke

Amazon blurb: “The Dragon Dreamer is a fast-paced adventure with flying dragons, an undersea world, and an unlikely friendship. It’s a science fantasy layered for readers age 9 to 99. Arak is a misfit dragon called “Dreamer”. Determined to prove … Continue reading

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Book Release: Rainbow Dreams by Mistral Dawn

  Hey Everyone!!! 🙂 Guess what? It’s finally here!!  Rainbow Dreams is now out!  What’s it about?  I’m glad you asked!  Here’s the blurb: Have you ever had a terrible secret you didn’t want anyone to know? Petri does and it may … Continue reading

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Mid-week Ramblings

Morning coffee conversations with my husband often make me think, “I should write a post about that.” Then I go through my morning routine preparing his breakfast and lunch. By the time I’ve gotten him off to work I’ve forgotten … Continue reading

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Truck-nic Date

The Winters family lexicon incorporated a new term from the Irwin family recently. A truck-nic is when you go through a fast food drive up or a drive in with a car hop to get food and eat in your … Continue reading

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Book Review: Souls of the Reaper by Markie Madden 

Souls of the Reaper is the second book in the Undead Unit series by Markie Madden. The first, Fang and Claw got me hooked on the series and this second book was just as good. Lieutenant Lacey Anderson, a vampire, … Continue reading

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Spotlight: Andy Peloquin, Author of Blade of the Destroyer

Originally posted on MDellert-dot-Com:
This week, I want to take a moment to shine a spotlight on another up-and-coming indie fantasy author, Andy Peloquin. Andy Peloquin, Author of “Blade of the Destroyer” Andy Peloquin—a third culture kid to the core—has…

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Men and Their Power Tools

Last week my daughter and son-in-law purchased some diatomaceous earth for the annual ant dance around our house. We’ve never used it before but have heard some awesome things about how effective it is on all crawling insects. We discovered … Continue reading

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The BORGman Collective

I wanted to share this blog post by Scott Borgman. He and his team of family and friends are participating in the Walk MS: Marshfield on April 30th. In this post he shares his story and gives some informative insight … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Luck of the Weissensteiners by Christoph Fischer

After reading a blurb and some reviews of The Luck of the Weissensteiners by Christoph Fischer I decided to select it for the April book of the month for the Goodreads Trail Mix Readers group. The story begins in the early … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Musings:Reading for Pleasure

There are times that reading to meet obligations I’ve made to authors becomes tedious. Not because I don’t like the books, but because I can’t conscientiously read something that has caught my interest for personal pleasure until I’ve met the … Continue reading

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