Oh She Glows Every Day Recipe Review: High Rise Pumpkin Cupcakes and Spiced Buttercream #baking #writing

I know what you're thinking: "Anita, that isn't a picture of cupcakes. You do know what cupcakes are, don't you?" Allow me to explain... I baked this cake for my lovely sister's birthday which we celebrated a couple of weekends ago. The recipe hails from my latest culinary obsession, Oh She Glows Every Day, the newest cook... Continue Reading →

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Where’d You Go, Anita? #writing

Hi there! Wowzers, this is embarrassing... So, I took a blog hiatus that was suppose to last for the summer. I was crown-deep in revisions and far down the creative well and just plain busy. (Who isn't? I know.) Well, summer very quickly slipped into fall and fall into winter and now it's 2017?!!! It... Continue Reading →

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