Double Review: The Moonlight Bay series by Hope Ramsay — Novelgossip

Goodreads|Amazon Publisher: Forever Romance Genre: Contemporary Romance Blurb: (Book 1, The Cottage on Rose Lane) Jenna Fossey’s life is about to change. An unexpected inheritance and the chance to meet relatives she never knew existed has her heading to the charming little town of Magnolia Harbor. But as soon as she arrives, long-buried family secrets […]

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Word of the Day Challenge

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Today’s Word of the Day is Tear.

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Thursday photo prompt: Within #writephoto

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Welcome to this week’s writephoto prompt.

If you know where it was taken, please keep it to yourself to let imaginations play. 🙂

Use the image below as inspiration to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… light or dark, whatever you choose, by noon (GMT)  Wednesday 14th August and link back to this post with a pingback to be included in the round-up.  There is no word limit and no style requirements, except to keep it fairly family friendly.

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For visually challenged writers, theimage shows a summer landscape of rocky hills, seen…

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Kitchen Cabinets a Hundred Years Ago

A Hundred Years Ago

enambled metal kitchen cabinet Source: Lippincott’s Home Manuals: Housewifery by Lydia Ray Balderston (1919)

Today built-in kitchen cabinets are the norm. A hundred years ago “modern” kitchen cabinets were moveable.

diagram of kitchen cabinet Source: Lippincott’s Home Manuals: Housewifery (1919)

Here are some excerpts from the description of kitchen cabinets in a 1919 book:

Kitchen cabinets are combined tables and closets which have been constructed as the outcome of efficiency methods. They represent grouping about the working center the supplies and tools that belong to the work of that center.

Such cabinets may be purchased today in wood or in metal which has an enamel painted or enameled. The wood cabinets were the first on the market, and represent the same points in capacity and convenience that the metal ones do, but the question of cleanliness rather turned the attention to the metal ones. The metal cabinets are more noisy than the wooden ones, but are more likely…

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Your Daily Word Prompt – Memorialize – August 8, 2019

Your Daily Word Prompt

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Daily Prompts – Words and Images

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Today’s Word:           Memorialize

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