I often go walking, through meadows of clover... I learned this song long ago for a Mother's Day program at school. I must have been third or fourth grade because we were back in Kuna where I finished my schooling. But every spring, the song comes to me as I walk through the neighborhood or the parks, looking for flowers and signs of beauty. My mother attended this program, but I learned it was hard on her. She became more and more phobic about leaving the house and driving.
In the new Tourist Trap mystery from the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, a new art studio has opened in the coastal California town of South Cove—but it’s about to turn into a crime scene . . . As the owner of Coffee, Books, and More, Jill Gardner likes to support other Main Street businesses, so she attends a paint-and-sip event where, sadly, her brushstrokes look more like blobs. It’s still fun, though—aside from some disruption by a couple doing more sippi
The first book in the Kitchen Witch series has been getting some amazing reviews from the book people. :) Like this one from a fellow cozy author - “One Poison Pie deliciously blends charm and magic with a dash of mystery and a sprinkle of romance.” —Daryl Wood Gerber, Agatha winner and nationally bestselling author of the Cookbook Nook Mysteries and Fairy Garden Mysteries Criminal element's columnist of Cooking the Books, made the easy apple pie recipe in the back of One Po