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Saturday, January 31, 2015

#SaturdaySpotlight: William Vietinghoff

Good Morning and Welcome to the last Saturday Spotlight of Jan 2015!

Yeah, I'm finding that hard to believe too, but I'm happy to say our spotlights are filled up for quite sometime with new authors, like the one we have today, as well as old friends with new books!

Today our guest, William Vietinghoff graduated in 1953 from Northwestern University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering. At the time, the political and technology movements in the world, generated by the missile race, converged and created an opportunity for Vietinghoff, at the dawn of the space age, to join the ranks of dozens of other young engineers, pioneers in a way, learning on the job how to get a rocket engine to start and run. Over the ensuing years,  Vietinghoff participated in many rocket engine, vehicle, and missile programs: Atlas, F-1, Lance,  Peacekeeper, KEW, and X-33. The Interceptor Program grew from a collection of on-the-job incidents, with some imaginary ones thrown n. Vietinghoff, his wife, Gladys, and his two sons and daughter live in California.

About the book:

This book is written in the format of a movie script to give the readers the feeling that they are watching a dramatic motion picture, along with the corny movie clichés. Orville Pressfit, elderly aircraft mechanic, reports to a television station in Ponca CityOklahoma where he resides that he has been abducted by space aliens the night before. News reporter Leanne Flambeau interviews him at the airfield. The broadcast terrifies the senior citizens of the community. Even though the abduction cannot be verified and the presence of aliens is denied by the authorities, the report sets off a public outcry and a chain of events that leads to the White House. Thelma Grayfield, the first woman President, is forced to authorize a contract to a major aerospace company to design and build an Interceptor to pursue the alien ships that no one believes exist.




The screen shows Leanne standing next to Orville. She is looking at the camera with a very sober expression.


LEANNE:  I am here with Orville Pressfit, an aircraft mechanic at the Eagle’s Nest airport. Mister Pressfit reported to our station – exclusively – that he had been abducted by space aliens last night. Please describe for our viewers, mister Pressfit, exactly what happened.


Leanne turns and faces Orville. She holds the microphone near his mouth.


ORVILLE:  I was working here late when the alien ship came over. It was about nine p.m. and the landing strip was officially closed. I was finishing up replacing some spark plugs in that Cessna over there when this huge round dome – I guess you’d call it that – landed. Right there!


The TV camera moves away from Orville to show the area on the apron to which he is pointing. There is nothing to see.


ORVILLE (off-screen):  A hatch opened, and three aliens came out and walked up to me. They watched what I was doing for a few minutes, looked into some kind of book, and said a couple of words. It sounded like English, but I couldn’t understand. One grabbed my shoulder, pointed at the open hatch in the dome, and pulled me toward it.


The TV camera pans back to Leanne and Orville.


LEANNE:  Would you describe these creatures as small, with bulbous heads, and large, dark, ovoid eyes? You know – the appearance we’ve heard described by previous abductees.


ORVILLE:  Shoot! I wouldn’t call them creatures. And no, they didn’t have bulbs for heads, and they didn’t have dark avoiding eyes. They looked straight at me. They were just guys! They looked like you and me. Well, not like you.




Anna, Harold, Ray, and dozens of other shoppers in the department store stare up at the bank of television sets, aghast.


ANNA:  Oh, my God, Harold! We’ve got aliens right here in Ponca City.

Well....sounds intriguing and certainly different!  Purchase from Amazon.

Hope you enjoyed this spotlight...Next week (and next month!) we'll be coming to you from Bandera, TX so... See you then!

Take care & God Bless.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

#ThursdayThoughts: #RandomRamblings


Would say "good morning" but it's almost noon LOL! Been busy and as usual, lots going on, so today is going to be one of those random rambling days.

When I left this morning to go to the gym and swim (hey! I'm a poet and didn't know it) ;-) ... See, my mind is in a million places today... Anyway the fog was so thick it was like driving through pea soup..or maybe cream of mushroom soup...okay some kind of heavy broth... whatever, but it got me to thinking about how much of our life we spend in a fog.


Or all of the above. 

How often do we go through our days and nights on automatic pilot, not asleep but not really awake, and definitely not aware.

In the spiritual world, teachers such as Dr. Wayne Dyer and Eckhart Tolle talk a lot about staying in the now; being focused and aware of what's going on in and around you in any given moment.

I know, I know, easier said than done...I mean we've all got so much going on, busy from daylight to dark thirty.We get caught up in the drama of our daily lives....jobs, death, divorce, health, kids, parents, grandchildren....You get my drift. We're all going a hundred miles a minute and getting nowhere fast. And we miss out on the present-moment miracles happening all around us.

But seriously, is there some way we can accomplish all of this and still remain alert and aware of our inner man, our life's purpose?

I think one way is to stop often during the day and just ask yourself, "What am I thinking and what is going on around me, inside me?" 

Then take a moment and just listen...to your heart, to the deepest whispers of your soul.

Try it and you may find that.....

Something to think about....
Inspirational with an Edge! 

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

#TuesdayTreasure: Guest Post by Judith Miller

Good Morning!

I just realized this is the last Tuesday Treasure of Jan 2015...Wow! I pray your new year has started out with an abundance of blessings. Today I'm pleased to bring you another guest post from one of LitFuse Publicity authors, Ms. Judith Miller.

Judith Miller is an award-winning author whose avid research and love for history are reflected in her bestselling novels. When time permits, Judy enjoys traveling, visiting historical settings, and scrapbooking the photographs from her travel expeditions. She makes her home in Topeka, Kansas

Something I deeply treasure is connecting with family members, so I was thrilled that I would be researching the Refined by Love series in West Virginia. During my summer visits to conduct research, I was able to spend a great deal of time with my sister who lives there. Since all of the stories are set in West Virginia and my sister is a teacher who is free to travel during the summer, we were able to visit potteries, brickyards, a tile factory, and the brick mansion known as Adaland. I used Adaland as a prototype for Woodfield Mansion in The Brickmaker’s Bride

I’ve included a picture of Adaland that shows the docent, my sister, and my daughter standing on the front porch. On that particular trip, my daughter was working in Baltimore and drove to West Virginia to join us for the tour. In addition to finding Adaland a perfect setting for Woodfield Manor, I also learned that my niece’s great grandparents were the first couple to be married at Adaland. Her great-grandfather was the overseer at Adaland, and that’s a picture of them that I took while we were on our tour of Adaland. It hangs on the wall in the dining room. We also had the opportunity to have dinner at a restaurant that has a view of the Tygart River Valley which is the setting featured in The Brickmaker’s Bride.

During our travels to Ohio to conduct research in a pottery museum, we were able to connect with my cousin and his wife who accompanied us on one of the factory tours, and then joined us for a leisurely lunch. That time with them was also precious to me, an added blessing I treasure as a benefit of my writing ministry. 

I find it amazing how authors come up with their settings and this one sounds fabulous!

Well friends, hope you enjoyed this week's Tuesday Treasure and hope to see you later for Thursday Thoughts, Saturday Spotlight!

Until later...take care & God Bless!

Saturday, January 24, 2015

#SaturdaySpotlight: Zoe M McCarthy & Calculated Risk

Good Morning and welcome to another edition of Saturday Spotlight.

It is with pleasure I bring to you a fellow Pelican Book Group Author, Zoe M McCarthy with her debut PBG title, Calculated Risk.

Zoe M. McCarthy believes the little known fact that opposites distract. Thus, she spins Christian contemporary romances entangling extreme opposites. 

Her tagline is: Distraction to Attraction, Magnetic Romances Between Opposites. 

Calculated Risk is Zoe’s debut novel. Christian Fiction Online Magazine published two of her short stories. Zoe enjoys leading workshops on the craft of writing, speaking about her faith, planning fun events for her 5 grandchildren, and exploring the Blue Ridge Mountains, where she lives with her husband, John. 

Find out more about Zoe by visiting her website

What happens when an analytical numbers man meets a mercurial
marketing Rep? Romance is a calculated risk.

Whoever said opposites attract was right, of course…but no one ever said what they attract.

Jilted by the latest of her father’s choices of “real men,” Cisney Baldwin rashly accepts an invitation to spend Thanksgiving weekend with a sympathetic colleague and his family. Nick LeCrone is a man too much her opposite to interest her and too mild-mannered to make her overbearing father’s “list.” Now, Cisney fears Nick wants to take advantage of her vulnerable state over the holiday. Boy, is she wrong.

Nick wants little to do with Cisney. She drives him crazy with all her sticky notes and quirks. He extended an invitation because he felt sorry for her. Now he’s stuck, and to make matters worse, his family thinks she’s his perfect match. He’ll do what he can to keep his distance, but there’s just one problem—he’s starting to believe Cisney’s magnetism is stronger than he can resist.

In search of the yellow sticky with her ideas for today’s meeting, Cisney Baldwin sifted through papers on her desk. She had a choice: honor her rash commitment to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with Nick LeCrone and his family, or lie and join her friends on the Colorado ski slopes.
Biting cold air and exhilarating speed might keep her mind off slime-ball Jason. And, she’d need her Richmond friends nearby to nurse her self-esteem after she told Daddy she’d lost his pick for her future.
She planted fists on her hips and stared at the papers sprinkled with yellow stickies that covered her workspace. Minutes before her meetings with Nick, she could never put her fingers on her notes. Why did this always happen?
How was she going to face him today, after he’d stood in her office doorway last week and watched her disintegrate during Jason’s dump-Cisney phone call? If only she’d stopped there, but no, she hung up and blubbered about the end of her six-month relationship and having nowhere to go for Thanksgiving.
She splayed her arms over her paper-covered desk and knocked her head on the piles. This was all Jason’s fault. Jason needed space? Right. What he needed was freedom to date that woman with a waist the size of his muscular neck.
She shot erect, raking her hair from her face.
Nick stood in her doorway. He didn’t have a greasy mop of hair or wear button-down shirts two sizes too small, but he carried a calculator loaded with countless complicated functions. The joke around Marketing was that actuaries were accountants without personalities.

Sounds like a wonderfully funny & romantic read. Get your copy of Calculated Risk today!

Well friends, thanks for stopping by. Hope you're having a great weekend and you'll drop in next week for Tuesday Treasures, Thursday Thoughts and another Saturday Spotlight!

Until later... Take care & God Bless

Thursday, January 22, 2015

#ThursdayThoughts: @KimHeadlee with a #RockingRomance

Nothing better to do on a  chilly, gloomy, rainy morning than curl up with a good book, so I'm excited to bring you another Rocking Romance! 

Today's guest is Kim Headlee with her book, Liberty.


1. What romantic event would you like to see this year?
I would love to go on an Arctic Circle cruise with my husband in the summer, and watch the auroras envelop the sky above us. It won't happen this summer, though, LOL!

2. Name your favorite romantic tip
Calculate the number of DAYS since your wedding, first date, first kiss, first... whatever, and then surprise your partner with a night out on the town. It will utterly stump him or her as to what the special occasion is! I can't take credit for this idea, however. My husband got it from a coworker, years ago, and surprised me on the 5000th day since our wedding anniversary.

3. What Rocking romance do you find intriguing?
Arthur and Guinevere, of course. Most romances don't carry the power to shape the destiny of two nations, but theirs did--as portrayed in my series The Dragon's Dove Chronicles (Dawnflight, Morning's Journey, etc.).

4. What is your Rocking Romance flower?
I am quite partial to the Peace rose.

5. Plan one romantic evening what would you do?
Dinner at a great restaurant that doesn't have any TVs! I'm not sure that would be my husband's idea of a romantic evening, however... :-)

About Kim....
Kim Headlee lives on a farm in southwestern Virginia with her family, cats, goats, and assorted wildlife. People and creatures come and go, but the cave and the 250-year-old house ruins—the latter having been occupied as recently as the mid-twentieth century—seem to be sticking around for a while yet.

Kim is a Seattle native (when she used to live in the Metro DC area, she loved telling people she was from "the other Washington") and a direct descendent of twentieth-century Russian nobility. Her grandmother was a childhood friend of the doomed Grand Duchess Anastasia, and the romantic yet tragic story of how Lydia escaped Communist Russia with the aid of her American husband will most certainly one day fuel one of Kim's novels. Another novel in the queue will involve her husband's ancestor, the seventh-century proto-Viking king of the Swedish colony in Russia.

For the time being, however, Kim has plenty of work to do in creating her projected 8-book Arthurian series, The Dragon's Dove Chronicles, and other novels under her new imprint, Pendragon Cove Press.

YouTube video interview: http://youtu.be/DV5iKrEIROk


Now about the book....

They hailed her “Liberty,” but she was free only to obey—or die.

Betrayed by her father and sold as payment of a Roman tax debt to fight in Londinium’s arena, gladiatrix-slave Rhyddes feels like a wild beast in a gilded cage. Celtic warrior blood flows in her veins, but Roman masters own her body. She clings to her vow that no man shall claim her soul, though Marcus Calpurnius Aquila, son of the Roman governor, makes her yearn for a love she believes impossible.

Groomed to follow in his father’s footsteps and trapped in a politically advantageous betrothal, Aquila prefers the purity of combat on the amphitheater sands to the sinister intrigues of imperial politics, and the raw power and athletic grace of the flame-haired Libertas to the adoring deference of Rome’s noblewomen.

When a plot to overthrow Caesar ensnares them as pawns in the dark design, Aquila must choose between the Celtic slave who has won his heart and the empire to which they both owe allegiance. Trusting no man and knowing the opposite of obedience is death, the only liberty offered to any slave, Rhyddes must embrace her arena name—and the love of a man willing to sacrifice everything to forge a future with her.
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Paperback edition coming soon!

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You can watch the trailer and read excerpts of Liberty on Kim's Blog.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

#TuesdayTreasure: #RockingRomance with @AuthorTinaGayle & #PregnancyPlan

Good Morning and Welcome to the first of #RockingRomance guest posts. During these spots each author will answer five questions on romance. So without further ado, here's Tina!

1. What romantic event would you like to see this year? Love to be invited to a wedding. Has been a few years and enjoy the celebration of love.

2. Name your favorite romantic tip – remember to say I love often with meaning.

3. What Rocking romance do you find intriguing. Miss Piggy and Kermit- can’t help but love them

4. What is your Rocking Romance flower? Indian Paintbrushes – you can only get them during the spring and you have to pick them.

5. Plan one romantic evening what would you do? Stay in and order in a pizza, watch a movie and snuggle on the couch. I like to keep things simple.

Pregnancy Plan

Jillian Wilson wants a baby and is willing to do just about anything to have one. Until her almost ex-boyfriend shows up at her hotel room door. Then she has to convince him she's not fooling around with his brother.

Now, Derrick is only too happy to help with her problem.

Can Jillian love him and leave him even when he is hurt in a car crash and now believes they are married?


Derek entered the condo, exhausted from a day at the lake. He wanted a cold beer and a hot shower, in that order.

Good thing he’d strong-armed his brother into taking Kelly away for the weekend. He had the place to himself, and Jason and his fiancée could use the relief from the stress of planning their wedding.

Removing his sweaty shirt, he threw it over his shoulder, opened the refrigerator, and grabbed a Bud. With a quick twist of his wrist, he uncapped the bottle, and poured the cold liquid down his throat.

Now the shower.

He stepped around the bar separating the kitchen from the dining area. The light on the answering machine blinked. He hit the button.

“Uh, Jason, it’s Jillian.”

A picture of a shapely woman flashed through Derek’s mind.

“I don’t want you to worry. I’m not pregnant...”

“Holy shit!” Every big-brother, over-protective gene in his body kicked into gear.

The shattering sound of his beer bottle hitting the floor and his fist connecting with the wall doused the end of the message.

Could this be the reason Kelly was having second thoughts about marrying Jason?

Purchase ebook at

Well friends hope you enjoyed this #RockingRomance. I'm participating in the blog hop with my novel, Circles of Fate. You can see the first post on Kim Headlee's blog, The Maze of Twisty Passages.

Hope you have a blessed day and come back to visit!

Until next time...take care and God Bless!

Saturday, January 17, 2015

#SaturdaySpotlight: Karen McCullough and Detectives Dilemma

Good Morning and Welcome to another edition of Saturday Spotlight!

Whew...I am SO happy to see the sun shining this morning! It has been rainy, cloudy and gloomy... F-O-R-E-V-E-R!!

Today it is my great pleasure to introduce to you Ms. Karen McCullough, author of Magic, Mystery, and Romance!

Karen McCullough’s wide-ranging imagination makes her incapable of sticking to one genre for her storytelling. As a result, she’s the author of more than a dozen published novels and novellas, which span the mystery, fantasy, paranormal, and romantic suspense genres. A former computer programmer who made a career change into being an editor with an international trade publishing company for many years, she now runs her own web design business to support her writing habit. Awards she’s won include an Eppie Award for fantasy; three other Eppie finals; Prism, Dream Realm, Rising Star, Lories, Scarlett Letter, and Vixen Awards, and an Honorable Mention in the Writers of the Future contest. Her short fiction has appeared in several anthologies and numerous small press publications in the fantasy, science fiction, and romance genres. She lives in Greensboro, NC, with her husband of many years.

Links to find and follow Karen: 

Although Sarah Anne Martin admits to pulling the trigger, she swears someone forced her to kill her lover. Homicide detective Jay Christianson is skeptical, but enough ambiguous evidence exists to make her story plausible. If he gives her enough freedom, she’ll either incriminate herself or draw out the real killers. But, having been burned before, Jay doesn’t trust his own protective instincts…and his growing attraction to Sarah only complicates matters.

With desire burning between them, their relationship could ultimately be doomed since Sarah will be arrested for murder if they can’t find the real killer.

Excerpt from Chapter 1

The crash of something hitting the floor jerked her awake.

Sarah lay for a moment, listening, wondering what might have fallen, but not yet alarmed enough to drag herself out of bed and investigate.

An even louder thunk shook the house. She jolted upright in bed. Something had hit the floor again--something heavy. She reached for the bedside clock and pressed the button to illuminate the face. One-thirty. Vince might still be up. Maybe he’d bumped into something. She hoped it was nothing worse. She kept telling him to follow the doctor’s orders and lose weight. At fifty-three, he already had heart problems.

The thought of him lying on the floor after a heart attack or stroke goaded her up and out of bed.

She snagged her robe off the chair and rushed out of her bedroom. A light shone at the opposite end of the hall that ran nearly the entire length of the house. In the past year, Vince had been having more trouble sleeping and often stayed in his study, working or watching television into the early hours of the morning.

The door to the room stood open, but she didn’t see him at first when she rushed in. Papers lay scattered across the floor, drawers hung open from the desk, and one sat on its side on the floor as well.


“Over here. I--” His voice wavered and broke.

She spotted him on the far side of the room from the door. He was on his feet and two men flanked him. Hoods concealed their features, and they both wore dark, nondescript clothes. Each held a gun, one pointed at Vince’s head, the other turned in her direction.

Sarah froze. Her breath stuck in her throat, and her stomach clenched into a tight knot. “What--? What’s going on? Vince?”

His normally florid complexion had a gray cast, and his shoulders slumped. “I’m sorry, my dear. These gentlemen have--”

“Shut up,” one of the two ordered.

She didn’t realize there was a third man in the room until he stood beside her. Sarah backed away, but he grabbed her arm and held her in place. He squeezed the arm so tightly it hurt when she tried to wrench it away.

 Buy links:

All Romance eBooks: https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-thedetective039sdilemma-1652593-152.html

Sounds like an intriguing read! I certainly hope you've enjoyed this spotlight. Check back weekly for more Tuesday Treasures, Thursday Thoughts and Saturday Spotlights...Oh and watch for those Rocking Romances!

Until later...take care and God Bless!

Thursday, January 15, 2015

#ThursdayThoughts: Guest Post by Leslie Gould

Hello Again!

If you are a regular follower, I Thank You and Welcome You Back! If you are a new visitor, I pray you are blessed by being here.

Today I am pleased to have Leslie Gould drop by and share some thoughts on love and how her new novel came about....

Becoming Bea, my latest release, is a retelling of Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare. Beatrice and Benedick, one of the couples in the play, are two of my all-time favorite characters in all of literature. Their witty banter is hilarious, and I hold three lines spoken by Benedick, after his relationship with Beatrice has been resolved, very dear.

The first one is, “Thou and I are too wise to woo peaceably.” I’ve been married for thirty-one years to my soul mate and best friend so you’d think we’d be way beyond the wooing stage—but that’s not true. We’re also not beyond the arguing and bantering stage. We value truth and sometimes it takes some back and forth to get to what’s bothering us or the truth about a problem we’re working through. Often times a false peace comes from pretending, and that’s not peace at all. I’d much rather be wise and get to the heart of a matter than pretend.

The second quote I really like is “For which of my bad parts didst thou first fall in love with me?” After three decades of being together, my husband and I certainly know each other’s bad parts. And yet, after three decades, those bad parts make us who we are, along with the good. I’m so thankful my husband loves my bad parts too!

This last quote by Benedick makes my heart do a little back flip: “I do love nothing in the world so well as you- is not that strange?” Aside from my Creator, there isn’t anything I love as much as my husband (and I love my children beyond reason!). My husband is my partner in this world, and he’s made sacrifice after sacrifice for me; our children; and our country, as a member of the Army reserve. He’s the one I love to travel with, love to explore with, and love to spend time with. There’s no else I love as well as him.

My characters, Bea and Ben, in Becoming Bea go through heart-stopping moments to get to a place of—oops, I don’t want to give anything away! But I can say, it was so fun for me to pour all of my years of admiration of Shakespeare’s characters into my own, along with what I’ve learned through all these years of being married to my husband. 

Leslie Gould is the bestselling author of nineteen novels, including the #1 bestseller and 2012 Christy Award winner The Amish Midwife, co-written with Mindy Starns Clark. Leslie’s novel Beyond the Blue was the winner of the Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award for Best Inspirational Novel in 2006, and Courting Cate (inspired by The Taming of the Shrew) was a best-seller and a finalist in the FHL Inspirational Reader’s Choice Awards for 2013.

Leslie received her master of fine arts in creative writing from Portland State University and has taught fiction as an adjunct professor at Multnomah University. She was the first-ever recipient of the Oregon Christian Writers’ Trailblazer Award (2013) for her writing achievements and for her encouragement and support of other writers. She lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband, Peter, and four children. Visit her at www.lesliegould.com.


Becoming Bea can be purchased at Amazon in Paperback, Large Print, and for Kindle and in Audio!

Isn't it wonderful how Leslie found inspiration for this story in Shakespeare and in her own life!

Well Friends, hope you enjoyed this guest post. Check back weekly for more Thursday Thoughts, Saturday Spotlight and Tuesday Treasures!


Tuesday, January 13, 2015

#TuesdayTreasure: NYC in Dec!

Good Morning Friends,

It's been a few weeks since I shared something I treasure with you. With the holidays and deaths in our family the end of Oct -thru- early Nov, it was a welcomed relief to share my guests' posts.

In the weeks to come, I'll be sharing some Rocking Romance books by some of my author friends, then after, the Egg-cerpt Exchange as well as guests on Tuesday Treasure and Thursday Thoughts. Then, of course we'll have our regular Saturday Spotlight where you'll meet great authors and learn about their books.

But today, I want to share a few memories I treasure from my trip to New York City!

That's right, this little Cajun girl who doesn't like winter, went to the Big Apple....in December no less! My son treated me to the trip and we had a blast.

So without further ado, here are a few pics.....

On descent into NYC LaGuardia Airport.....

My son (TJ) and I standing in front of the Christmas tree at Crown Plaza hotel.

 at theater waiting for Rocketts show 

                                                                  backstage after the Rocketts show

These four at Rockefeller Center...A huge line up of Angels, gigantic string of lights, 85' Christmas tree and larger than life Christmas band statues.                                     
These enormous Christmas ornaments were displayed somewhere within the Time Square/Rockerfeller vicinity. Don't remember exactly where but everything was within walking distance! 

                                                           The billboards in Time Square are amazing!

A trip to NYC just isn't complete without visiting the 9-11 memorial site and seeing the new tower....

My most FAVORITE part of the entire trip was when we went to see the Broadway play WICKED!

Although we had a quick turn-around trip (Dec 21-23) these are photos and memories my son and I will treasure for the rest of our lives.

Well Friends, I hope you enjoyed visiting the Big Apple with me! I pray your 2015 has been blessed so far and will continue to be that way.

Stay tuned this week for Thursday Thoughts with Leslie Gould and Saturday Spotlight on Karen McCullough.

Until later...take care, God Bless and remember: Life isn't made up of days, months and years, but moments and memories of love, joy, and happiness

Something to think about!
"Inspirational with an Edge!