Hard to believe I will be cooking away starting Wednesday. I have pies to bake, and a fresh turkey and stuffing that need my attention. There are some last minute things to get like the pears and baby arugula for the salad. I know it never gets eaten as the focus is on the bird so it will only be a small salad this year. The mashed potatoes and fresh green beans are the domain of my mother and the mango cranberry relish is being supplied by my daughter and her husband. Things are looking good and I can’t wait to start smelling those wonderful aromas that mean family, closeness, and Thanksgiving.
This is going to be a great week here at Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words. We have some terrific books and Riptide Publishing is visiting for a guest post on their Warriors of Rome blog tour, Love Spartacus or strapping gladiators in leather? Don’t miss this one. On Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, I am blogging about novel playlists, authors and the importance of understanding the music central to a character. Trust me, it’s not as dry as it sounds when we are talking about bands like These Arms Are Snakes or The Flying Burrito Brothers!
So here we go, a little percussion please:
Monday, 19th: Knitter In His Natural Habitat (Knitting#4) by Amy Lane
Tuesday, 20th: Warriors of Rome Blog Tour, Guest post by Sam Starbuck
Wed, 21st: Review of The City War by Sam Starbuck
Thursday, 22nd: Lesser Evils (Infected, #6) by Andrea Speed
Friday, 23rd: When It Comes to Understanding People or Characters is Music the Key? Thoughts on Novels and Playlists
Saturday, 24th: The Legend of the Apache Kid by Sarah Black
For all the Americans, have a happy and safe Thanksgiving. For everyone else, be happy and safe too!