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Author M. J. Schiller on Christmas Traditions

One of the things that make holidays so special is your family’s personal traditions, whether intentional, or unintentional.  What I mean by that is, sometimes you set out to make something a tradition, sometimes it just happens to become one. For instance, one year on the Fourth of July, I just happened to pick up […]

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Welcome, Author LARISSA REINHART !

THE USE OF SOUTHERN I love figures of speech, idiomatic expressions, and interesting pairings of words.  The South is famous for the creative turn of phrase, but in my Midwestern hometown, we like to toss interesting words together, too.  I moved to Georgia sixteen years ago.  Since that time, I’ve adopted some local vernacular.  Y’all […]

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Author Susan Carlisle and The Nurse He Shouldn’t Notice

People often ask if I put people in my book that I know. I can’t think of anyone that I’ve written about but I do include my experiences. In my newest release The Nurse He Shouldn’t Notice I write about two women in Georgia that send supplies to a missionary hospital in Ghana. I’m one […]

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Jodi Thomas, Guest Chef

NY Times and USA Today bestselling author Jodi Thomas presents her latest Whispering Mountain novel WILD TEXAS ROSE, about a woman who’s cursed when it comes to love—and the man determined to save her. Twenty-five-year-old Rose McMurray may be beautiful, smart, and capable of running her adopted family’s ranch at Whispering Mountain, but she’s backed […]

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Linsey Lanier, Guest Chef

TRANSFORMATIONS by Linsey Lanier Thank you, Tammy, for having me here today. I’m thrilled to be a Guest Chef on my favorite blog group, Petit Fours and Hot Tamales. Okay, I’m a member of the group, so I’m a little biased. But it’s been such fun blogging with these talented ladies for the past three […]

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Mary Marvella, Guest Chef

A Southern Storyteller by Mary Marvella I remember being the smallest kid in our group. I was the oldest, but the others outgrew me.  I exerted my control and influence with my stories. When we played school, I was the teacher. When we played outside I took charge. I made up the situations for “Play […]

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