When not curled up with a good book, Marie Bostwick can usually be found in her office, trying to write one.
A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of eighteen uplifting works of historical and contemporary fiction, Marie’s books are beloved by readers across the globe.
Drawing on her lifelong love of quilting and her unshakable belief in the power of sisterhood, Marie’s popular ...
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I spent some of the week doing what a lot of other people do right after Thanksgiving; looking for easy recipes to use up leftover turkey.
For course, a good turkey recipe doesn't have to be complicated. A good old turkey sandwich with white bread, mayonnaise, and cranberry sauce is always a ...
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With Thanksgiving just ending and Christmas quickly approaching, it probably makes sense that I’ve been thinking about appreciation.
Appreciation is a close cousin to gratitude or thankfulness but not quite the same thing. Appreciation is the recognition of goodness in someone or something. ...
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Is it just me or is anyone else feeling slightly panicked, realizing how limited the time is between Thanksgiving and Christmas? My holiday to-do list is longer than Santa’s beard!
I need to get a tree, start decorating the house, bake about two zillion cookies, and begin planning out menus for ...
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As summer turns to fall and winter looms on the horizon, my taste buds always undergo a transformation. Sometimes, this transformation can spell bad news for my health and waistline.
You know what I’m talking about, don’t you?
During summer’s heat I am happy to feast on bright, refreshing salads ...
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The world is full of brilliant people.
Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Sir Issac Newton, Wendell Berry, Edith Wharton, and Stephen Sondheim are a small sampling of the famous names I feel should be included on any list of brilliant individuals.
But what about the not-so-famous brilliant people? ...
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“How do you do all the things you do? Don’t you ever sleep?”
People ask me this a lot. Usually, the question is delivered in a teasing tone but sometimes they seem entirely serious. While I have long wished I could get by on less (imagine how many more quilts I could stitch or books I could write ...
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