Saturday News and a Recipe


If you’ve noticed that some posts have vanished, you’re right…they did! I created a maelstrom on my blog when I did some updates last week. What a mess! I finally was able to get back into the site, but it had to be restored back to July. So, I lost all of August’s blog posts.

This author will stick to what I do best: Write! I’ll leave the techie stuff to others…

Now for the fantastic news: My first book, Dragon Knight’s Sword is now part of the Kindle Unlimited Program on Amazon. Kindle Unlimited is a subscription that allows you to access a large selection of Kindle books. This is a fabulous opportunity for me to reach a larger audience. Also, the digital copy is now only $2.99! A fabulous deal! If you’re one who still prefers a print copy in your hands, no worries. The book is available in print from Amazon and my publisher, The Wild Rose Press.

Here is the link: Amazon:

I thought I would re-post my recipe from last Friday, since it vanished.


1 chicken (4 pounds)

1 apple, peeled, cored, and quartered

1 large yellow onion

Dash of cloves and cinnamon

4 tablespoons butter, melted

4 tablespoons honey

Salt and pepper

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Season the chicken inside and out with salt and pepper. Toss the apple and onion with the cloves and cinnamon. Fill the cavity of chicken and tie shut. Brush the chicken with melted butter and place it in a roasting pan. Brush 2 tablespoons of honey on top. Cook for about 1 ½ hours, basting frequently. Halfway through the cooking, brush on the remaining honey.

Slainte mhath!

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  1. sounds very tasty,mmmmmmmmmmm

  2. Cyndy

    Loosing information on the net I want to scream hard copy lol. We are the last hospital in the Sutter family to go to electronic records, they are busy coping all the records so they can destroy the hard copies, oh wonderful hipaa, rights to medical privacy. So what is going to happen if there is some hugh crash and all your health care information is lost. Now lets take it a step further with the amount of books being read on line and listened to on line what is going to happen 100 years from now, will we have classic books in national libraries or will there be nothing but some words printed on a screen. Let us never let hard copies with beautiful covers come and go. Sorry to rant on love you have a great week end

    • Totally agree, Cyndy. I remember working for a bank many moons ago and when the computer went down (which was several times a week), we pulled out the rolling carts with all the accounts on spreadsheets–easy peasy.

      Hope you have a wonderful weekend. 🙂

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