#Bobbi Romans Reads (& a Tasty Tidbit)

Well, lots been happening since I last posted. Had our writing retreat from March 2 through the 5th at beautiful Lake Mystic in Bristol Florida alongside authors Bren Christopher, Jillian Chantal, Mari Carter, Carolyn Hector and Joan Wylder. Lots of words to paper. Yay!

Then returned and am continuing work on my latest WIP while also collaborating on a summer anthology, which promises to be SUPER steamy!

Adding to the fun, is the “SOON COMING” Bobbi Romans Reads!

What the heck is that?

Me attempting to stay BEHIND the camera as I read An American Holiday via FB Live. (So if you aren’t following me yet, now’s the time.) If things go good, you’ll hear a great story. If things go bad, well, you’ll have at least one afternoon of laughter.

Bobbi Romans Page

Bobbi Romans Profile Page

In fact I’m trying to get a good feel (with everyone’s input) which Bobbi Romans FB page to do this from? It will be a chapter or so at a time, maybe even 3-4 depending how well that 1st attempt goes.

Shows? Right now my Hulu addiction is Black Sails. Yowza… Love it.

As soon as Frankie and Grace come back, I’ll be watching that one too. Need to get caught up one day when there is time with my Walking Dead and Vikings which I’m seasons behind on as of now.

Today’s project? Give hubby the best birthday dinner ever. His actual birthday was yesterday but to aid with everyone being here, we are holding the event today. Menu? Surf & Turf! Steaks, Crab Legs, Baked Potatoes, Corn on the Cob, Jalapeno Cheesy Bread and Pineapple Upside down Cake for dessert. I’m spring cleaning the Gazebo and stringing lights to have dinner outside while the Florida weather is nice. Not too cold, not too hot, just right!

Before I go, I’ll share a “Tasty Tidbit.” Give a quick, cheap twist to an old favorite, Chicken and Rice. Simply add, one can of Crushed Pineapple and a few dashes of Moroccan Seasoning to create a unique twist to this old comfort food.

Hope everyone has an awesome weekend!

🙂

Bobbi

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