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The daily word prompt is Orange
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Genre: Historical Fiction
Word Count: 100
Arthur mopped his forehead with his sleeve while holding his bicycle’s handlebar with his opposite hand. He tried to keep up with his buddy who had been blessed with longer legs.
“Wait up, Bill!”
The other boy grinned over his shoulder. “Pedal faster, slowpoke. The fish ain’t gonna wait all day, ya know.”
Once they reached the river, the boys laid their poles beside their bicycles and raced…
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Today’s team review is from Teri, she blogs at http://teripolen.com/
Teri has been reading The Old Man At The End Of The World: Bite 1 by A.K. Silversmith
This was such an entertaining read! Gerald is in no way prepared for the zombie apocalypse, and is even oblivious to the fact that it’s happening around him as he works in his garden. The banter between Gerald and his neighbor, Ham, had me laughing out loud more than once as they beat the odds and fumbled their way through several precarious situations.
Being American, I missed some of the British references, but didn’t feel it detracted from this well-written novella. This is a humorous take on the ‘zompocalypse’ that isn’t filled with doom, gloom, gore, and body parts (well, not many). I’ll definitely be looking forward to the second bite.
I received a copy of this book through Rosie’s Book…
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Chicken and Cashew Mussamam Curry
I am constantly searching for interesting go-to Friday night dinners. You know, something quick and easy to put together, but yet more titillating than what we have been eating for the rest of the week. Here is an amazing recipe that is quickly becoming one of our Friday night staples. This is one of our favourite dishes to order in our local Thai restaurant, but I have found that it is even better when made at home! You could make it with beef or chicken. Add your favourite sautéed greens; serve over basmati rice, and you have an extraordinarily complex, uber-flavourful meal that you would be proud to share with friends! I found the recipe in Donna Hay Magazine, Issue #86, and have been tweaking it here and there.
I will be sharing this recipe with everyone over at Angie’s Fiesta Friday this week.
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