SEASON OF PROMISES 2016 IS HERE

I’m very excited to announce that this year’s Season Of Holiday Box Set, Season of Promises, is now available for preorder. https://www.amazon.com/Season-Promise-Merry-Holly-ebook/dp/B01LQUP9AS/     It’s a season of holiday wishes and promises made. Six fun filled stories to fill your holiday with promise, love and kisses by award winning and…

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We’re Leading Up to Season of Promises…

We’re Leading Up to Season of Promises with post from authors in previous Season of Books. Yesterday we visited with Gerri Brousseau, who explained how her short story became a series featured in each of the Season of books.   Tomorrow we’ll visit with Bobbi Lerman. She talks about her…

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Our Readers are the Best!

Once again today, I woke up to find Season of Magic (Holiday Box Set) on the top 100 lists for both Best Seller (#48) and Hot New Releases (#27). It’s indescribable  the feeling of joy it gives all the authors who participated in this anthology. Listed below is the Season…

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Season of Magic Holiday Box Set

I’m excited to announce Season of Magic (holiday box set) is now up for sale. As a way to give back, the writers of this set have agreed to donate 10% of the proceeds of sales during the first week to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. The set features five…

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Scandinavian Gold Cake

                      Oops, didn’t have a picture of the cake so here’s an enticing coffee cake! Today, I’m getting a jump on my baking for next week. One of my favorite recipes is the Sandinavian Gold Cake taken from the James Beard’s Amerian Cookery Book. And being me, I don’t follow…

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Christmas Traditions in Regency England by Regan Walker

Christmas Traditions in Regency England by Regan Walker http://www.reganwalkerauthor.com   Christmas in Regency England (1811-1820 when Prince George ruled as Prince Regent), was a more subtle celebration than the one we observe today. To my way of thinking, perhaps it was better for it. Christmastide, as they called the season,…

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