Iny’s Prune Cake with Buttermilk Icing


I love-making things from The Pioneer Woman Cooks cookbook.  They are always just so much fun to whip up.  When I cook southern food it makes me want to start talkin’ with an accent and say stuff like, “Hun would ya pass me some of them biscuits?” Haha.  I saw the picture for this recipe in the book and saw that it was cake and my mouth started to water.  But then I looked at what the recipe has in it. PRUNES!!!!! Do you know what Prunes are?  They are dehydrated plums!  Now why would anyone do that to a poor poor pitiful plum? Tell me!!!  I love eating plums, they are just sooooooooo good.  And when you get to the pit and try to take off all of the fruit from it it starts to taste a bit sour.  Its making my mouth water right now just thinking about it.  Mmmmhmmm.  If you haven’t eaten enough plums to know what it does to you, I advise you not to.    I had to boil the prunes until they were able to be mashed, which seemed to take forever, or maybe I was just bored, who knows 😛  Once those were finished I started on the cake batter.  I got to use allspice in this batter, which makes it smell like Christmas time.  I love allspice, it just smells so beautiful.  I put the mashed up prunes into the batter and stirred it all together and it did not look pretty let me tell ya.  It was a yellowish batter that had bits of prune throughout it, BLECK! I threw that into the oven for about 45 minutes.  This is the good part.  The icing was to die for.  It was like making carmel and it was heavenly smelling and tasting.  It kept poofing up but she said to let it do that so I did.  Before it got hard I poured it over the already done cake.  It was glorious tasting.  I wish I had licked the pot that I made it in before it got hard on me.  I did lick the spoon though and that was pure bliss.  I thought this cake would taste terrible, but it was actually really good.  I did not like finding big pieces of prune in it though.  My family seemed to really enjoy it so I think it’s a winner.

I hope you enjoyed reading  this.

Tess

The Ale Boy’s Feast by Jeffrey Overstreet


I lovvvvvvvvvvvved this book.  At first it was hard to get into because I had no idea what had happened or where they were or who the “they” were.  But after a while I got things figured out, which was great.    The Seers were a bit scary, but they needed to be in there.  I loved how wild and incredible Overstreet’s imagination was.  He created creatures and monsters, names, places and one fantastic story.  I would read this book again definitely.  Kudos to Jeffrey Overstreet for doing such a marvelous job.  I loved this book.

 

 In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.

 

If you would like to buy the

a href=”http://ofbattlesdragonsandswordsofadamant.blogspot.com/”&gt; Gillian Adams</a>
<a href=”https://tessbissell.wordpress.com/”&gt; Red Bissell</a>
<a href=”http://www.splashdownreviews.blogspot.com”&gt; Grace Bridges</a>
<a href=”http://rbclibrary.wordpress.com/”&gt; Beckie Burnham</a>
<a href=”http://morganlbusse.wordpress.com”&gt; Morgan L. Busse</a>
<a href=”http://valeriecomer.com/”&gt; Valerie Comer</a>
<a href=”http://csffblogtour.com/“> CSFF Blog Tour</a>
<a href=”http://sjdeal.blogspot.com”&gt; Shane Deal</a>
<a href=”http://thescatteredstones.blogspot.com/”&gt; Chris Deane</a>
<a href=”http://in–and–out.blogspot.com/”> Cynthia Dyer</a>
<a href=”http://www.povbootcamp.com”&gt; Andrea Graham</a>
<a href=”http://cloakanddaggerfiction.blogspot.com”&gt; Katie Hart</a>
<a href=”http://realmofhearts.blogspot.com/”&gt; Ryan Heart</a>
<a href=”http://www.613media.com/“> Bruce Hennigan</a>
<a href=”http://www.spoiledfortheordinary.blogspot.com/”&gt; Jason Joyner</a>
<a href=”http://carolkeen.blogspot.com/”&gt; Carol Keen</a>
<a href=”http://www.momofkings.com”&gt; Dawn King</a>
<a href=”http://inaekyo.blogspot.com/”&gt; Inae Kyo</a>
<a href=”http://www.shannonmcdermott.com/?page_id=189″&gt; Shannon McDermott</a>
<a href=”http://shenandoahdawn.blogspot.com/”&gt; Shannon McNear</a>
<a href=”http://www.disturbingreviews.blogspot.com”&gt; Karen McSpadden</a>
<a href=”http://rebeccaluellamiller.wordpress.com/“> Rebecca LuElla Miller</a>
<a href=”http://www.questwriter.blogspot.com/”&gt; Eve Nielsen</a>
<a href=”http://www.leastread.blogspot.com/”&gt; John W. Otte</a>
<a href=”http://www.sarahsawyer.com/blog”&gt; Sarah Sawyer</a>
<a href=”http://reviewsfromtheheart.blogspot.com/”&gt; Kathleen Smith</a>
<a href=”http://www.mindsinger.com/”&gt; Donna Swanson</a>
<a href=”http://www.rachelstarrthomson.com/inklings/”&gt; Rachel Starr Thomson</a>
<a href=”http://www.epictales.org/blog/robertblog.php”&gt; Robert Treskillard</a>
<a href=”http://christiansf.blogspot.com/”&gt; Steve Trower</a>
<a href=”http://frederation.wordpress.com”&gt; Fred Warren</a>
<a href=”http://www.fantasyandfaith.com”&gt; Dona Watson</a>
<a href=”http://christian-fantasy-book-reviews.com/blog/”&gt; Phyllis Wheeler</a>

The Strange Man by Greg Mitchell


At the beginning of this book Eldon Granger was talking to a group of young kids, basically telling them ghost stories so they would mind their parents.  He mentions the boogey man, and none of the kids want to believe him because they are just fairy tales………..or so they think.  After he finishes they run off and he goes back to his cabin.  He hears his dog Cougar yelping for him and he runs into the woods with his gun.  Green mist slowly tries to  over take him and he calls for help, but no one is there to hear him.  Then there is Dras, a 22 year old guy who acts like a kid more than a mature adult.  He is the black sheep of the family, a mess up you could say.  His older brother Jeff is a preacher and Dras knows he won’t ever be like him so he rebels as much as he can.  Then one night his ex-girlfriend Lindsey is missing.  That was the same night that the Strange Man appeared at the Rave Scene.  Lindsey was at the Rave Scene and saw the Strange Man for who he really was.  So the Strange Man went after Lindsey and takes her life.  That’s when everything changed in that little town.  The Strange Man wants Dras’ best friend but Dras won’t let her have her and that makes him mad.  He threatens Dras but Dras doesn’t listen, so the Strange Man comes after Dras with his demons.  Dras is accused of having killed someone and the police are on the look out for him.  By then the town is so crazy that when the police finally find Dras they just beat him to a pulp.  But Dras knows that he did what was right, He warned his best friend of the that she needed the Lord. Now the choice was up to her.    I really enjoyed this book.

 In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.

 

<a href=”http://noahsreads.blogspot.com/”&gt; Noah Arsenault</a>
<a href=”https://tessbissell.wordpress.com/”&gt; Red Bissell</a>
<a href=”http://hobbiton-hill.blogspot.com”&gt; Kathy Brasby</a>
<a href=”http://www.splashdownreviews.blogspot.com”&gt; Grace Bridges</a>
<a href=”http://rbclibrary.wordpress.com/”&gt; Beckie Burnham</a>
<a href=”
http://csffblogtour.com/“> CSFF Blog Tour</a>
<a href=”http://www.amberfrench.blogspot.com/”&gt; Amber French</a>
<a href=”http://going-greene.blogspot.com/”>Tori Greene</a>
<a href=”http://cloakanddaggerfiction.blogspot.com”&gt; Katie Hart</a>
<a href=”
http://www.613media.com/“> Bruce Hennigan</a>
<a href=”http://fantasythyme.blogspot.com”&gt; Timothy Hicks</a>
<a href=”http://www.spoiledfortheordinary.blogspot.com/”&gt; Jason Joyner</a>
<a href=”http://carolkeen.blogspot.com/”&gt; Carol Keen</a>
<a href=”http://inaekyo.blogspot.com/”&gt; Inae Kyo</a>
<a href=”http://southernfiberreads.com/”&gt; Emily LaVigne</a>
<a href=”http://www.shannonmcdermott.com/?page_id=189″&gt; Shannon McDermott</a>
<a href=”http://mikalatos.blogspot.com”&gt; Matt Mikalatos</a>
<a href=”
http://rebeccaluellamiller.wordpress.com/“> Rebecca LuElla Miller</a>
<a href=”http://gavinpatchett.blogspot.com/”&gt; Gavin Patchett</a>
<a href=”http://andrealschultz.blogspot.com/”&gt; Andrea Schultz</a>
<a href=”http://reviewsfromtheheart.blogspot.com/”&gt; Kathleen Smith</a>
<a href=”http://www.mindsinger.com/”&gt; Donna Swanson</a>
<a href=”http://jessicathomasink.com/blog/”&gt; Jessica Thomas</a>
<a href=”http://christiansf.blogspot.com/”&gt; Steve Trower</a>
<a href=”http://frederation.wordpress.com”&gt; Fred Warren</a>
<a href=”http://www.fantasyandfaith.com”&gt; Dona Watson</a>
<a href=”http://christian-fantasy-book-reviews.com/blog/”&gt; Phyllis Wheeler</a>


Chocolate Peppermint Sticks


I wanted to make something sweet this week and decided to look in one of my cookbooks that I usually don’t use.  I had made this recipe for best friend about a month ago and it did not turn out well.  It looked sort of alright, but not beautiful whatsoever. I started out by creaming together butter, sugar and flour and put that into a pan and patted it down into a crust like form. I threw it in the oven for ten minutes and it became goldenish looking.  It looks and tastes just like the crust for lemon bars.  Then I whisked powdered sugar, warm water and peppermint extract and made a paste like frosting.  I spread that on the crust until it reached the very end of the pan, then I proceeded to melt semi-sweet chocolate in a heat proof bowl in a pan of boiling water.  It took about five minutes to melt it all, but wowzers it tasted fantastic. I poured that on top of the paste like frosting and tried to wait while it cooled.   Like I said, I tried, but I couldn’t wait for more than three minutes because it looked way too good not to touch. I cut them up into little squared and immediately ate three……or ten, but whose counting? It was super easy to whip up and it took less than thirty minutes all together.  I can’t wait to try out a cake recipe in the book and tell you about it.

I hope you enjoyed reading this post.

T. Bissell

The Resurrection by Mike Duran


When I saw this book called The Resurrection, I thought, “Oh it’s about how Jesus resurrected.” I was wrong, again =)  I read the first page, it was a bit hard for me to get into because I didn’t know where Clark was living.  Was he in Ireland, New York, ASIA?!?!?!?  I didn’t know, but still I read on.  I had to know more about this book.  I think it was sad how Clark, a preacher, or “reverend” as Keen called him, was being a doubting Thomas.  He seemed like he was telling people how to live but wasn’t living like that himself.  It was sort of like, “Do as I say, not as I do,” type of thing. I think Clark was on the fence about some stuff, and to me he needed to get on one side or the other.  Ruby was a pretty cool character, she gave people something to believe in, and that was her, not God. I don’t think she intentionally did that, but that’s what happened.  It was a really neat book.

In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.

If you would like to buy the book, you can do so here

Or if you would like to visit the authors webiste, you can do so here

*Participants’ links
<a href=”http://noahsreads.blogspot.com/”&gt; Noah Arsenault</a>
<a href=”http://www.christiansciencefiction.blogspot.com”&gt; Brandon Barr</a>
<a href=”https://tessbissell.wordpress.com/”&gt; Red Bissell</a>
<a href=”http://reviewsbymolly.blogspot.com”&gt; Book Reviews By Molly</a>
<a href=”http://www.AdventuresInFiction.blogspot.com/”&gt; Keanan Brand</a>
<a href=”http://hobbiton-hill.blogspot.com”&gt; Kathy Brasby</a>
<a href=”http://www.splashdownreviews.blogspot.com”&gt; Grace Bridges</a>
<a href=”http://rbclibrary.wordpress.com/”&gt; Beckie Burnham</a>
<a href=”http://www.hiddenvalleysimplicity.com”&gt; Melissa Carswell</a>
<a href=”http://jeffchapmanwriter.blogspot.com/”&gt; Jeff Chapman</a>
<a href=”http://www.christianfictionbookreviews.com/”&gt; Christian Fiction Book Reviews</a>
<a href=”http://carolcollett.wordpress.com/”&gt; Carol Bruce Collett </a>
<a href=”http://valeriecomer.com/”&gt; Valerie Comer</a>
<a href=”http://www.kcreviews.blogspot.com”&gt; Karri Compton</a>
<a href=”http://campcostinak.wordpress.com/”&gt; Wanda Costinak</a>
<a href=”http://www.the160acrewoods.com/”&gt; Amy Cruson</a>
<a href=”http://csffblogtour.com/“> CSFF Blog Tour</a>
<a href=”http://janey-demeo.blogspot.com/”&gt; Janey DeMeo</a>
<a href=”http://in–and–out.blogspot.com/”> Cynthia Dyer</a>
<a href=”http://going-greene.blogspot.com/”>Tori Greene</a>
<a href=”http://www.thehahnhuntinglodge.com/”&gt; Nikole Hahn</a>
<a href=”http://cloakanddaggerfiction.blogspot.com”&gt; Katie Hart</a>
<a href=”http://www.faithfiction.blogspot.com/”&gt; Joleen Howell</a>
<a href=”http://www.613media.com/“> Bruce Hennigan</a>
<a href=”http://jessebecky.wordpress.com/”&gt; Becky Jesse</a>
<a href=”http://crisjesse.wordpress.com”&gt; Cris Jesse</a>
<a href=”http://www.spoiledfortheordinary.blogspot.com/”&gt; Jason Joyner</a>
<a href=”http://carolkeen.blogspot.com/”&gt; Carol Keen</a>
<a href=”http://southernfiberreads.com/”&gt; Emily LaVigne</a>
<a href=”http://shenandoahdawn.blogspot.com/”&gt; Shannon McNear</a>
<a href=”http://mikalatos.blogspot.com”&gt; Matt Mikalatos</a>
<a href=”http://rebeccaluellamiller.wordpress.com/“> Rebecca LuElla Miller</a>
<a href=”http://mirathon.blogspot.com/”&gt; Mirtika</a>
<a href=”http://www.bookwomanjoan.blogspot.com/”&gt; Joan Nienhuis</a>
<a href=”http://linalamont.blogspot.com/”&gt; Nissa</a>
<a href=”http://www.leastread.blogspot.com/”&gt; John W. Otte</a>
<a href=”http://gavinpatchett.blogspot.com/”&gt; Gavin Patchett</a>
<a href=”http://www.sarahsawyer.com/blog”&gt; Sarah Sawyer</a>
<a href=”http://andrealschultz.blogspot.com/”&gt; Andrea Schultz</a>
<a href=”http://www.bluerosesheart.blogspot.com/”&gt; Tammy Shelnut</a>
<a href=”http://reviewsfromtheheart.blogspot.com/”&gt; Kathleen Smith</a>
<a href=”http://www.mindsinger.com/”&gt; Donna Swanson</a>
<a href=”http://jessicathomasink.com/blog/”&gt; Jessica Thomas</a>
<a href=”http://christiansf.blogspot.com/”&gt; Steve Trower</a>
<a href=”http://frederation.wordpress.com”&gt; Fred Warren</a>
<a href=”http://www.fantasyandfaith.com”&gt; Dona Watson</a>
<a href=”http://christian-fantasy-book-reviews.com/blog/”&gt; Phyllis Wheeler</a>
<a href=”http://www.theravenquill.blogspot.com/”&gt;  Nicole White</a>
<a href=”http://facesoflions.wordpress.com/”&gt; Dave Wilson</a>

Southern Food


Today I wanted to make a big dinner, dessert and something to drink.  For the drinks I made Minted Lemon and Limeade.  I had to juice three lemons, and two limes. It didn’t help that I had a cut on my middle finger.  Let me tell ya that getting citrus into a cut REALLY does hurt.   I got done juicing them and then I crushed a few sprigs of mint in a big pitcher along with some sugar.  My oh my did that smell wonderful.  After that I added the juice from the lemons and limes, stirred a few times and added a sliced lemon to it all.  It looked so beautiful that it made me want to hop on the next flight to Georgia and eat some fresh peaches. MMmmhmm. I threw that in the fridge to let it cool off, but not before taking my trusty cup and sipping a little of it. It tasted a little watery so before I served it I squeezed some extra lemon juice into it. After I finished with that I started making delicious Peach and Cinnamon cobbler.  I just used canned peaches, because you use what you have. I cut them up, added the sugar, quick-cooking tapioca, cinnamon and lemon juice. That looked good enough to put on a silver platter.  Before I made the toppings which were like biscuits, I started on the Roasted Lemon Chicken with Red Grapes.  I put the chicken in the oven to defrost, because I  didn’t thaw them out sooner. While that was in the oven I whisked together butter, lemon zest and lemon juice along with some salt and pepper.  After that was mixed together I got the chicken out and called it good.  I poured the lemony mixture on top of the chicken and tossed it all together.  It smelled wonderful.  The only part that I didn’t care for was rubbing a garlic clove over the raw chicken.  I have a problem touching raw meat.  It is soooo gross for me to touch something that is cold and dead.  After I got over that little fear (which I must get over a lot because of the dishes I make,) I threw some grapes into a pan and dropped the chicken in on top of it.    It looked super odd, but I was going to experiment, and you betcha I did.  I popped it into the oven for a while and proceeded to make the biscuits/topping for  the peach cobbler. I got that done and popped it in alongside the chicken and let it cook.  While those were cooking I started some water, threw in some red potatoes, then green beans and let those boil for a while.  After that I put them in a skillet for a few minutes and watched magic come to life.  It smelled like what I imagine Heaven to smell like sometimes =)  I reached in and grabbed with my bare hands the food(Because I’m so tough 😉 ) and got that cobbler and chicken out.  It looked quite done….or so I thought. Sure the chicken was done, but the cobbler? Of course not! I ended up sticking the little guy in five more times, and still he didn’t cook all the way through.  It was almost time for my dad to go to bed, and I really wanted him to try it,so I figured they can live with a little doughyness.  They all seemed to like it.  It was a pretty succesful dinner and I was quite proud of myself for accomplishing it all in a little under three hours. 

Hope you enjoyed reading this:)

God Bless,

T.Bissell

The God Hater by Bill Myers


Spoiler Alert!

This book God Hater really had me going.  At first the title sort of threw me off, and I really didn’t care for it (the title.)  I thought it was an Atheist book, which isn’t the type of book I really wanted to read.  But it turned out that I was wrong, about it being an Atheist book, and me not really wanting to read it.  I was gripped after the first chapter.  I didn’t want to put it down.  The part about the people in the Program rebelling and not listening to the “Programmer” really made me sad because I think sometimes we rebel against God and sometimes we don’t want to ask for help or even we think we don’t need help.  The people in the Program got introduced to the Internet and they were hooked.  Junk filled that screen and they still chose to watch.  It reminded me a lot of my generation.  We have the internet and trash fills the screen and instead of running away from it we welcome it with open arms.  This book really made me think, and I would definately recommend it.


In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.

If you would like to buy this book you can do so here

He has a website that you can visit here

And he has a facebook page that you can check out here

Here are all of the participants for this blog tour.


Noah Arsenault
Red Bissell
Thomas Clayton Booher
Keanan Brand
Rachel Briard
Beckie Burnham
Morgan L. Busse
Carol Bruce Collett
Valerie Comer
Karri Compton
CSFF Blog Tour
April Erwin
Amber French
Andrea Graham
Tori Greene
Katie Hart
Ryan Heart
Joleen Howell
Bruce Hennigan
Becky Jesse
Cris Jesse
Becca Johnson
Jason Joyner
Carol Keen
Emily LaVigne
Shannon McDermott
Matt Mikalatos
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Mirtika
MollyBuuklvr81
John W. Otte
Sarah Sawyer
Chawna Schroeder
Andrea Schultz
Tammy Shelnut
Kathleen Smith
James Somers
Donna Swanson
Jessica Thomas
Steve Trower
Fred Warren
Dona Watson
Nicole White
Dave Wilson

Dragons Of The Valley


Spoiler Alert!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I started reading this book and didn’t know what to think.  On the first page it didn’t explain to much but rather just jumped into the story right away, which can be good sometimes, but I didn’t know where I was.  It seemed like I was reading the 2nd book of a series without reading the 1st one.   After a while I finally picked up on what was going on, but it did take a little while longer than usual.   I loved reading about the Kimen.  They made my imagination go a little wild because I kept picturing them each time they were brought up.  It made me think of Reepacheep from Chronicles of Narnia.  All in all after I read more of it I thought it was a pretty great book and I hope to read more of Pauls books in the future.

~Tess Bissell
In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.

If are interested in buying this book you can go here

Or if you want to visit the authors website you can go here

And she even has this blog you can read here


Participants’ links

 Gillian Adams
Noah Arsenault
Amy Bissell
Red Bissell
Justin Boyer
Keanan Brand
Grace Bridges
Beckie Burnham
Keanan Brand
Morgan L. Busse
CSFF Blog Tour
Amy Cruson
D. G. D. Davidson
April Erwin
Amber French
Andrea Graham
Katie Hart
Ryan Heart
Bruce Hennigan
Becky Jesse
Cris Jesse
Jason Joyner
Julie
Carol Keen
Dawn King
Emily LaVigne
Shannon McDermott
Matt Mikalatos
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Joan Nienhuis
John W. Otte
Donita K. Paul
Sarah Sawyer
Chawna Schroeder
Tammy Shelnut
Kathleen Smith
James Somers
Fred Warren
Phyllis Wheeler
Dave Wilson

Mocha Brownies


We have a Christmas in January so that in December my brother can go with his wife to his in-laws and my sister can go with her hubby up to her in-laws.  It works out really well for everyone and we’ve been doing it for the last couple years. We had it two weeks ago in our little place.  We had 14 people here, sure it was a little crowded but nobody seemed to really mind because we were all surrounded by family and friends.  We had bbq ribs, key lime pie, ginger ale and everything else you need for a Christmas dinner.  I was going to make these brownies a lot earlier in the day, but things took over and I didn’t have enough time to make them until we finished dinner.  Big UT-OH!!! I mixed them up and had to try a little taste before I put on the frosting.  Blech, they did not taste as good as I thought they would.  They had unsweetened chocolate in them and let me tell ya, that stuff is not good plain.  I put the frosting on and made it look as nice as I could, but for some reason it was not complimenting my brownies.  It looked like there was little pieces of butter in the frosting, and unfortunately there were little pieces of butter in it.  This is not how I wanted it look, it didn’t look like that in the pictures.  Well I couldn’t do anything about it, but next time I plan to make it look better.  I gave some to my best friend Joe and he said they tasted good.  I sure hope he isn’t lying,  and he usually doesn’t lie to me when he tastes my food but this one tasted terrible to me so it was hard to tell.  Practice makes perfect I guess. 

Hope you enjoyed this

Tess Bissell

The Wolf of Tebron by C.S. Lakin


Spoiler alert!!!!

I’ve read through half of this book and absolutely love it. It was a little confusing at the beginning because I didn’t know why his wife left, but then later on in the book it explained it. I liked how she described Sola, she was probably my favorite person in the book. How she described her clothing and the place that she lived was just fantastic. It made my imagination go wild. It reminded me of some of Wayne Thomas Batson’s work mixed with some C.S.Lewis. I loved how she mentioned the song Moon River in one of the chapters, it was subtle but still there. I can’t wait to read more of her work, I look forward to it already.

If you would like to purchase the book you can do so here

Or if you would like to visit C.S. Lakin’s website you can do so here

And if you would like she even has her own blog here

In conjuntion with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher

 Noah Arsenault
Amy Bissell
Red Bissell
Justin Boyer
Keanan Brand
Grace Bridges
Beckie Burnham
Jeff Chapman
Christian Fiction Book Reviews
Carol Bruce Collett
Valerie Comer
CSFF Blog Tour
D. G. D. Davidson
April Erwin
Andrea Graham
Nikole Hahn
Katie Hart
Ryan Heart
Bruce Hennigan
Becky Jesse
Cris Jesse
Becca Johnson
Jason Joyner
Julie
Carol Keen
Dawn King
Shannon McDermott
Matt Mikalatos
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Joan Nienhuis
Nissa
John W. Otte
Chawna Schroeder
Tammy Shelnut
Kathleen Smith
James Somers
Rachel Starr Thomson
Robert Treskillard
Fred Warren
Phyllis Wheeler