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Cherishing the Small Moments

by on August 29, 2016

Cherishing the Small Moments When Sabrina was four months old, she had a well-visit that could only be scheduled during my working hours. I had returned to work at the Merchant & Gould, the patent ... more


Do the ingredients to make an Ancient Egyptian style Mummy lurk in the depths of your pantry?

by on August 28, 2016

Your pantry probably contains the same substances used by Ancient Egyptians to make mummies! I’m not suggesting you try this at home, but the main substance used to pack the cleaned organs and body ... more


Nice to meet you!

by on August 26, 2016

Hi, my name is Carol J Donahue, I make my home in So Florida with my husband John who is retired from a successful career as a Jockey. I have worn many hats in my life; Waitress, Hostess, Caterer, ... more


Cold Coffee Press Endorses The Annie Tillery Mystery Series by Linda Maria Frank

by on August 22, 2016

Good news for all Annie Tillery Mystery Followers. The Mystery Of The Lost Avenger (book 4) is finally here. This book educates young minds using this fictional mystery that involves NCIS investigatin ... more


Cold Coffee Press Endorses Fires Of Hell: The Alchemystic (Book One) by Maureen L. Mills

by on August 19, 2016

Author Maureen L Mills brings to the table her first book in the Alchemystic series. The book opens when Amelia Everley discovers that her captain has been murdered. Descriptive writing balanced wi ... more


Guys, Dresses and White Male Privilege

by on August 13, 2016

Guys. Dresses. Why Not Share the Experience? Netflix is a magic window into the past, the present, and maybe, the future. My most recent binge was Quantum Leap, a show from the 90s with Scott Bakul ... more


A Flash in the Pan

by on August 11, 2016

“Flash Fiction” is a short—sometimes really short—form of storytelling. The number of words required in flash fiction differs from writer to writer, editor to editor, contest to contest, but s ... more


Why Kid’s Books Matter

by on August 09, 2016

Of all the books people read, it’s children’s books that will leave the most lasting impression. This longevity can be attributed to the pleasant associations children have of sitting on their par ... more


This ‘Ain’t’ No Mary Poppins World

by on August 09, 2016

Film Noir: Film Noir (Dark or Black Film) is a term coined by French film critics describing the American pulp fiction crime melodramas of the 1940s and 50s. It’s a cinematic style and genre that re ... more


Reader-Powered Publishing

by on July 25, 2016

Will DRIVEN BY DEATH get published by Kindle Press? And what is this Kindle Scout business? I’m sure many of you have seen Amazon’s new venture, inviting authors to present their new, never- ... more



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