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Getting the “3rd Degree Secrets” about Cheese with @RoniOConnell #MondayBlogs #recipe

Posted by on Dec 7, 2014 in Books, Cabin Cooking, Featured Posts, Giveaways & Contests, Lady Reader's Book Stuff, Mama's Kitchen Mondays | 1 comment

Did someone say CHEESE? 

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Reading Thrillers in my Arctic Desert Cabin – The Shroud Key by @VincentZandri

Posted by on Feb 27, 2014 in Books, Mystery, Partners in Crime Virtual Book Tours, Reviews | 2 comments

It has been a while since I have read a book for Partners with Crime Tours. I have read only one other of Vincent’s books, The Disappearance of Grace, and it is one of those books which was perfect for the afternoon. I enjoyed it and probably would have enjoyed it more if I was able to read the rest in the series. Even though it is a stand alone there is still some back story I missed. If you want to read the whole review check it out HERE.

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When the Devil Comes Callin’… @RichardLongNYC – Fourth-Wall Friday

Posted by on Jun 14, 2013 in Authors, Books, Entertainment, Fourth-Wall Friday, Guest Posts, Horror, Writing | 2 comments

…Don’t Answer the Door

There are no words, I do not need to introduce this man! A satisfied client, a friend and one hell of a fun guy to hang out with on the radio, on Skype or just on Facebook… He is freaking hilarious, but he is also dark… very dark and when my Fourth-Wall Friday monitor alerted me to another breach, I decided to sit this one out because it said ALPHABET CITY… and that means Paul O’Kelly, and I do NOT want to run into him in a dark alley! Welcome Richard!

Vintage Rusty Spike

When the Devil Comes Callin’…Don’t Answer the Door by Richard Long

It started with a Facebook chat. It was late. She was drunk. Well, she may have been drunk, or just a little tipsy, or who knows, maybe stone cold sober. I assumed she was drunk, because what she told me was too strange to have been typed by the fingers of someone who wasn’t under the influence of some type of mind-altering substance.

It was just too creepy.

Drunk or sober, I knew this much: her name was Christine O’Keefe, she was living in Dublin, and a big fan of my novel, The Book of Paul. For those who’ve read it, this story should make you think twice before you open the door without looking through the peephole first. For those who haven’t, you might care to indulge yourself before continuing this story. And for those who haven’t read it and are thinking  Enough with your “suggestions,” just tell the feckin’ story! I’ll tell the feckin’ story.

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