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Homemade Chicken Strips

Note: I use chicken breasts. If you prefer dark meat, I suggest thighs. I take off skin, cut meat off in strips. Save the skin and bones to make chicken broth. 4- chicken breasts 1- Cup flour Seasonings: I use cayenne pepper, black pepper, salt, paprika, onion powder, garlic powder, poultry seasoning and celery salt 2- Tables spoon Dukes Mayo 2- Teaspoons honey mustard salad … Continue reading Homemade Chicken Strips

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Lethal Pursuit

by Will Thomas, Narrated by Antony Ferguson A Barker and Llewelyn Novel London 1892 The newly wed Thomas Llewelyn and the still recovering Cyrus Barker are pulled into international intrigue by the Prime Minister when a British spy is murdered in the streets just a few blocks from their door. Newly returned from the continent, the spy brought back a holy relic that could change … Continue reading Lethal Pursuit

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You Are Invited to a Book Signing

Evergreen Crystals is the fourth in the Leeward Files Series. Most of you were expecting Red Steel and that’s coming soon, I promise, but I thought I could whip out a little holiday romance, give the gals of Leeward their happy endings and move on, BUT…. When I started writing Evergreen Crystals it was just going to be something sweet and fluffy for the holidays. … Continue reading You Are Invited to a Book Signing

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International Anthology Release Party

“Kissing and Other Scandalous Pastimes” Join the fun at The New Romance Café Facebook Page, December 2nd 12 pm until 9pm for our International Release Party! We’re celebrating our first historical romance anthology. It is one of two winter anthologies we’re releasing this year! I am so honored to be a part of this awesome group. My friend and fellow Pamlico Writer, Tammera Cooper invited … Continue reading International Anthology Release Party

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Holiday Chat with Kathryn Louise Wood

Preparing for the Holidays with Kate Welcome to my virtual café, Kathryn, I’m so glad to have you here today. Kathryn: Thanks, Sherri! So happy to visit you in your cozy café. And feel free to call me Kate. Sherri: Thank you, Kate. I’m excited to have you here for the holidays. You really go all out with decorating and baking, don’t you? Kathryn: Oh, … Continue reading Holiday Chat with Kathryn Louise Wood

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So Much to Be Thankful For

As Thanksgiving nears, I become increasingly aware of all I have to be thankful for. Somethings are huge and often become just the background of my life. I don’t want to become complacent and forget what I have. I am blessed. I live in a country where I am free to speak my mind, worship the way I believe and have friends who have differences … Continue reading So Much to Be Thankful For