Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Free audiocodes, Free recipe Two hilarious videos.

Posted by Susan B James on 3:00:00 AM with No comments

Thanks to all of you who voted in The Raven Awards. Maybe This Time won in Contemporary.  Maybe This Time is also a finalist for the 2019 RONE awards in Audiobooks General. Stephanie Bentley is a wonderful narrator. Another reason I feel blessed.
I have free audiobook codes for Time and Forever and Maybe This Time for anyone interested in leaving a review.You can email me at sueberger3@gmail.com
Irish Magic released last week. Its up to 40 reviews on Amazon with an average of 4.2 stars. 18 reviews on Goodreads and five recommendations on BookBub.
Buy for 3.99 What a Bargain!
A romantic comedy with a touch of magic.
What do you do when everything goes wrong?
Make a wish on a four-leaf clover, right?
There’s no other logical way out of it!
But a clover wish is a heart wish. Everyone knows that.
When part leprechaun, Bradley Flynn, is charged with finding Kate’s true love, he calls on retired matchmaker, Essie O’Callaghan, who happens to have a mission of her own.
Dr. Michael Walshe had a ring in his pocket when he walked in on his girlfriend sleeping with her costar. He wants no part of Essie’s plan to find him a wife.
Fate – or something more leprechaun-shaped – has Kate and the doctor both heading to Cluhalaugh, home to Ireland’s most famous matchmaking festival. And somehow their paths keep crossing. The more they see of each other the harder it is to resist exploring their reluctant attraction. Will Kate realize that Michael could be far more than the cure to her writer’s block?

Pavlova Recipe

 Pavlova is one of my favorite summer desserts. It was created for Anna Pavlova, the Russian ballerina during her 1926 tour, either by a hotel chef in Wellington, New Zealand, or a by a chef in Australia. Both countries claim the credit.I claim it's delicious and easy to make.

Pavlova Re

A Pavlova is a baked meringue covered with unsweetened whipped cream and the fruit of your choice.
 I like to use raspberries, blueberries, Kiwi fruit and apricots.

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.
The Meringue
4egg whites
2 cups Confectioner’s sugar
1tbs cornstarch
1tbs vinegar
Pinch of salt
Beat egg whites until stiff
Add sugar one tablespoon at a time
Fold in vinegar, cornstarch, and salt
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Using a spatula, free-form a plate or platter sized circle on the baking sheet
(Or you could draw a circle pattern on the parchment. Better idea,)
Bake for 2 hours at 200 degrees. Then leave in the oven to dry for another hour.
Step 2 Whip 1 ½ cups heavy cream (Add 1 tsp Vanilla. Optional).
Move the meringue to your serving plate.
When ready to serve, cover the meringue with the whipped cream and decorate with fruit the fruit of your choice.

 I wanted to leave you with some laughter.
The first video is one of my favorite Saturday Night Live sketches. Alexa for Seniors. I definitely relate to this one.

The second video was written by Billy Crystal's son in law and it is so funny. 4 minutes and 37 seconds.
Live long. Laugh often. And love always.
And maybe read my books?


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