Multicultural Romance novels

Multicultural Romance novels

My WIP is coming along. I had hit soggy middle. But pushed forward. ūüėā My heroine is Lebanese and Irish decent American, with her Lebanese dad married to a Greek woman. Her best friend is Greek, as she is the niece of her dad‚Äôs wife, stepmom; and my hero‚Ķwell, he‚Äôs a...
Cookbook Reading as Escapism & Connection

Cookbook Reading as Escapism & Connection

Look at this lovely cookbook I found in my local library. I admit, the cover and its size enticed me. I’ve been checking various cookbooks out of the library as my new escapism versus watching Netflix late at night. Ok I do both. Mostly I read. I grew up with flavors...
Lockdowns & Romance

Lockdowns & Romance

I joined a local romance writers‚Äô group during the lockdowns. Unable to ever attend in person…with little ones Saturdays are activities and family time…yes even once a month this writer-mama couldn‚Äôt take the hour drive. I took the leap and joined these...
Writing my first novel!

Writing my first novel!

  Running from her fianc√©, Tabitha runs back to the town she lived in with her Baba after her parents‚Äô divorce and accepts a job as Alumni Relations Director at the same college Pierre-Luc has accepted a hockey coaching gig at. Pierre-Luc, a retired hockey...
Portokalopita ~ TRADITIONAL GREEK ORANGE CAKE

Portokalopita ~ TRADITIONAL GREEK ORANGE CAKE

For the Portokalopita  grapeseed oil or olive , 1 and 1/4 of a cup  1 cup sugar  orange juice ( 1 and 1/4 of a cup)  baking powder (4 tsps)  zest of 2 oranges  4 eggs 1 tsp vanilla extract 4-5 sheets philo dough, defrosted.   2 cups low fat yogurt For the syrup water...