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Writer Wednesday – Jeanette Raleigh

March 12, 2014

Let’s welcome author Jeanette Raleigh to Writer Wednesday on the blog!! Jeanette has recently expanded her novella, Moon Struck, into a longer novel. You can currently download the 1st book in the When Were & How! series for free via Smashwords or $0.99 via Amazon. If you do take a moment to read – the story looks like A LOT of fun – please leave the author an honest review at at your point of purchase.

Made by Jeanette Raleigh

This particular recipe reminds me of my high school English teacher. Even though he was known for being a tough grader, I loved his class.  I sat at the front and paid very close attention. Even back then I wanted to be a writer. Every month or so our class would all decide to bring goodies on the same day for an impromptu party (without telling the teacher). He would go along with it, letting us have our treats before getting down to business.  He LOVED my mom’s brownies.  Thanks Mr. Miller – Jeanette

Yummy Rich Brownies

½ cup butter

1 cup sugar

1 tsp real vanilla

2 eggs

Qty 2 –  1 oz unsweetened chocolate – melted

½ cup flour

½ cup chopped walnuts

Cream first three ingredients. Beat in eggs. Add chocolate. Stir in flour & nuts.

Grease a 8” x 8” x 2” pan.  Bake at 325 degrees for 30-35 minutes. Let cool.

Best if served with ice cream or whipped cream.

You know, I’m still sick and I in no way NEED brownies but I WANT brownies now! I’m so susceptible to these  writer wednesday posts!! – Meg

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Moon Struck

Moon Stuck amazon cover

Synopsis: When Jen falls in love with her boss, she doesn’t think she has a chance. After all, she is only a little weremouse.  With a broken heart after Rob’s moon tryst spends a night at the office, Jen finds a magical way to become a wolf. But walking in someone else’s fur isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, as Jen learns in Moon Struck.

AMAZON – SMASHWORDS

Author Jeanette Raleigh

Jeanette Raleigh is an artist and author who has spent most of her life at some creative pursuit. Whether painting a castle or writing a novel, Jeanette enjoys the playful aspects of creation and strives to create worlds where others feel at home.

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