There’s a reason we don’t put tinsel on the tree. Never mind the fact that cats love shiny things, they also love to chew on just about anything. And besides the bling you can get for their upturned tail (yes, you heard that right), there’s the issue of it coming out the other end over time. Have you ever seen a cat “Scoot” across a rug?
There are a lot of things that happen in the morning of Christmas day. One is the wife usually wakes up before me. Guess it’s one day I like to sleep in. Such a busy life us writers lead.
The morning will see me making one of my all time favorite morning meals – bacon pie. It turns out great and starts the day off with a good kick of protein and carbs. You’ll be fueled for the day!
Takes a pack of bacon (pending pan size), potatoes, onions, garlic, and cheese. Lay the bacon in the pan from the centre out, layer potatoes, onions, garlic, and cheese to your liking (the thicker the longer it needs to cook – suggestion is three layers of potatoes at most). Season throughout the pie to your taste. I’m always heavy on the pepper and peri peri powder. Fold the bacon over the top so the whole thing is sealed nicely. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Cook for ten minutes after a toothpick passes through easily, that ensures the potatoes are fully done. Drain the grease, cut, and serve.
Rewrites and Edits
The end of this month I’ll start rewrites and edits on Broken World II – Family. This work finishes the two book saga, but does it finish the series? That is a question everyone will need to ask themselves.
If you haven’t picked up Broken World I – The Hordes yet, now is the time to do so. Or you can wait until the end of next month and hope you’re lucky. One special person subscribed to my newsletter (or who follows the steps to enter this give-away) will receive a signed print edition of the The Hordes as a thank you (some conditions apply – see rules for more information ).
This character driven Zombie Apoptotic adventure is something people will love to read who follow such work. It is believable (yes, gas has a shelf life) and, at times, funny. The work represents what happens in Canada when the world falls apart. And yes, we have gun laws!
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