Tie it Together

String. Next week cooks will search the catch-all drawer for string to tie the turkey legs in close.

Years ago every package sent in the mail (at least from our house) was tied with a good, strong string.

And every farmer carried a few lengths of twine in his overalls — just in case he came across something that needed to tied together, repaired, and closed.

Invisible things can act like string — tie a group of things together into a tidy little bundle. For all the romance readers frequenting this blog we have a bundle of books. Ten romances, each with a multicultural twist to a hero or heroine, are available. Think of it as a sample plate. A taste of exotic. Try it — you might like it.


Available at: amzn.to/1lj9hlT     and other ebook retailers.



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