Magnolia Duchess, by Beth White

This author just keeps improving. Deftly weaving a total of three romances, this one holds together well, and like all good historical fiction, has the reader painlessly learning. This time, it’s the lead up to the Battle of New Orleans. Hero washes up on beach. Heroine saves his life. Loyalty, faith, love and hope all […]

Author Interview: Danele Rotharmel

Susan Karsten Interviews Danele Rotharmel, author of Time Tsunami Hi, blog fans! I am super excited to bring you my interview with Danele. She is a fascinating author, and I think you will enjoy this whether you’ve read her book Time Tsunami, or simply plan to. After reading the book myself, I was eager to have […]

Time Tsunami ~ back cover blurb

Even though I don’t do summary reviews, I want you to have more information about this story. Following is the back cover copy for Time Tsunami: Time Tsunami (Book 1 of The Time Counselor Chronicles) To stop a cruel serial killer, she must travel twenty-four years into the past… Gil Montgomery, a cadet in the Temporal Counseling […]

Time Tsunami, by Danele Rotharmel

Wow, if you have ever enjoyed reading a book that contained a time travel element, and enjoyed it, this book will far exceed your expectations. This special book is well-thought out, well-written, with romance and action to make your heart pound. Easily suspend disbelief as you enter the well-crafted world of TEMCO, and journey back […]

Free Cutting Boards

For years now, I have had access to a renewable source of free cutting  boards. Is a cutting board company giving me free boards to try? No. Is my mother repetitively gifting cutting boards to me? NO. Did I receive 22 cutting boards as wedding gifts? No. But around here, buying ice cream by the […]

My new favorite measuring spoons

Lately, I’ve been enjoying using adjustable measuring spoons. I’ve had two of them in my kitchen implement drawer for a long time, but had forgotten to use them. I am realizing cleaning one’s kitchen drawers can unearth treasures. They’ve  got markings, and you slide a little “dam” to the marked lines for the amount needed. (The […]