Happy New Year! I just read a new review of Dating Maggie...
I was thrilled to find another good review this morning up at Jeri's Book Attic Blog. Here's an excerpt:
Review :With "Dating Maggie" by M.J. Greenway you get one of those books that first seems like this typical girly book, but then you figure out that it is so much more...
It´s a story about Maggie who easily lets you become a part of a story about dating. But you know what? It´s not just this cheesy story that you would expect from a blurb like this. You get introduced to Maggie who is such a likeable character-one that makes it easy to connect with the story.
The same I can say about Cliff. He is a character that got married very young. A marriage that does not make him as happy as he should be which is why he gets divorced.
So what did the talented author do with these two authentic characters?
She lets them create this unique story that makes you not just smirk, but also laughing and crying at the same time.
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When I need a break from writing, I bake! We have peaches on our tree and frozen berries. This is the perfect recipe for using both. Versions of this recipe are all over the internet. This is my version that is tweaked a little to use less cake mix to make it more of a crumble than a cake.
Here is the recipe:
Grease 8X8 pan
3-4 cups of fresh or frozen peaches and berries
1 1/4 cups of yellow cake mix
1/4 cup of melted butter
Put the fruit in the pan and sprinkle the cake mix over the top.
Drizzle the butter over the top of the cake mix.
Bake for 45 minutes at 375.
If you have super tart fruit, like blackberries, feel free to toss them with sugar before adding the topping. I find peaches are sweet enough and don't need the added sugar. We like to serve it with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
Some readers have mentioned wanting to read a sequel to Sarah Starting Over. Well, I'm happy to say that I have started writing a book #2 so that readers can see what happens with Greyson and Sarah one year later. Here's a tiny sneak peak. We will see the story through Greyson and Sarah's eyes in this story:
size thirteen wingtips kicked a couple of oval pebbles until they were sucked
into a crack in the sidewalk. Other indentations in the walkway were overgrown
with green things. The near constant rain made living in Siletz Bay like taking
up residence on the surface of a Chia Pet. I’d been advised to wear more
comfortable footwear by the prosthetic experts. But I had an image to maintain,
leg or no leg. The
Canon camera I’d inherited from my mom after her passing hung around my neck
most days. Clicking pics of married men sharing their beds with their
assistants had become my bread and butter.