Today I am sharing a favorite Apple Salad recipe and THE SIMPLICITY OF CIDER by Amy E. Reichart. A delightful, light romance nestled amongst an apple orchard that will have foodie fiction lovers begging for more.
It’s been a while since I had a Caffeinated Confession post where I share. Today I am talking Audiobook narrators and sharing some of my favorites. Grab a cup of your favorite caffeinated beverage and chat with me about what makes a great narrator and who you recommend.
In 2016 I read 265 books and you’ll find many romances listed in that number. I love romance whether it’s a small-town romance or served on the side in a mystery thriller. Listed below in no particular order are ten romances that were among my favorites this year. Grab a cup of mocha coffee and enjoy. Maybe you’ll find your next book boyfriend.
2016 was an amazing year for Audiobooks. I managed to listen to 70+ books this year. Some were new releases and others came from my backlist.
At the time of the writing of this post (week of Thanksgiving) I have devoured over 62 audiobooks, so I thought I would recommend a few. I belong to Audible and struggle with what audiobook to select from my growing wishlist. I tried to provide an eclectic mix to appease all of your tastes. Grab a cup of mocha hot chocolate, coffee or some gingerbread tea and enjoy!
Thanks to today’s sponsor Plum Deluxe, I am excited to share with you my thoughts on their monthly tea subscription and share the perfect fall reads to enjoy with them.
Today on Recipe and a Book Recommendation I am excited to share a marinade for grilled pork steak and an audiobook review of Witch Slapped written by Dakota Cassidy and narrated by Hollie Jackson. The marinade is bursting with flavor and is very simple to make. I make this when I am cooking for a large crowd. The pork loins are cheaper than other grilled foods and better for you. Grab a pen and paper because you will want to add the recipe and Witch Slapped to your shopping list.