Is Your Glass Half Full?

Trusting that your Easter break went well. My Easter cake is half eaten, now. It was adapted from the unused Christmas cake. I just fed it more rum and added chocolate eggs to the top! The eggs have mostly been nibbled, though. It’s a success, I think…

Another who dunnit mystery- Who stole the eggs?

More seriously. Are you a reader yearning for justice and certainty in an age of terrifying doubt? If so, then take a peek at my student novel tipping women off to controlling behaviour that is damaging. See here-http://amzn.to/2zD33rT

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Happy Easter!

Okay! I admit that there were definitely chocolate eggs on this humming-bird cake. Not in the original recipe…However, the pineapple banana and pecans were so good for me. And I took the chocolate off my piece but so enjoyed the rest.

Needless to say, I had considerable help from the family to keep me from falling into the chocolate chomping trap.

Trusting that you can share such a feast over the holiday. With chocolate or without?

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Easter- More than eating chocolate

I am really looking forward to eating chocolate after Lent, don’t get me wrong!

However, my sacrifice was nothing. I’m celebrating passion week with a free giveaway of my thriller giving the heads up to students about staying safe from gangs.

Please, join in the fun. Someone has to win. Like this post or follow me on Twitter  @pollyjwhite4.

Enjoy the countdown to a long weekend.

No chocolate for me!

I’ve given up nibbling chocolate for Lent. It’s so difficult…Losing weight could be a bonus?

If I use the time to write rather than snacking, I could be more productive. The shops are full of beautifully decorated Easter eggs to tempt me. Don’t worry, I’ve still made choc chip cookies for my family. I suppose that’s what a personal sacrifice is all about. Actually, craving a sweet thing is a small price to pay.

Enjoy your confectionery!