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A length of stout rope, cyberpunk #flashfiction, denizens of hell & @AidenTruss

Posted by on Oct 8, 2013 in Authors, Bacon, Books, Breakfast, Cabin Cooking, Holiday, Horror, Interviews & Interviews with Recipes | 2 comments

Welcome Aiden Truss, author of a new horror novel GAPE from Siren’s Call! He braved the sea to come visit me in my wee cabin in the woods! Having been sick this week, I had to scramble and do some last minute cleaning but I think we are going to have a good time. 

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Ken Floro III author of The Rising Wind an #Interview – @SouthsideKen

Posted by on Aug 29, 2013 in Authors, Bacon, Books, Breakfast, Humor, Interviews & Interviews with Recipes, Novel Publicity | 8 comments

First published on Cabin Goddess LITE this morningmn since my server is having an attitude problem, at least here she is on Cabin Goddess!  For all the rest of my readers pleasure…. I bring you KEN FLORO III with one of the most amazing interviews YET! Even Herbert the Squirrel enjoyed and played a part in it! And, of course, BACON! Welcome Ken! 

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Mama’s Kitchen Mondays – Cooper Maxwell’s Strawberry Crepe Sex

Posted by on Aug 4, 2013 in Authors, Breakfast, Cabin Cooking, Dessert, Guest Posts, Mama's Kitchen Mondays | 6 comments

Mama’s Kitchen Mondays Guest Host

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Mama’s Kitchen Mondays – Microwave French Toast in a Coffee Cup (#Recipe)

Posted by on Jul 8, 2013 in Breakfast, Cabin Cooking, Dessert, Mama's Kitchen Mondays | 4 comments

MAMA'S KITCHEN MONDAYS - FRENCH TOAST IN A CUP

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L is for Love, Lies & Lucifer – “Angel Falls” an #atozchallenge review & a recipe

Posted by on Apr 13, 2013 in #AtoZChallenge, Books, Breakfast, Cabin Cooking, Giveaways & Contests, Novel Publicity, Reviews | 15 comments

L is for Lucifer, the Lord of Lies & Lightbringer 

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Baked Alaska – Cozy Mystery rolled up in a Crepe

Posted by on Feb 27, 2013 in Authors, Breakfast, Cabin Cooking, Giveaways & Contests, Review & a Recipe, Reviews | 0 comments

This is what I get when I schedule tours when I am not feeling 100%, I get a week full of books and reviews. I started off this week with a book which I had great expectations for, being a James Rollins fan.. it fell flat on it’s face and I ended up with a comment circus with the author staging a siege, today’s reviews are for two fantastic books, thank all that is holy! Two books that take mystery, thrillers and suspense in two different directions.

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Doubleheader Reviews- Rose Pressey & Her Paranormal Cozy Home-runs

Posted by on Oct 11, 2012 in Authors, Books, Breakfast, Cabin Cooking, Indie Projects & Promotions, Reviews | 1 comment

A ROSE PRESSEY DOUBLEHEADER

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Sweet Fears & Horrors – Sticky Buns & Lakebridge : Spring (review & a recipe)

Posted by on Jun 16, 2012 in Authors, Books, Breakfast, Cabin Cooking, Giveaways & Contests, Horror, Indie Projects & Promotions, Reading, Review & a Recipe, Reviews | 2 comments

Lakebridge: Spring

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Feeding the Muse (and a #bacon recipe for that muse)

Posted by on Apr 24, 2012 in Authors, Bacon, Breakfast, Guest Posts, Writing | 1 comment

Shannon is helping Kriss out today, giving my own insufferable muse a break (I do not know how y’all do it honestly. This mornings post had me ready to crush small things into smaller things). I find it of great solace to know how many wonderful people she has in her life when up here she tends to attract those that need to be kneecapped. But alas, perhaps I should let Shannon “speak”, as it were and see about getting Kriss the suggested cookbook.

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. “My muse is on vacation. I can’t write/draw/create while my muse isn’t with me.”

Simple answer to this. Stop starving you muse. No, really, it is that easy. If you don’t piss your muse off, it won’t leave.

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French Toast & Food in ‘The Six’ by K. B. Hoyle (guest post)

Posted by on Apr 12, 2012 in Books, Breakfast, Indie Projects & Promotions | 0 comments

I never honestly thought that somebody would ask me about the food in The Six, the first book in my fantasy series The Gateway Chronicles, but as with most things in my writing, I was very purposeful in what food I mention throughout the story. Obviously what your characters eat in any story is going to be important, fantasy or otherwise, because it’s another element that transports the reader to the world you’ve created.
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