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TOO MUCH VACATION

by Sandra Elzie Can you believe Christmas is only two days away? Where did the year go? This was an unusual year for me…a lot more time on the road and in the air than I originally planned and several things were jammed together to make my life a challenge. By November I was convinced […]

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The Kiddies Are Coming !!

How many of you were home on Halloween night to give out candy? At dust in my neighborhood you might as well have stood on a roof top and yelled out….The Kiddies are Coming! The Kiddies are coming! All our porch lights were on and they came…one if by land (the little candy grubbers were […]

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November Release from Sandra McGregor !!

  I’m excited to be releasing Book Two in the Contemporary Romantic Suspense series,       Facing The Dawn.   Blurb:   Madison Cooper, Emergency Room doctor at Midtown General in Denver, and Detective Wes Thomas can’t stand each other. In fact, it borders on hate. He thinks she’s too loud and too bossy and she thinks he’s […]

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Pumpkin Cookie Recipe

By Sandra Elzie   November is the month when we think about family gathering around the table and grazing before they move to the living room or den and watch football…and graze through the chip and dip. Then later, they return to the dining room…if they can get up off the sofa…and eat dessert. Ugh. […]

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Petit Fours is traveling to Athens, GA – Botanical Gardens

BOTANICAL GARDENS Athens, Georgia by Sandra Elzie In early Spring, hubby and I joined a group from church and visited the Botanical Gardens at Athens, Georgia. It’s part of the University horticultural program and the students are doing a fantastic job. It was a lovely day to wander through the various sections of the garden. […]

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October Release – WATCH FOR THE DAWN

  FROM CYBER DUST TO PUBLISHED By Sandra Elzie/Sandra McGregor How many of us have written stories in the past that we hope will never see the light of day? Come on, at least a few of you must know what I’m talking about. We wrote them in the beginning of our careers and thought […]

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