Arnica Massage Oil It’s time for the next recipe in our Summer Sale of 2015! We love to make this deeply penetrating and soothing herbal massage oil for the occasional aches and pains we endure. Ideal for sore muscles and the minor bumps and bruises that result from hiking, gardening, long bike rides, yard work, and other physical activities. This... Continue Reading →
Over the past several years I have gotten to know many authors. None, however like my first guest, Debbie Manber Kupfer. Her quick wit and charming eloquence in style and presentation makes any of her short stories and books a delight to read. The first story I read of hers was in the anthology, Fauxpocalypse. A collection of shorts about the end of the world that never happened. Her little piece was titled, Vodka and Watermelons. I found it thought provoking as well as humorous. So It is fitting that she be my first guest on Author, Author.
- Tell us a little bit about yourself.
I’m a writer and puzzle maker who grew up in London, but today lives in St. Louis, MO with my husband, 2 kids, and the real ruler of our family, our kitty, Miri Billie Joe. I get through each day by consuming about a gallon…
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Cirque The clown is dead when last we found a grave excuse to look around and peer inside the shadowed door upon the third and final floor we listened but heard not a sound. The house sits back upon the ground— suspended, still, a merry-go-round and no one goes there anymore the clown is dead.... Continue Reading →