Monday, November 25, 2019

Good News

                                            Great News


Slaves of Passion, published this last April, has been listed in the "Historical Novels Review" magazine.  Now the book should get more public attention.  Great News.



 Greater News! It is on Black Friday Sale on Amazon un December 24th.  The book makes a great gifts for you and for your loved ones and friends.  Plus, easy shopping to boot.  What more could you want?

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Black Friday Sale

                                    Black Friday Sale


After the holiday rush and the new year has begun, and the winds blow cold wouldn't it be great if you, your family and friends could snuggle inside a cozy home and read a good book.

My historical fiction books on Amazon are on a Black Friday Sale until December 24th. Prices are slashed. They make Great Gifts.  

I pray you all have a Blessed Christmas and a Blessed 2020.

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Your Thanksgiving


                         What Do You Eat at the Feast


Thanksgiving today reflects the culture and region of the people in the United States.  Many follow a traditional menu of stuffed turkey, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes and gravy, a vegetable and pumpkin or apple pie.

                                                                  However!


Here are some cultural changes

New Mexico people like chiles in their stuffing.

The people along the Chesapeake Bay, like crab in the dressing and as an appetizer.

In Minnesota, many people stuff the turkey with wild rice.

In Washington State, people prefer hazelnuts in their stuffing and desserts.

Some folks in Indiana like persimmon pudding for dessert.

 The Key West folks have key lime pie along with pumpkin pie.

In Baltimore, people have been known to have sauerkraut with the turkey.

Folks in the south may prefer sweet potato casseroles and pork from the backbone of the pig, and cornbread dressing. Also, many like ambrosia, which is a layered fruit salad made with citrus fruits and coconut, pecan pie and other pies, puddings, cakes, and cobblers.

New England residents like mince, apple, and pumpkin pie desserts.

We are diverse in the ways we celebrate in our Thanksgiving celebration. But we are united in wanting to have time to give Thanks.

Here are some Colonist words.  Can you match them up with our English?


Pillowcase                                                                            hearth

backward                                                                              breeches

pants                                                                                      mouser

stew                                                                                        arsy varsy

cat                                                                                          pillowbere

fireplace                                                                                 pottage

skirt                                                                                        petticoat


What will be your Thanksgiving menu?  Put it in the comment section and we can all compare our favorite feasting foods.