Not far from my home is a local park where locals often gather to watch their kids play soccer. There are also tennis courts, picnic tables, outdoor grills, and even a covered pavilion that can be used for large gatherings. The park has several walking trails, one of which circles the perimeter of a small… Continue reading Walking Trails, Birthdays, and The Week in Review
It's been a quiet week for the most part. The dust isn't as noticible, the triple digit temps have somewhat subsided, and I'm looking forward to a four-day weekend. It appears a third cat has found himself a home with us. I began seeing a black cat hanging around. Acted like he was at home.… Continue reading Quiet Week, Cats, and The Week in Review
It's hot here in Texas. Triple digit hot. We were blessed to be able to enjoy a few days of afternoon rain showers earlier in the month, but they have parted. And with the heat, the Sarahan dust has returned. It's the dog days of summer. I've heard about the dog days since I was… Continue reading Dog Days of Summer and The Week in Review
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Bittersweet. That’s the only way I can describe it. I’m proud to have completed the final installment of the Medici Protectorate series, but I love this world so much, I’m sorry to see it end.
Tortured Soul is the fourth novel in the series. It follows the final member of the Brotherhood (Roberto “Coz” Cozza) and the youngest Medici descendant (Antonia “Toni” Notaro) as they prepare to fight the ultimate battle between good and evil.
The Notaros want nothing to do with their legacy or the power at their disposal. The Brotherhood wants only to keep them safe. And the evil mastermind and the nefarious organization he represents want to use the Medici lineage in their quest for world domination—or kill the girls and their protectors for standing in the way. This fast-paced, emotional journey wraps up in a dramatic way. If you like passion, intrigue, and international mystery…
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I hate having to attend early morning meetings. It's not the meeting, per se, but the fact I have to be at work an hour earlier than usual. I don't wake up any earlier but I miss the time I have in the mornings to collect my thoughts. That seems to throw my entire day… Continue reading Early Meetings, Sunrises, and The Week in Review
The Sarahan dust arrived in Texas last weekend and resulted in some hazy days. Okay, we have hazy days every summer but this is the first time I've heard it attributed to anything from Africa. Here in the US, we had a holiday - Independence Day. It's a time for backyard cookouts, boating and swimming,… Continue reading Hazy Days, Fireworks, and The Week in Review
Facebook is taunting me this week with memories of past vacations. I took the above photo five years ago on a trip to Big Bend National Park from inside the Chisos Mountain Lodge. We were having breakfast on our last morning there. That day we drove all the way from Big Bend (near the Mexico… Continue reading The Week in Review
I always look forward to Fridays. The end of the week, the start of the upcoming weekend. However, I hate to see this week wrap up. Why? I've been on vacation. My husband and I have spent the past three days in a cabin near Broken Bow, Oklahoma. Not our fanciest vacation and certainly not… Continue reading The Week in Review
Hello, readers. It's Friday, and that means it's time for the weekly wrap up. I promised myself that I would show a new photo this week. But as it is I've only taken pictures of my cats. Nothing wrong with showing cat pictures, but I can't show one cat without showing the other. This is… Continue reading The Week In Review
Hi, Readers. I'm delighted to welcome back friend and fellow author Mae Clair to my site today. She has just released a brand new book, the first of her new Hode's Hill Series. I've had the pleasure of reading this one and I promise you won't be disappointed. Please give a warm welcome to Mae… Continue reading Talking Bridges and a New Release, Cusp of Night by Mae Clair