Half Sour Pickles — Fox Valley Foodie

Craft the classic crunch of your favorite deli pickles right in your own home. Making your own half sour pickles is easy and requires minimal ingredients. We are going old school, ladies and gentlemen! No vinegar, no canning, no cooking. We are fermenting half sour pickles like its 1899. Don’t let the word “fermenting” scare you.… […]

Tale Weaver #182 – Strange Things in My Neighbourhood – August 2nd.

Originally posted on Mindlovemisery's Menagerie:
Image: Starfish fungus © morpethroad. This week I am asking you to weave a tale about something strange/odd in your neighbourhood. This could refer to your immediate location, your backyard, your street, your town. The image above is of a starfish fungus I discovered in my garden. At first…

Readers Crave Stories with a Twist: Tips for Writing Great Plot Twists – by C.S.Lakin… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

on Author, Kirsten Lamb site: Intro by Kirsten: When it comes to stories, everyone LOVES a good twist. Whether this is in a movie, short story, or a novel audiences LOVE to be fooled. Twists and misdirection can not only cultivate passionate fans, but they’re crucial elements that keep any story from the dreaded label…”formulaic.” […] […]

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