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Where in the World are the Petit Fours and Hot Tamales–part 4

By Piper Huguley Travel can be bumpy at times. This year’s Romance Slam Jam would take place in the wondrous city of New Orleans. There were four, count them, four conferences (both academic and fiction writing in NOLA this year. I was meant to go. So I went to the first conference of the year.  I had a […]

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New Orleans – Architecture to Swoon Over By Elaine Calloway

Those who have a passion for architecture and/or photography will find an ample feast of both in New Orleans. The city, while nicknamed a “melting pot” for its many cultures of people, also has a wide array of homes and colors. The ornate glass doors of St. Charles Avenue Uptown, the Victorian Plantation homes in […]

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New Orleans – Things to do as a Family By Elaine Calloway

While New Orleans is often labeled a party city, she also has activities for the family. If you’re planning to travel to New Orleans with the little ones, there are many things to see and do. Some of my favorites include: 1. The Audubon Zoo. Located in historic Uptown, Audubon Zoo showcases animals in outdoor […]

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New Orleans – A Taste of Heaven By Elaine Calloway

New Orleans is more than just a city. She hosts an array of sights, sounds, flavors and spices for those with yearning taste buds. And she never disappoints. Some restaurants are better than others, but I’ve never heard of anyone complaining about the food. Long associated with delectable food and drink, New Orleans is a […]

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Author CONSTANCE GILLAM Is With Us Today !!!

THE 5TH REALM-NEW ORLEANS VOODOO CHRONICLES by:  Constance Gillam Until a few years ago, I wrote only adult fiction. I’d had requests for fulls and partials, but they hadn’t netted me an agent or publishing contract. I needed to try something different. Twilight was all the rage, so I made myself a promise. By the […]

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Pamela Mason, Guest Chef: “Hurricane Betsy”

Thank you for having me today! The Weather Channel stays on my tv set August through September because of hurricane season. Betsy and Katrina tried to drown out my hometown, but St. Bernard just keeps on fighting back:   September, 1965 “Mr. President, aside from the Great Lakes, the biggest lake in America is Lake […]

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