I am super excited that we are going camping this weekend with friends, but boy is the work you have to do before, while, and after camping enough to wear ya out. I have been packing, cleaning, shopping, laundry, putting my left foot in, and my left foot out, and back in again to shake it all about. YIKES!!! You know what’s going to happen. I am going to do all this, then when we get home, do it all again, but reversed. Unpack, clean, and then laundry again??? It”s fun right? This is all worth it for the fun. When I look back at all the pictures we took, I’m sure I won’t remember all the work behind it. Mostly because of the beer.

The Girls of Victory Street: An absolutely heartbreaking World War 2 family saga (The Bryant Sisters Book 1)
by Pam Howes
4.3 Stars (2,095 Reviews)
Genre: Historical Fiction | Sagas

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From Amazon bestseller Pam Howes comes an emotional World War Two saga about three young women whose bravery and friendship will see them through the darkest times.

Liverpool, 1939. Bella Rogers thought her life was just starting; she can’t wait to get married to her childhood sweetheart, Bobby. But when war is declared and Bobby is called up, his letters stop, leaving Bella heartbroken and alone. Then her family is torn apart by tragedy when her angelic five-year-old sister dies from a terrible illness. They can barely afford a funeral, but the church is packed with the entire community, devastated for their loss.

Grieving for her sister and lost love, Bella finds a job at the Bryant and May factory, making matches. As bombs begin to fall, Bella gets the workers singing, keeping spirits high amidst the fear. When she meets a handsome American airman, Earl Franklin Jr, Bella’s heart finally starts to mend. Earl encourages her passion and soon she and her friends are offered the opportunity of a lifetime: to travel the country’s army bases, entertaining the troops and singing for victory. They name themselves The Bryant Sisters.

Just as her life is getting back on track, Bella finds herself pregnant – and Earl reveals a shattering secret that changes everything about their future. Devastated, she flees home to Liverpool, but as an unmarried mother, will her family reject her? And, as she faces a terrible sacrifice, will she ever sing with The Bryant Sisters again?

A heartbreaking historical novel about women in wartime, friendship, family and hope. Perfect for fans of Nadine Dorries, Diney Costeloe and Wives of War.

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Obsessed Cowboy (Whiskey Run: Cowboys Love Curves)
by Hope Ford
4.3 Stars (1,030 Reviews)
Genre: Short Stories | Contemporary Fiction

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She’s the preacher’s daughter and she’s off limits.
I’m an over-the-top, obsessed cowboy.
I can lasso wild horses, loose cows and the orneriest of bulls… but I can’t seem to catch the curvy Janie Bradshaw.

She’s too young and she’s way too good for the likes of this ol’ cowboy, but I can’t stop thinking about her. She has more curves than some men would know what to do with. But not me. No, I dream of those curves… having my hands on them, my lips on them and holding onto them while I… Damn.

I’m obsessed with her… but I shouldn’t be. I thought we could try and be friends, but that made her think she could dance with another man.

It’s time to take matters into my own hands. I may not be worthy of the curvy, beautiful Janie, but I’ll do whatever it takes to make her mine.

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MEAN LOU GREEN Vol. 1-3: Only Outlaws are Free
by Chris Jones
5.0 Stars (4 Reviews)
Genre: Men’s Adventure | Westerns | Action & Adventure

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MEAN LOU GREEN is a brand-new style of Blitzkrieg pulp fiction that will hook you with its reckless charm and pull you deep into the Wild West for outrageous adventures full of gunsmoke, whiskey, and cheap perfume.

You’ve never experienced anything like MEAN LOU GREEN before.

Lightning-speed flash fiction that reads like a Rock n’ Roll album

30 super-short tales, 10 per volume, all about the same characters.

Each tale takes 1-3 minutes to read but will get your heart racing and blood pumping.

It’s like spinning a Wild West roulette wheel… You never know what’s coming in the next story.

RIDE ALONG WITH LOU, the “bounty hunter hunter” who does what he’s got to in order to buy his next bottle of rye and is pushed endlessly west by a tragic quest to bring his dead son’s silver dollar to the Pacific that he can never seem to complete.

He handles Indians, other bounty hunters, an arch nemesis Grim Reynolds, too many beautiful women to keep track of, and enough rotgut to make him half blind.

While he stomps and howls through the Old West, Lou:

-fights a group of howlin’ Injun Braves who are after his scalp

-has a run-in with an old partner-in-crime Spitshine Sierra, a cold killer who’s prettier’n a daffodil but vicious as a she-wolf

-deals with a thievin’ soiled dove who robs him blind and nude

-ponders the deeper meaning of a half-full whiskey bottle

-shoots himself

-battles Grim Reynolds, the stone-faced maniac hellbent on making Lou pay for his past actions

-has a traintop duel in a South Dakota blizzard

-gets a bullet removed from his liver without a painkiller

-poses as a town marshal

-plays some brutally high-stakes poker

-gets himself a mean Greener sawed-off shotgun

-assaults the winter cabin hideout of the notorious Erie Watson gang with two young hombres by his side

-faces off with the famous bounty hunter Shane Savage

-hears the wildest song he’s ever heard in a saloon… About him

-plays a winner-takes-all-and-more game of Russian Roulette

-tests out his left hook (more than once)

-and more…

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Retro Recipes The Most Popular Vintage Recipes from the 1970s
by Louise Davidson
4.2 Stars (104 Reviews)
Genre: Cookbooks, Food & Wine

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Go down memory lane with epic vintage recipes from the 1970s!

The seventies were popularly referred to as the disco era and its cuisine left a memorable heritage! If there were a yearbook of great foods from the 20th century, the popular cuisine of the 1970s would surely be a colorful entry. It was a decade marked by global awareness, packaged goods, and health consciousness. No matter how old those recipes feel today, millions of people still love them!

Previously, even spaghetti had sounded like foreign food to many people, and many other recipes were almost completely unknown. But when they hit the public awareness, they took off and became must-have foods at dinner parties. Undoubtedly, some of these recipes had already been around for a while, but many of them spiked in popularity from the early to late 70s. Many epic recipes — Watergate Salad, Spaghetti Bolognese, Pineapple Baked Chicken, Green Sauce, Yule Log, Custard Sauce, Lemon Meringue Pie, Crepes, and Stuffed Peppers — were all the rage then and left their marks for decades to come.

It’s time to rekindle your nostalgia with some long-lost recipes from the 70s. This book is the ultimate collection of vintage recipes that defined the decade. Discover a handpicked collection of classic 70s recipes that set trends with their delectable flavors. From Pasta Primavera to Honey Cheesecake, this lovely lot of retro recipes will surely bring a big smile to your face.

Prepare yourself to revisit the signature recipes of the 70s and witness a joyful celebration of food.

Some of the recipes you will find inside with many others include:

• Crepes

• Apple Cinnamon Muffins

• Asparagus Omelet

Appetizers, Sides, and Snacks

• Cheese Straws

• Mushroom Fingers

• Yule Log

Chicken and Turkey

• Batter Fried Chicken

• Chicken and Pasta Primvera

• Turkey Mushroom Gravy

Beef, Pork, Lamb, and Veal

• Faggots

• Hamburger Helper

• Hawaiian Pizza

Fish and Seafood

• Salmon Loaf

• Tuna and Kiwi Bake

• Haddock and Pecan Croquettes


• Watergate Salad

• Crusted Cheese Pie

• Corn Souffle


• Poke Cake

• Profiteroles

• Banoffee Pie


• Harvey Wallbanger

• Pink Squirrel

• Kamikaze

All recipes come with a detailed list of ingredients, number of servings, prep, and cooking times, easy to follow step-by-step instructions, and nutrition facts.

Prepare these distinctive recipes from the 70s and relive that magical era today!

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Sweet Saboteur: A Small Town Culinary Cozy Mystery (The Cozy Café Mysteries Book 1)
by C. A. Phipps
4.4 Stars (332 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery | Literature & Fiction

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The Cozy Café nightmare!

Hounded by deadly gossip, Scarlett’s determined not to give in to the pressure to close the family business and she’ll do anything to turn things around and give her sisters a better life.

Except murder!

The shocking death points to the café as the likely cause and Scarlett must put all fears aside to solve the mystery before everything she’s fought to keep safe is lost — or worse!

Cozy Hollow might never be the same again.

The Cozy Café mysteries are light, cozy mysteries featuring a family-focused café owner who discovers she’s a talented amateur sleuth — and a magnet for animals.

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Shoal Creek
by Lanny Bledsoe
4.6 Stars (187 Reviews)
Genre: Literary Fiction | Men’s Adventure | Coming of Age

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A young boy runs away from his sharecropper home in South Georgia. Uneducated and unprepared for what he faces, he survives through the grace of God and the kindness of rural farm families. In time he learns to live on the road, making his own way. He matures, learns skills through experience and a winter with redneck loggers teaches him self-defense. Several farmer’s daughters teach him about women.

Now twenty-years-old, six-three and two hundred rock hard pounds, Rep Doe, looking for a warm place for the winter, gets to Shoal Creek Farm. The farm, owned by the Hogan family, is the largest supplier of illegal whiskey in west Georgia. The family manages and protects their business with an iron fist. They do not hesitate to meet any threat with a violent response.

Red Hogan, the family sire and his son, Brit, immediately dislike and mistrust Rep. Despite their feelings, he fights and wins a job. The challenge then is to keep the job and his life.

But the main challenge comes from the three women he meets at the farm and they each change his life. Lila, the owner’s daughter, Bess, the wild-haired river swamp girl and Star, from the other side of the Chattahoochee River. Two he will love; one he will marry and the one with the morals of an alley cat will affect his life forever.

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