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Thanksgiving Games

Are you planning a Thanksgiving party or family gathering? If so, it may help pass the hours while waiting for the turkey to bake if there are plenty of fun activities and games. Here are a few suggestions, some from

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On the Side

Last year I wrote a blog post on the various ways to cook up a turkey for Thanksgiving. You can read that post here: Talkin’ Turkey  However the turkey is cooked, or even if choosing an entrée other than turkey,

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A Darcy Christmas

As many of you undoubtedly know, for the 2010 holiday season my publisher, Sourcebooks, released an anthology of Pride and Prejudice focused novellas titled A Darcy Christmas. Included in the anthology were short stories by Amanda Grange, Carolyn Eberhart, and

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Mary Darby Robinson

Mary Darby was born on November 27, 1758, the third of five children born to John Darby and his wife Hester Seys. Her father deserted the family when Mary was seven, uncertain finances causing the struggling family to relocate frequently and

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Cranberry Crazy

Why open a can when one can create a unique cranberry sauce or relish to enhance your succulent Thanksgiving turkey? Cranberry-Apple Chutney 1 cup cider vinegar  1 cup packed light-brown sugar 1 red onion, finely chopped 3/4 cup mixed dried

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Victoria Vane celebrates a release!

I am so excited to welcome my pal Victoria Vane back to the blog. Whoot! She popped in for a fun interview in July – read that interview here: Chatting With Victoria Vane – and is back to celebrate the release

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Guy Fawkes Day, or Bonfire Night

  The beginnings ~ Guy Fawkes was born in April 1570 in York. Although his immediate family were all Protestants, in keeping with the accepted religious practice in England at the time, his maternal grandparents were ‘recusant’ Catholics, who refused

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