I’m still so tickled that Southern Fried Blues is a finalist in the OKRWA’s National Readers Choice Awards! So today, here’s a fun little snippet. I dare you to read and not fall in love with Jackson. 🙂
p.s. Don’t forget – today’s the last day to enter to win
We went strawberry-picking this weekend, which all the kids loved, and now I’m up to my ears in berry heaven. Which means today, all ten of my smiles are about strawberries!
Y’all have been fantastic in volunteering new homes for the books I need to pass along, and it’s time to announce this week’s winner and put the next box of books up for volunteers!
Drum roll please….
The winner of last week’s bundle of books is…
Munchkin had a birthday recently. Things have been a little harried with getting ready to move, but we took a day and made it special, going out shopping (toy stores, of course) and for lunch.
Because it was his birthday, I asked him where he wanted to go.
It’s been a while since we’ve had a nice long excerpt. And I’m in a mood to fall in love with Jackson Davis again.
So, today, here’s a little something from Southern Fried Blues. Enjoy!
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Anna braced herself, scooted into the car, and cranked the engine. Steam flowed
The other day, Squeaker ran up to Buttercup and said, “Buttercup! Buttercup! I need you to help with the bad guy!” And the two of them ran off, Squeaker shrieking, “Ching ching! Ching!” because he was waving his imaginary sword around and fighting the bad guys.
Then I heard
Happy new week! Hope your weekend treated you wonderfully and that you don’t have a sugar hangover. Not that I have a sugar hangover… 😉 Let’s get to smiling, shall we?
10. Hart of Dixie (Y’all! Southern and fun!! If you haven’t seen it, check it out.)
I love Fridays. Because Fridays mean…
And this week’s winner of last week’s Help A Military Wife Move Giveaway, as chosen by random.org, is…. CYN!!
Congratulations, Cyn!! 🙂
So how about another giveaway? 🙂
This bundle here has a
And just for kicks, as a thank you for dropping by today, here’s a little snippet from Mr. Good Enough!
Trent had been a lot of things since leaving his hometown of Wendell Springs,