Ghosts with Mozzarella Please, by Mae Clair

Those of you who have been following my blog for a while, know that the kitchen and I have a love/hate relationship. I tend to think it should be decorative rather than functional. Lately, however, I have been trying to expand my horizons and occasionally venture into the realm of–*gasp!*–cooking. My husband looks on these ventures with a mixture of trepidation and….well, mostly, trepidation.

In my defense, I have been know to produce things that are edible. And then there is my infamous Tortellini Salad Recipe, something you might want to look into when you’re in a bind for a covered dish—uh, sort of.

Today, I’m visiting Jennifer Lowery’s Romance Recipes blog and sharing a recipe for “Ghostly Pizza,” while giving a brief glimpse of my newest release, MYTH AND MAGIC, a Halloween-themed romantic suspense/mystery novel. Why not hop over and see what it’s all about?

If I can make that pizza, ANYONE can. The tortellini salad proves it! 🙂

You can also find me at Romance Lives Forever. I had a little bit of a gaffe earlier when my post didn’t show up on the day I thought I was scheduled (doh!), but we got things straightened out. I’m sharing some insights about Myth so hop over if you can.

And finally, I’m also at Gothic Moms, my tour stop today for my Pump Up Your Book blog tour.

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I Remember the Mystery Machine by Mae Clair

In the world of blogging you make a lot of great friends. I am truly thankful for all of them and the support they have shown me. Today, I am super excited to be a guest on the blog of my friend, Daisy Banks. Daisy is a gal who makes her home across the pond in the U.K.  She lives in a converted Chapel in Shropshire, England (how ridiculously cool is that?) and has a gorgeous garden. At least I’m convinced she does, because she blogs about flower folklore—among other things. Daisy writes in a multiple of genres including fantasy romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, and sc-fi.

A picture of the Mystery Machine (from Scooby-Doo) from a car showI invite you to pop over to her blog today where I’m sharing a post about—would you believe, Scooby-Doo and the uber-cool Mystery Machine? I hope you’ll drop in to see what it’s all about! 

In addition, I’m also at C. A. Milson’s blog as part of my Pump Up Your Book blog tour, put together by Lyrical Press. I’m doing a Q&A interview there. It’s a good thing I don’t mind an occasionally hectic pace 🙂

Happy Hump Day!