Friday Fare: 2/21/20

I’m hoping that this Friday finds you well!  I’m taking a bit of a mom vacation overnight.  Up to a 1990s dance party with my BFF from high school (she’s already assured me that her other mom friends are going to adore me) and then coffee with a fellow writer on Saturday.

I got to have a fun adventure earlier this week … some writer friends and I went to our local “micro-cinema” and watched a vintage Mary Pickford silent film.  This was my first time watching a silent film and I sincerely hope it isn’t my last.  It takes a different level of concentration to read the body language as the actors tell a story … it was so fun. And PS – Happy book birthday to Meg Hafdahl (center in picture below) and Kelly Florence for The Science of Women in Horror!

So proud to see my friend Jessica Laine featured in Bolo Books!

I finally found a cornbread recipe that’s a “go-to.” Here’s another recipe that I’ve made a few times in the past that’s also a good “reminiscent of spring” recipe.


Listening: I had lunch with a dear friend the other day and happened to cruise past a country music station that was playing “the classics.”  Usually when you say “classic”, my mind goes to the holy trinity known as Waylon, Willie, and Johnny, but they were playing 1990s country music which is its own sweet vintage.  I wasn’t sad to rediscover this wonderful voice:

Reading: I am still going strong with Chloe Neill and her Chicagoland Vampires. So good.

Writing Life: I’ve used this GIF before, but it’s still accurate:


What is Friday Fare? As a recap, on Fridays I post link love to the various bits of arcane shiz I discover on the Interwebs.  I liken it to a glimpse into my mind, but without the 80s song lyrics or mental cobwebs.

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