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Accent on Romance and GreatBooksGreatDeals – Come What Come May…

Summer is here! We’ve got Pillow Talk Books. Mysteries. Sweet Romance. Paranormal. Whatever suits your fancy. $150 in Gift Cards. That’ll buy a beach towel and some suntan lotion.

You may sometimes fall on your head. That is what happened to Jackie, and now she is not allowed near a computer for more than 15 minutes a day. So she instructed me (Krystallia) to do this week’s blog posts. She says to tell you that “she’s not thinking straight this week” and that “the bump on her noggin knocked all good things into another Galaxy“. Maybe that explains why she sent me a to-do list that is out of this world. If you see the list, you will agree with me that her head seems to be working like always: overtime.  Jackie, get well soon! We miss you and want to read YOUR posts, not mine.

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The Ghost Who Wouldn’t Be

The Ghost who wouldn’t be…

…a conversation with Lottie Mae Roberts from The House on Persimmon Road

Lottie Mae Roberts

It is almost four years on since the House on Persimmon Road was published. Fans and readers have asked dozens of questions about Lottie, who in hind site took over the novel. So, I’ve returned to the House on Persimmon Road in late Spring, not as a writer, but as a guest.  Wearing an apron, the bib straight-pinned to her cotton house dress, and a pleasant expression, Lottie welcomed me into the house. The grand hall seemed larger than I recalled.  The old floors gleamed, the walls painted a rich cream. I asked what changes Tucker and Justine had made. Lottie opened a door on the south wall. “This was my linen room. Now it’s an indoor bathroom. Can’t even hang my herbs to dry in season. Used to have lavender, mint, sage, marigold and such.”

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Learning the Ropes: Who Tied the Dang Knots?

Jackie on the banks of the Fowl River, Alabama

Jackie on the banks of the Fowl River, Alabama

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