The no-fuss bread machine cookbook

Author: michelle anderson Category: Kitchen and Drinks Regular price: $6.99 Offer price: $2.99 The deal begins: November 30, 2022 The deal ends: November 30, 2022 Description: Essential guide and simple recipes to make delicious breads with your bread machineFinally, a cookbook that shows you how to use your bread maker for its intended purpose: convenience! … Read more

alone with my glass | write out loud

I don’t know how many times I have to say the line: “I collect old glass from charity shops” Because someone inevitably POPS To say the idiotic phrase: ‘There are loads of that on eBay, every day!’ and what do i say By way of return? I describe how I long For my beautiful crystal … Read more

The decision to kill | bookzio

Author: Leslie Ghiglieri Category: general nonfiction Regular price: $11.99 Offer price: $0.99 The deal begins: November 30, 2022 The deal ends: November 30, 2022 Description: A family tragedy drives this gripping true crime debut in which a mother searches for answers about the shocking murder of her husband and the conviction of her son.In the … Read more

The Girl Who Quit in Leviticus by Sueanne Rhodenbaugh

. By Lynette G. Esposito . The girl who quit in Leviticus by Sueanne Rhodenbaugh is a slim tome published by the Homestead Lighthouse Press in Grants Pass, Oregon. In fifty-seven pages of reflective. Irreverent and unsentimental observation, Rhodenbaugh explores universal themes of faith, love, death, and flowers in a mixed variety of poetic forms. … Read more

The cursed dream of beauty | bookzio

Author: Mary E Twomey Category: Fancy Regular price: $4.99 Offer price: Free The deal begins: November 30, 2022 The deal ends: November 30, 2022 Description: Rory knows from her birth the date she is destined to die.When Rory unexpectedly meets the man who could break her curse, she has to decide if it’s worth risking … Read more

These days of simple mooring by Florence Weinberger

. By Charles Rammelkamp . In “My Very Own Opera,” one of the new poems by These days of simple mooringFlorence Weinberger writes: . A singer’s lament becomes a lullaby my father sang beginning of the Queen Bohemian Rhapsody that triggers La Boheme, trembling bridges over troubled waters. Everything is in the deck. . This … Read more