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Monday Blog Post: Spotlight on Selena Laurance's New Book: Lush Reunion

Every once in awhile I like to point out a friend’s new release. Today is release day for Best Selling Author, Selena Laurence’s newest book, Lush Reunion. 634 more words

Connie Cockrell

Flash Fiction Friday Story: Radio Waves

Trapped in the radio. Not the actual device, but the ether, the sound, the waves that carry the message. Lois had been pinging around the world for the last twenty years. 594 more words

Connie Cockrell

Chicklets in the Kitchen: Pasta Primavera

It’s summer and the Farmer’s Market is overflowing with fresh, beautiful vegetables. We’re fortunate enough in our area that we have local dairies as well, both fresh cow’s milk butter and cheeses and goat’s milk cheeses and delicacies. 106 more words

Connie Cockrell

Monday Blog Post: Interview on a National Web Broadcast Radio Program Scheduled

Tomorrow on June 23rd I’m scheduled to be interviewed by January Jones on her web radio broadcast. Talk4 Media,  Talk4Media.com , w4cy.com/radio-shows/january-jones-sharing-success-stories/  This is a first for me and I’m very excited about it. 599 more words

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Flash Fiction Friday Story: Betrayal Moon

Zoe Ohale cursed the day, seventeen years ago, her mother gave birth. She pulled her ratty sweater up over her mouth and nose to hide the breath that steamed in the night air and threatened to give her away. 997 more words

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Merry Go Round Blog Tour: June - Beach Reads

I’ll have to admit. My To Be Read (TBR) pile is full of adventure stories. I like adventure, always have. These are the easy Clive Cussler, James Patterson, stories that just take you from scene to scene, leaving you breathless at the end. 458 more words

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Monday Blog Post: Working, Working

It’s hot! Well, it is Arizona. Temperature today is 95 degrees. Hope the weather in your area is wonderful.

In the events calendar, I’m being interviewed by January Jones on her web radio broadcast. 298 more words

Connie Cockrell