Friday, August 27, 2010

VBTs are back

Starting Wednesday, September 1, the VBT group will be back in full force -

Well, we're back, and better than ever. We have a couple of new members also. As part of our author group, we try to provide our readers with writing and marketing information as well as updates, information, and reviews on great books.

Each day in September a different author and information will be presented. Just follow the schedule and click on the corresponding day.

So, stay tuned, we start September 1st.

For complete schedule, check out the main VBT blogsite. The schedule and links are also on the sidebar of this blog.

Looking forward to having new folks join us as well as new readers. See you all in the postings - E :)

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

New glasses and more license plates

If you are following my JGDS blog, you will notice I posted about some different license plates on the way home from an event Sunday afternoon/evening. Today, I had to take the kids to town to get their new glasses and on the way home, they saw Missouri and Louisiana plates - yep - you can tell college students have returned as we are seeing many different states' plates. But it is cool for the kids to be aware of these sometimes.

So if you are on a long trip or even a short trip to town, play a game and make the trip more enjoyable - have fun - E :)

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Want to find some new authors?

If you like learning about new and upcoming authors, you may be interested in stopping by and checking out the newly created forum where authors and readers can join in discussions about upcoming books - E :)

Thursday, August 12, 2010

"Killer Recipes" now available

Print ISBN 978-1-60318-350-5 Suggested Retail $13.95
Ebook ISBN 978-1-60318-351-2 Suggested Retail $5.99 (my only problem about the cover is that it really should say Susan Whitfield, et al since there are many contributors to the cookbook, but other than that, the cover is killer- pun intended)

My online friend, author of the Logan Hunter mystery series, Susan Whitfield has composed a recipe book. She asked other mystery writers to contribute recipes that would be "killer" for the cookbook. "Killer Recipes" is now available. For more information, you can order directly from the publisher's website, L&L Dreamspell or several other outlets. All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society. So pop on over and check out some killer recipes to try out on your unsuspecting victims, um, I mean family - lol. I've contributed a recipe for no-bake fudge which I borrowed from the Boy Scouts. This is really a no-bake, no-cook anything fudge recipe and it is to die for - so delicious - hope you all enjoy.

I will try to get copies later (after my events) to have on hand but right now there is too much else going on with the JGDS series to worry about adding another non-series book to my list. See you all in the postings - Mrs. E :)