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Can’t Forget by @ColleenSMeyers #Review & a #Recipe #SFRomance

Posted by on Jun 27, 2016 in Authors, Books, Cabin Cooking, Dessert, Featured Posts, Giveaways & Contests, Indie Projects & Promotions, Review & a Recipe, Reviews | 0 comments

Review & a Recipe time!!!

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A Cornucopia of Goodness: Author & #Alaska News & a Wine Soaked #Recipe

Posted by on Dec 20, 2014 in Alaska Living, Books, Cabin Cooking, Dessert, Vegan, Vegetarian | 0 comments

bah-humbugI am taking a bit of a break, if you noticed. It is the holidays after all and for me this means huge bouts of depression and missing my family. Home maybe where the heart is and at this time of year, my heart is down in the lower -48 with my parents and kids. Geoff feels ambivalent towards this time of year, as do many. I struggle with my inner Grinch hourly. It is hard to be on Facebook and Twitter and even more so, this is the time I love to cook but we cannot right now so reading all the recipes is KILLING me, but it won’t stop me from sharing one with you.

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The Source (book 2 of @TheLineSavannah ) by J.D. Horn & My Healthy Chocolate Balls #RAW #Recipe

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014 in Authors, Books, Dessert, Featured Posts, Kriss Morton, Review & a Recipe, Reviews, Vegan, Vegetarian | 2 comments

Yep, it is a theme apparently this week. Great Balls of Fire yesterday and today the best chocolate ball recipe ever! OK I have a few of those but right now because I am attempting to eat healthier I am adjusting a few of them with ones which are also pretty healthy. Much like a good book is. Healthy gut and a healthy brain, two of the most important things.

Breakdown on my Rating
5 Stars
Character Development
5 Stars
World Building
4.5 Stars
Overall: 5 Stars
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A Good Book, Comfort foods & #Recipe with @Jensenborger6 #MondayBlogs

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Authors, Books, Cabin Cooking, Dessert, Featured Posts, Giveaways & Contests, Lady Reader's Book Stuff, Mystery | 4 comments

Just in time to read in front of the fire with a cup of cocoa or your favorite hot beverage, J. J. Lyon’s fun private investigator mystery, with a twist, TRUTH is RELATIVE; the first in the A Truth Inducer Mystery series is here. A giveaway, great posts, reviews and best of all? Fun! My post today is pretty fun. I am really hooked at authors sending me their Top Ten Comfort Food lists. I have really had fun creating new recipes, adapting others and digging out old classics. Today’s was inspired when I re-read the first line in this book; “The Monday before Thanksgiving, my car disappeared… ” and by my theme of comfort foods and vices while writing. The book is in my TBR but before I posted I read a the first couple chapters and can tell you right now I am going to love the read if it continues in this manner. Thanks J. J. Lyon!

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Safeword: Matte – In Training by @CandaceBlevins – #recipe & minion #review

Posted by on Jun 24, 2014 in Bewitching Tours, Blasts - Blitzs - Cover Reveals - Showcases, Books, Cabin Cooking, Featured Posts, Leanne Herrera, Libations, Review & a Recipe, Reviews | 0 comments

Welcome, although late, to another minion review. Leanne Herrera is one of my dearest and oldest friends, back from my days at Fort Hood, TX and being a super cute and crazed army wife! So…. though I am late, welcome to the blast and review of Safeword Matte – in Training, the 7th in this BDSM erotica. Don’t worry, the review is clean and safe to read. I am really glad to have another minion reviewer for Cabin Goddess! I can share some of the books I have been sharing on Twitter, the BDSM and erotica and fun romances that I may not be into but I know a lot of you are and my friend Leanne loves!

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The Daughter Of The Sea and The Sky by @DavidLitwack – Review & a Recipe

Posted by on May 22, 2014 in Books, Dessert, Jamie Keller, Novel Publicity, Review & a Recipe, Reviews | 1 comment

black-duckyA Novel Publicity Tour Review & a Recipe:

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Lions, Tigers, & Sexy Bears Oh My! Secrets, Review & a Recipe @CandaceHavens

Posted by on Jul 31, 2013 in Bewitching Tours, Books, Dessert, Giveaways & Contests, Review & a Recipe, Reviews, Vegan | 9 comments

Lions, Tigers and Sexy Bears.. and better than sex brownies and 10 dirty secrets? OH MY!

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#BlogFlash2013 “the war of chocolate” (chocolate)

Posted by on Mar 12, 2013 in #BlogFlash2013, Cabin Commentary, Indie Projects & Promotions, Poetry and Pros | 6 comments

21 days, 21 one prompts, an infinite amount of ideas.. 

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Sin, Beauty & Chocolate with Shaunda Wenger – Make Mine an Orangeberry

Posted by on Nov 12, 2012 in Authors, Books, Cabin Cooking, Humor, Indie Projects & Promotions, Interviews & Interviews with Recipes, Orangeberry Tours | 4 comments

Meet Shaunda Wenger one of the “MAKE MINE AN ORANGEBERRY” Nine Women of Indie

Welcome to my 8th victim guest and also part of Orangeberry’s Trick or Treat 2012. She really took a chance with me, but she is a great sport, and I adore this interview. November has really shaped up to having some extremely high quality interviews, and they are still coming.  I have three great reviews coming this week too.

Shaunda Wenger


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Happy Easter – Joyous Osetra (belated) & Chocolate Ritual FOR ALL!

Posted by on Apr 8, 2012 in Cabin Commentary, Dessert, Humor, Nerd Lovin', Writing | 1 comment

This weekend many will be partaking in Easter feasts, celebrations and rituals. I am not Christian and I honor the paths of the Old Ones, however like many of you I also worship the great and mighty Goddess of Chocolate (say it with an accent people) Yesterday I posted about the needless buying of cute things for Easter. Instead of a squirming and fluffy rabbit, buy a chocolate one. I wholeheartedly support this! From the curls of my head to the curl of my toe each time I place a creamy smooth and sexy piece of chocolate past my lips and indulge in the safest sex possible… the eating of sin.. the eating of chocolate.

Almost twenty years ago at DragonFest I witnessed this incredible and festive ritual being done. I do it in some way each year. I used to be part of a clan so it was done during our Osetra celebration, but since moving up here I am a solo practitioner. So this is usually a quietly contemplated ritual involving reading this and muttering, calling the guardians and shoving some form of chocolate in my mouth.. this year it will involved a few large bags of Cadbury Mini-Eggs! *GRIN*

Chocolate Ritual

Materials required: On the altar are brown candles, a Tootsie Roll (the
great big one- as the athame;) a large glass with milk in it (the chalice;)
a small dish of Nestle’s Quick and a spoon; a small dish of chocolate
sprinkles; a plate of cupcakes and some Yoo-Hoo along with a goblet

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