Thanks for stopping by. Starting on July 20th I'll be introducing a new format for my blog. Some weeks you will still get Saturday's Adventures, with yours truly, but I have an exciting line up of guests over the next couple of months.
Since I'm pretty new at this, it's been trial and error finding away to have fun. Honestly, I can blah, blah,blah myself to death. Not that I don't have things to say, but really every Saturday? Some of you may wonder how all this happens and I'm happy to share my journey with you. Hopefully you get some good take-away, Otherwise known as don't try this.
So, what can you look forward too?
Mostly authors, who I invite to sit around the campfire and be real. Yes, we all have books we'd like you to buy and review, but come on, how about some questions that are fun and give you insight into the person across the fire. These folks will have unique beliefs and personalities. Genres will be varied. I hope you will find our talks enlightening, enjoyable and informative.
I encourage you to ask questions and leave comments. I expect good manners like your mama taught you. Everything will be PG rated. We all come from different places but I believe that we can all come around the campfire, sip a beverage, and reinstate the long lost art of conversation.
I'm also going to add a Campfire Recipe like this one, but next time I promise I'll write it down. I usually just start tossing things in the pot. I love open fire cooking. The tripod with a chain makes it easy for a must have Dutch Oven. I haven't baked in it yet but I've cooked a lot of things in it. The tripod also has a grate. Unfortunately, I tend to drop quite a few things from it, so an over the fire-pit grate works best for me.
There is still some open spots to be a guest blogger. The rules are PG, nothing to violent, and extra points for making us laugh. I write multiple genres and welcome them as well. So, if your interested, push the black button below. If you've never blogged, fear not, I've made it simple.
Turn up your volume and enjoy one of my own campfires. The grand-kids call it magic fire. I think it's pretty magical too. One little pack burns and changes the colors for hours. I'll try to get better videos on our future trips and label them as well.
We have a couple of Glamping trips planned. In the next couple of weeks we'll be hitting the Delaware Water Gap/Pocono KOA where I hope the grands will join us for day-camp. After that hubby and I will be traveling to Maryland and staying at Hagerstown / Antietam Battlefield KOA. We love history and believe only by studying it, will the past mistakes be avoided. I remember visiting Gettysburg, Pa years ago. Standing in the field where so many died brought me to tears. All I could do was stare at the ground where so much blood had been spilled.
On a more fun note we will pull out after four days and head to Lancaster, Pa. It's one of our favorite places. Antiquing and flea markets will fill our days.
On the author front, I recently got back what's called a first pass on Rock House. My editor at Wild Rose Press also worked with me on my back-cover. Once that's done, the book will go for cover development. I'm very excited about seeing what they come up with.
Check out my new Facebook page Romance and Recipes where we talk about our favorite foods and recipes. Romantic dinners and treats, and the books where love and food come together in the perfect dish.