Tuesday, February 21, 2012
What an amazing voice! I love Jimmy Needham. He is an incredible talent. You can download his song "I Will Find You" featuring LeCrae for FREE! Just spread the word. Thanks NoiseTrade!
Saturday, February 18, 2012
I have been working my way through one of the Love Inspired Suspense books by Virginia Smith titled "A Taste of Murder." Love Inspired Suspense is fabulous division by Steeple Hill. I like it more than the other Love Inspired stories, because I enjoy a little thrill with my inspiration, and I love me some mystery! Excuse me for not being very grammatically correct here. I am just sharing my shear joy. I first discovered Virginia Smith when I read "Murder By Mushroom" another Love Inspired Suspense book. At that point, I became an instant fan.
About The Book (From Goodreads):
Who murdered a small-town beauty-pageant judge--in a very strange way? Jasmine Delaney must find out. Because she's taken the victim's place. She came to the Kentucky Bar-B-Q festival for a wedding, eager to meet the bride's handsome brother, Derrick Rogers. Yet she's suddenly surrounded by pint-size contestants whose competitive parents will do anything to ensure the crown. Even kill? Derrick fears she's the killer's next target and promises to keep a close eye on her. Yet someone is already watching Jazzy's every move. Someone who's had a taste of murder. And is hungry for more.
I was thrilled to get into another one of Virginia Smith's mysteries. I have enjoyed her well-developed characters and attention to detail with settings. She really fleshes out a book from top to bottom which allows a reader to get totally immersed in the story. Also her humor totally shines through, and I love that.
Jazzy is part of a classical trio who have been hired to perform at a wedding that is taking place the same weekend as a colossal Kentucky B-B-Q festival. The girls arrive at the hotel in the midst of pageant moms and beauty queen hopefuls. The hotel is absolutely engulfed in chaos. The girls are taken aback by the crowd and surprised at the wedding's timing, but they are professionals and more than ready for the task at hand. Jazzy is also looking forward to meeting the bride's older brother Derrick whom she met via a Christian online community as he was looking for someone to perform at his sister's wedding.
Jazzy has the slight idea of a little romance on the brain, and is completely blindsided when she and her friends find themselves stuck in the middle of a murder investigation and new commitments as judges for several activities that will be taking place during the B-B-Q festival weekend. Add to that the fact that their host, Derrick is extremely attractive although not really the kind of guy Jazzy is usually interested in.
What ensues is a murder mystery with a little romance thrown in for good measure. Jazzy feels as if she sees the killer at every turn and is convinced that it must be someone who would like to win one of the contests at any cost. However, Jazzy behaves several times in ways that aren't terribly bright for someone who is concerned that a murderer is watching their every move. I expected someone to call her out on this with a little more force though that did not happen.
I quite enjoyed "A Taste Of Murder." I felt like I was on a little vacation with just enough excitement and puzzle thrown in. The romance to me was a little off with everyone and their mother being over-the-top pushy with Jazzy and Derrick, but I would not say that it is unbelievable. I have a friend who met her husband when they were both in a wedding and they fell VERY quickly. As for meeting the man of your dreams online...that happened to me and my husband and I are heading to our fifth year of wedded awesomeness. My only head scratching was that with all the murder and worry going on, who really has time to think about courting? Still that did not take me away from the story.
I understand that there are more mysteries with these characters, and I plan to check out each and every one. Oh, and if I ever find myself in Kentucky, I am hitting up some BBQ and looking for some burgoo!
Friday, February 17, 2012
Who doesn't love a great deal? I love my Kindle app and my Nook. They are absolutely a must have for reading on the go. I also love that Amazon and Barnes & Noble give you lots of opportunities to discover new authors through free eBook downloads. Here are some goodies I'm looking forward to reading that are free right now. Remember what is free today may not be free tomorrow so act fast. Also, if you read a book for free and you really like the book, spread the word, write a review on Amazon or Barnes & Noble or both, and of course don't be shy see what else the author has that you might like to buy.
Here are my top 5.
Description from Amazon:
They said, “He’s a nobody.”
They were dead wrong.
When reporter Hudson Ambrose hears an early morning call on his police scanner about an injured person at a bus stop on Las Vegas Boulevard, he rushes to the scene to get the scoop.
His world is blown off its axis when he discovers a murdered homeless man with a bankbook in his pocket showing a balance of almost one million dollars. Should he wait for the police, knowing the case will get lost in reams of red tape, or swipe the bankbook and take the investigation–and perhaps a chunk of the money–into his own hands?
Description from Amazon:
On Bernadine Brown's fifty-second birthday she received an unexpected gift—she caught her husband, Leo, cheating with his secretary. She was hurt—angry, too—but she didn't cry woe is me. Nope, she hired herself a top-notch lawyer and ended up with a cool $275 million. Having been raised in the church, she knew that when much is given much is expected, so she asked God to send her a purpose.
The purpose turned out to be a town: Henry Adams, Kansas, one of the last surviving townships founded by freed slaves after the Civil War. The failing town had put itself up for sale on the Internet, so Bernadine bought it.
Trent July is the mayor, and watching the town of his birth slide into debt and foreclosure is about the hardest thing he's ever done. When the buyer comes to town, he's impressed by her vision, strength, and the hope she wants to offer not only to the town and its few remaining residents, but to a handful of kids in desperate need of a second chance.
Not everyone in town wants to get on board though; they don't want change. But Bernadine and Trent, along with his first love, Lily Fontaine, are determined to preserve the town's legacy while ushering in a new era with ties to its unique past and its promising future.
Description from Amazon:
Just a girl. The only one strong enough to break the cycle.
In Depression-era Mississippi, Millie Reynolds longs to escape the madness that marks her world. With an abusive father and a "nothing mama," she struggles to find a place where she really belongs.
For answers, Millie turns to the Gypsies who caravan through town each spring. The travelers lead Millie to a key that unlocks generations of shocking family secrets. When tragedy strikes, the mysterious contents of the box give Millie the tools she needs to break her family's longstanding cycle of madness and abuse.
Through it all, Millie experiences the thrill of first love while fighting to trust the God she believes has abandoned her. With the power of forgiveness, can Millie finally make her way into the free?
Saturated in Southern ambiance and written in the vein of other Southern literary bestsellers like The Help by Kathryn Stockett and Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter by Tom Franklin, Julie Cantrell has created a story that will sweep you away long after the novel ends.
Description from Goodreads:
Olivia Wallace has a birthday curse . . . or so she thinks. It was a broken heart on her 16th, a car accident on her 21st, pneumonia on her 30th, and a fall down a flight of stairs on her 35th. There were Ohio blizzards on her 38th, 39th, and 40th; and six days before her 45th, she lost the love of her life to a heart attack. Numbing grief stole that birthday and a couple more to follow and, on the morning of her 48th birthday, she received the call she’d dreaded ever since losing her mom so many years ago…she was diagnosed with stage-3 ovarian cancer. The doctors didn’t hold out a lot of hope, but Liv survived and maintained her faith. Months of surgeries and chemotherapy and radiation treatments followed.
But now, as her 50th birthday creeps up the icy Ohio path toward her, her hair has grown back, her energy level is up, and she is officially cancer free. It makes her nervous. After everything she’s gone through, Liv hates the idea of driving on icy roads and returning to work as an O.R. nurse in a local Cincinnati hospital.
Her best friend Hallie knows just the thing to break Liv out of the winter doldrums, while providing a safe haven of warmth, sunshine, and a time to regroup: a holiday in the Florida sunshine!
Description from Goodreads:
Allie Whitman and Connor Norman loved making the devils of the corporate world pay. Now, it’s their turn. And the price could be their lives.
“I didn’t have a choice. I didn’t.” That’s what Allie Whitman tells herself every night as she lies awake. Sometimes she even believes it. But mostly she knows deep down that her inability to make a hard choice has put millions of lives at risk, including her own. Now the only one who can help her is her lawyer, Connor Norman. Unfortunately, Allie’s actions have destroyed Connor’s trust in her—and may destroy much, much more
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Back to the Nook for an awesome read. I actually downloaded "Lie Down In Green Pastures" with my Kindle app and my Nook. It was available free via Kindle first, and I was honestly really excited to get another book in this series. Of course I hadn't read even the first book in the series at the time, but because I had read other books by Debbie Viguie, I was more than sure I would enjoy this series. The opportunity to get several books in a series on Kindle or Nook for free was hard to pass up.
ABOUT THE BOOK (From Goodreads):
St. Patrick's Day brings a new murder mystery for the crime-solving duo of Cindy, a church secretary, and Jeremiah, a Reformed rabbi. Can they rush to save hundreds of teens and the man she's grown to care for before it's too late?
I was fortunate to get to read these books in order. I cannot say that reading them out of order would have taken away from the story, but certainly because I had more time invested, I certainly have come to care for the characters more. This is of course one of the reasons I really enjoy book series. It is always like catching up with family.
This time the series opens with Jeremiah heading off to work on his day off (never do this) when his car gets hit by another car right in front of Cindy's church. Jeremiah, being very observant, is pretty sure that the driver of the other car was already dead before the impact. Cindy contacts the police, and once again, Jeremiah and Cindy become involved in yet another murder mystery involving their small town.
I liked that we got to know more about Mark (a police detective we have gotten to know throughout the series) and also focused more on Jeremiah and his abilities which shine further light into his past life before his life as a reformed rabbi. Frankly it was nice seeing the focus go off of Cindy for a bit. The part of the book that focused primarily on Jeremiah was very well written and interesting.
All in all, I once again thoroughly enjoyed reading this latest book in the series. There were really two sides of a story going on in this book, and I loved that. I also enjoyed that this one didn't seem too focused on romance. It really hasn't been heavy handed with romance, but of course with Cindy looking for love in another book, for me it was a concern. This is not to say I don't like romance. I do. I just am fond of the way a cozy mystery can ease that in rather than make it the main focus. I am liking that all the characters are developing friendships naturally rather than forcing thenm on us at light speed. At least that is my take on it. I do hope that Debbie Viguie writes more books for this series. Free or not, I will definitely snap them up.
Sunday, February 12, 2012
I was fortunate to win Death In Dahlonega at author Trish Perry's blog "Reading, Writing, and the Stuff In-Between." I have recently become totally enamored of Cozy mysteries so I was super thrilled at this win.
Here is a description from Good Reads:
A friendly adventure turns to murder and mayhem in the north Georgia mountains. Historical writer Trixie Montgomery is asked to cover Gold Rush Days in the picturesque Georgia mountain town, Dahlonega. Trixie seizes the chance to mix business with pleasure and asks her best friend, Dee Dee to tag along. Their well laid plans go awry when Dee Dee is discovered standing over the lifeless body of prominent citizen, John Tatum - the very man she'd had a run in with earlier that day - holding a bloody pickax in her hands. Can Trixie find a way to finish her assignment and keep Dee Dee out of the slammer? Winner in American Christian Fiction Writers' Category Five writing contest.
My Review: Can I just say that other than being embroiled in a murder investigation, I loved the life of Trixie Montgomery and her friend Dee Dee? Who wouldn't be delighted to travel a bit for their career?
Trixie takes her pal Dee Dee along with her on a work assignment for "Georgia On The Way" magazine where they are to catch the buzz of Gold Rush Days in the quaint mountain town Dahlonega. Other than the town's hotels being quite booked up because of the heavily attended event, the assignment truly seems to be fairly mundane and Trixie is looking for an angle for a more compelling story in order to wow her boss. Trixie gets more than she asks for when her dear friend is found holding the murder weapon over a very lifeless townie. What ensues are Trixie and Dee Dee's attempts to get to the bottom of who could have offed John Tatum. The list grows because John is a prominent yet not terribly liked citizen.
"Death In Dahlonega" is a quick read with great characters. The town descriptions were so well written that I truly could picture it all in my mind. The townspeople were pretty much what you would expect in a Cozy mystery, some were a little on the quirky side while others were straight-faced serious. It was enjoyable reading about the ladies' interactions with them as well as the various eateries in town. I would say that they were certainly true to life in the best way. The murderer wasn't a complete surprise, but still it had me guessing. I enjoyed the brief mind-vacation I had through Deborah Moore's book, and I do hope that more will follow.
Minor Spoiler: This doesn't really touch on the main plot of the book, but a warning is still important. I felt that the story did not have to end with a romantic loose end tied up. Truly it was not necessary to the story, and it would have been something I would have preferred to see develop in future works. Still...it wont keep me from hoping for and definitely purchasing a sequel.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
I am a huge fan of Cozy Mysteries. For some reason they are on the top of my reading radar right now. I read Nancy's book quite a while back when I had won it on a review site. It had been long enough that I decided to re-read it this past week and weekend, and I am so glad I did.
Samantha "Ivy" Towers returns to Winter Break, Kansas, where she spent her summers as a child, to make funeral arrangements for her Aunt Bitty. While there, she begins to suspect her aunt's death, which resulted from a fall in her bookshop, wasn't an accident after all. Childhood friend Amos Parker, now sheriff of Winter Break, seems anxious to get Ivy out of town. A missing book, a message scrawled by an unknown person, and an extra coffee cup leave Ivy with more questions than answers.
Cozy mysteries have recently become my genre of choice, and books like In The Dead of Winter are exactly why.
Ivy Towers arrives in Winter Break surrounded by a whirl of snow. Weather wise it is stormy and barely an opportune time to arrive in Winter Break as Winter Break holds onto snow with every last bit of its being. Thus the delightful name that rings icily true. The main issue is of course, Ivy is arriving to handle the estate and funeral arrangements for her dear great aunt whom she hasn't seen in quite a while.
Ivy spent summers there as a youth, but now she is a college student with a semester left before taking on the world. She is headed for a new and exciting future and uses her middle name, rather than Ivy, to claim it and leave behind the uncertain girl she once was. The problem is you really can't be the new you when you bring yourself to your old stomping grounds. Ivy is now in Winter Break where the population is tiny and everyone knows everyone's story and business.
Though things should be clear cut on aunt Bitty's demise, Ivy has been left a note that causes her suspicion, and despite knowing most everyone in the small town, there is no small list of suspects. Ivy has only a few short weeks before her final semester, but she isn't heading anywhere until she knows what happened to the woman who was just like a mother to her. As Ivy searches for answers, the reader is introduced to a town that despite its overwhelming amount of snow and ice, sounds utterly delightful. Delightful even as one is searching along with Ivy for answers. Perhaps I feel this way because of the time I spent in my own icy stomping grounds in Maine and Rhode Island.
In The Dead of Winter was a much needed break from everyday for me. I enjoyed the escape into the small town of Winter Break and all its residents whose varied eccentricities made each one more interesting than the next. The place was charming which is saying a lot for a town that is situated in just such a way that winter really likes to kick it and stick around.
I am usually rather good at guessing who the murderer is in cozy mysteries, but I did not get this one right away. I enjoyed Ivy's interaction with the other townsfolk and that Ivy was an average girl next door type and not your typical obvious beauty. She was flawed like the rest of us, but with a good heart, dreamer's mind, and a small dash of insecurity. This was so much more interesting for me than some of the typical heroines you find in books. I think that might be why I like cozy mysteries so much. People are a lot more normal even though their circumstances might not be. Some parts may have been tied up a little too quickly in the end, but it did not detract from the overall story. I enjoyed it a great deal, and I am already looking forward to reading the next book in the series "Bye Bye Bertie" which I have already ordered.
As I said, I won this book a long time ago and was not remotely requested to do a review. These opinions are truly my own.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
This Sunday is Superbowl Sunday, and it is the time for fun, friends, family and really odd commercials, and it can also be a real wallet denter. Sooooo let's think of some ways that we can save money on enjoying the Superbowl.
1 - If you are having a party, make it a potluck. Assign different items to different guests. Some can bring drinks, appetizers, desserts, plates and cups. You supply the main dish and of course the locale. This way everyone takes part in the cost.
2 - If child care is needed, chip in together and hire some sitters to take care of all the kids at your party.
3 - Save time on Superbowl Sunday and prep as many things in advance as you can. One of my favorite foods for a large group is chili. Follow this link to a great slow cooker chili recipe. You can set up an inexpensive chili and baked potato bar with all the fixings. Because it is Superbowl weekend, you can pick up many of the sides at low cost, because all of these goodies are on sale. Normally I would also suggest making meatballs and keeping those hot in a crock pot full of sauce. But if you want to save time, you can buy those big bags of frozen meatballs and save yourself a step. Ragu is on sale at Fry's right now grab a couple of jars. Toss a bag of frozen meatballs in a crockpot, add two jars of sauce and let them cook on low until game time. You can make meatball sliders or full on meatball grinders for a very inexpensive Superbowl meal.
5 - Team Spirit - My team is playing this year, and I will be spray painting my own team shirt. Pick up stencils or make your own by printing and cutting out the stencils at this link.
As many of you know, I love getting free magazine subscriptions. You never know what kind of information you are going to find. I have a free subscription for Entrepreneur magazine, and although much of it is well out of my income bracket, I always find interesting articles. The latest had an article on entrepreneurship opportunities that military veterans have been pursuing. The article included some fabulous websites that I think could be a benefit to a veteran you may know. These websites can help veterans start businesses.
SBA.GOV website is loaded with information for everyone, but they have an awesome page for the Office of Veterans Business Development with many links to programs and resources for veterans to get information on loan programs for veteran owned small businesses.
LINK: SBA Office of Veterans Business Development
US Department of Veterans Affairs helps small businesses become certified as Veteran-owned small businesses and service-disabled veteran-owned businesses. Once certified these businesses can become eligible for even more programs. Their site, vetbiz.gov is loaded with information.
USES FOR BAKING SODA
Last week I posted many, many uses for used coffee grounds and also left over coffee. This week I thought I would share some uses for baking soda. Baking soda is relatively inexpensive and something we usually have on hand for baking, but there is so much more you can use it for.
1 - Okay...we all know the obvious, but in case you do not, put an open box of baking soda in the fridge to absorb icky odors.
2 - Tooth whitening paste - Back in the mid 80s when tooth whitening products first hit the scene, my friends and I found that you could combine baking soda and 3% hydrogen peroxide into a goopy paste and mimic the whitening formulas. We were college students on a very limited budget and really were pleased with the results. You can also simply use baking soda as a simple toothpaste. It isn't tasty, but it is effective and really makes your teeth feel pretty awesome.
3 - Silver Cleaner - When my silver gets a little grubby, I mix up some baking soda and water and gently rub it into the silver. Tarnish comes off easily and leaves behind a nice shine. I have not used it on large silver pieces, but I have used it on silver chains, rings, and flatware.
4 - Baking soda and water make a great gentle scrub for your face. It is gritty so you will need to rinse quite a bit, but you will feel squeaky clean and exfoliated without overdoing it.
5 - Hair clarifying - A teaspoon of baking soda mixed in with your daily shampoo is all you need to use to remove a week's worth of product build up in your hair. This is really something you only need to use once a week. Trust me, I lived in the hairspray capital of the US back in the 80s and 90s, and all it took was this little trick to safely and inexpensively remove that build up.
6 - Fruit and veggie rinse - Add a tablespoon of baking soda to a bowl of water and use the mixture to clean off your fruit and veggies. It works wonders with getting off the dirt and other residues. Be sure to rinse well when done, because baking soda is not tasty.
7 - Keeping baking soda nearby when cooking is a great tool to have on hand in case of grease fires.
Baking soda will smother the fire. Be sure to put some distance between you and the flame before tossing the baking soda onto it, and of course if you can safely do so, turn off the appliance.
8 - Clean a curling iron - Just as your hair can hold a build up of hairspray and product so can your curling iron. The nice thing is they clean really well with the use of baking soda. Make a mixture of equal parts baking soda and water. Take your cool and unplugged iron -let's repeat for emphasis...COOL AND UNPLUGGED CURLING IRON, and rub the iron with a soft cloth and the baking soda and water mixture.
9 - Keep your sneakers from getting funky by sprinkling them with baking soda. I like to do this at least once every two weeks.
10 - Room refresher - Sprinkle baking soda on the floor. Let it sit for 15 to 20 minutes and then vacuum up.
11 - When your kitty litter box is cleaned out but still a little off putting, sprinkle some baking soda on the top and let it sit. It isn't going to harm your kitties toes, but it will take their kitty scents away.
12 - Give your sink and pipes a quick clean by putting about 3/4 cup of baking soda in the drain followed by half a cup of white vinegar. Not only will it clean your pipes but it can also be a natural way to unclog your pipes. Of course sometimes you still need a plumber, but we have had pretty good results with this as a maintenance method.
13 - Car Care - Baking soda is a great car cleaning tool. Use it on the chrome, lights and to remove road tar and sap. Mix 1/4 cup of baking soda with 1 quart of warm water and use with a sponge or soft cloth.
14 - Oven Cleaner - Wipe the oven with a wet sponge or cloth and then sprinkle with baking soda. Let this sit over night and tackle it the next day. I have also tossed baking soda on oven spills for a quick clean up when the oven is cool.
15 - Upset Tummy - Use baking soda to relieve acid indigestion. Follow the directions on the box. DO NOT OVERUSE.
16 - Underarm deodorant - Yep...apply baking soda with a puff (you can usually buy these at drug stores in the beauty department) for a natural deodorant. Note this is not an antiperspirant just a deodorant.
17 - Bath - For a nice relaxing soak that will remove oils and soften skin, add a cup of baking soda to the tub and soak it out. If your skin is irritated from a sunburn a soda wash will help take the irritation out. It is also great for a foot soak too.
18 - Smelly Fish Hands - I am so sorry that I wrote smelly fish hands, but I was thinking about how when you have to squeeze out a can of tuna before you use it, and afterward you are left with smelly fish hands. ICK! I mentioned how you can wash your hands with used coffee grounds to remove the scent, but you can also wash your hands with baking soda and water. Scrub them up and remove the stink. Sorry about the silly side, but I have been eating a lot of tuna lately, and this has really been a priority in the cleaning department. Plus if you wash your hands in the kitchen sink with the baking soda, it will minimize the odor in the sink.
19 - Clean the kitchen or bathroom sink - Baking soda is a great mild abrasive that you can use to clean your sinks, stove tops and counter tops. In fact it is also great to use to remove marks on the wall. It is also nice because it has no bleach.
20 - Draw out the stale smell from wash cloths by soaking in 1/4 cup of baking soda and a quart of water.
21 - Make beans more digestible - Okay...I haven't tried this yet, but I have read that if you add some baking soda to the water that you soak your dried beans in, it will help the beans be more easily digestible.
22 - Stings and bites - Baking soda with a little dash of water on a sting or bite is said to remove the ouch.
23 - Make a soak for retainers or other appliances. Add two teaspoons of baking soda to two cups of water or a bowl of water, mix and add the appliance or a retainer. This will clean and freshen the retainers. NEVER soak your retainers in mouthwash.
24 - Make Play Clay! Simply combine baking soda, corn starch and water and you can make clay. Follow this link to the Arm & Hammer site for the recipe.
A lot of us use an envelope system in order to keep our budgets on track. If you are interested in trying out the envelope system, follow this link to Dave Ramsey's website to learn how to get started with an envelope system. If you would like a very cool printable that you can use to print your own envelopes which will have a spending register included, follow this link to Today's Nest for their fabulous free envelope printable. Seriously, I love this.
Sign up for a free sample of Emergen-C while supplies last. The varieties change all the time.
LINK: Emergen-C Sample
Send a Valentine via Redbox's Facebook page and your friends will get a free Redbox rental code to use on Valentine's Day. I don't know about you, but I love a free movie. Oh, and don't worry about not getting to enjoy a free movie too. You can head back there on Valentine's Day to get a code for you too!
LINK: Redbox Free Valentine's Rental
FreeCCM is my first stop for free Christian music. This week you can download Jonny Diaz's song "Cross The Line" as well as songs from The Afters, Building 429, and Skillet.
LINK: FreeCCM Free Christian Music Downloads
iTickets.com has two songs to download this week. You can get "Damaged" by Plumb and "In Christ Alone" by Keith and Kristyn Getty.
LINK: iTickets Free Christian Music Downloads
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