Monday, October 29, 2018

Featured Book - Northwoods Deep

Northwoods Deep
by
Joel Arnold



Are you looking for a scary book for October? I've heard that this is great for just that occasion, and it's under $3.
Description




Deep in the north woods, two sisters become lost; one stalked by a murderous ex-husband, the other unable to rid herself of the leeches that appear mysteriously on her skin.

All are drawn to an old, dilapidated cabin.

Inside lives an old man with awful urges, accompanied by a Rottweiler possessed by something…unnatural.

But it’s what resides beneath the cabin that they should really be worried about.

Please join award-winning author Joel Arnold on a ride over the river and through the woods straight into terror in his newest horror novel, Northwoods Deep.


Thursday, October 25, 2018

Free Book Alert - So It Begins

So It Begins
by
Bruce Knapp



This title is scheduled to be free from October 25th through October 29th.

Description
Lose yourself in this hilarious series as Zach manipulates his way through work, school, and life with unparalleled adventures.

So It Begins... In the 1990s Zachary Andrew Cain (Zach to his friends) has worked backbreaking jobs for years. At twenty-three he has realized his life is moving nowhere fast. He follows a lead from his best friend, Jake that he hopes will change his circumstances. As a result, he lands as a night auditor in the hospitality industry to pursue college.



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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Featured Book - Cookie Indulgence

Cookie Indulgence
150 Easy Cookie Recipes
by
Bonnie Scott







Description

Do you love cookies? Warm from the oven and just waiting to accompany a glass of cold milk or a cup of steaming cocoa, nothing smells better than the aroma of freshly baked cookies.

With Cookie Indulgence: 150 Easy Cookie Recipes, you'll never run short on inspiration for quick and delicious cookies, bars and frostings to welcome friends and family home or to give as tasty gifts.

Browse through the pages of Cookie Indulgence to find just the right treat. With 150 favorites from Chocolate Chip or Oatmeal cookies to No-bake, Refrigerator and Christmas cookies, there is sure to be a recipe that will please even the most rigorous taste test your family can muster. 

If you're looking for something unique, make sure to check out the Unusually Odd cookie section for recipes with ingredients you won't find on the average baking supply shelf.

With Cookie Indulgence, you can try out a whole new range of cookie recipes that are amazingly delicious and will have your family wanting more, with recipes for:

  • Bakery Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • No Bake Walnut Balls
  • World's Easiest Cookies
  • Black Bean Brownies
  • Sunflower Nut Cookies
  • Coffee Shop Oatmeal Cookies
  • And more...
So, sit back and relax with a good cookie while you scan the recipes and tips. Your next cookie baking session is sure to please everyone with goodies for gift giving, church bake sales or snacks for your family.

Buy Cookie Indulgence today and see for yourself how quick and easy it is to make delicious cookies!



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Monday, October 8, 2018

Homestead Adventures

Some of you already know I home school my two younger daughters. Those of you who didn't know this know it now.

We recently joined a home schooler's group where the girls can get some socialization and I can also socialize with other home schooling parents. We also try to make all our get togethers educational for the kids.

My family was privileged to host the group at our house a couple of Mondays ago and we had so much fun. We started out by showing off our animals. We keep chickens, geese and rabbits. The cats, all five of them, keep us. Then we walked around the garden. It's very late in the season, so the only things we had to show were some dried beans and sunflowers. Then we walked out into the field and happened across three baby snapping turtles.

I thought it was too late in the season for turtles to be hatching, so I let my girls pick them up and bring them home. We considered holding them until next spring and did a little research on them. If we were going to keep them, we didn't want to harm them. We looked up what they ate and, in the process, found out they hatch from August through October. This sealed the deal and we released them two days later. They would have a much better chance at survival if we left them alone.

Honestly, I don't know if that's true, but at least they'd learn how to live in the wild if they survived rather than having to learn months later when we finally released them. I hope they survive, even though having snapping turtles in our pond isn't a desirable outcome. We don't swim in our pond because of the turtles. They can be very aggressive and they certainly have a formidable bite.

Still, the babies are stinking cute! We took a video of them before we released them.