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Friday October 26th – Tuesday October 30th
What Evil Lurks Behind These Words
Elemental Magic—A sunken ship holds a magical secret many would kill for.
Souled—Would you sacrifice everything you love for power and control?
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Let the wicked come out and play…
And some pumpkin fun, including a Cetus pumpkin, the sea dragon from Elemental Magic!
Be sure to stop by Tameri Etherton’s and Alina Sayre’s blogs today for a fun author chat with me about my new release, Earth Tones.
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With the holiday season fast approaching, people are breaking out the crafts. First up are Halloween decorations. We used to carve pumpkins when I was growing up. Simple at first, but then I fell in love with the various patterns you could buy at Michaels. Carving cats was much more fun than triangle noses and mouths. My least favorite part, however, was scooping out the pumpkin innards. Blegh.
My solution now is not to carve at all. But my mom still wanted some pumpkins for decorations, so last year she bought them anyway–and gave me the job of decorating them. Not to worry. If I didn’t want to use a knife, I could use a Sharpie.
You can do this at home too if you don’t like the mess of carving the pumpkins (and the even worse mess of throwing them out after they’ve molded). And you can still use the patterns from the carving book. Simply use the Sharpie to color in the areas you would normally cut out.
Last year's pumpkins
For some other Halloween crafting tips, see Debra Kristi’s post on making a budget friendly “Wicked Wreath of Delight” and Tameri Etherton’s “Getting Crafty With It!“