I think I’m a cat whisperer. Our neighborhood has a large number of cats that prowl about, and for some reason, they love our yard. Most are fairly skittish and won’t come near us if we are outside, but there are two in particular who not only are not afraid […]
Author: Tina Radcliffe
“These are like steak brownies!”
It is the strangest compliment I’ve ever gotten on my baking, but in some ways, one of the nicest.
My eyes grew big at the beautiful antiques my friend had inherited from her family. My “heirlooms” are mostly handcrafted knickknacks and a handful of old jewelry. I have a ceramic lady about 8 inches tall that my great-great grandmother made in the very early 1900s, a vase my aunt […]
I have worked in a male-dominated industry for the past couple of decades. It has always been a little obvious at the office but attending conferences made it abundantly clear that I was in the minority. I can remember one where there were a few thousand attendees, and I could […]
I have found that some anthologies have one great author and a bunch of authors who do not write as well. Which means slogging through the okay stories or skipping after a chapter or two to get to the ones that are really worth reading. Cowboys of Summer is not that […]