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Recipe Low carb peanut butter banana cookies.

Recipe Low carb peanut butter banana cookies. 

These are the best low carb peanut butter cookies I have ever made they are so crispy. I know what you are thinking bananas are not low carb but these ones are they are made with banana extract.

1 cup Peanut butter 
Any brand is fun I used creamy peanut butter.
1/2 cup of low carb sugar such as swerve or Splenda
2 eggs
2 capfuls of  banana extract 
I used Watkins brand

Mix all ingredients in a bowl 
Take a cookie scoop and scoop up the cookie dough into little round balls place on a waxed cookie sheet and bake the cookie at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. 
After baking let them cool and enjoy.  

This cookies are really good my stepdad and sister loved them that is a plus. 

Book Review : The Princess and the Kiss A story Of God's gift of purity By Jennie Bishop

Book Review: The Princess and the Kiss A story Of God's gift of purity By Jennie Bishop 
I love this Book My mom would read this to my sisters and me at night before bed.
This story has a very powerful message It talks about God's gift of purity it teaches you how to save your self and you first Kiss for you future husband someday.
A loving Mom the Queen And a Dad the king give their daughter the princess a gift from God Her very first Kiss for her to keep or give away. The princess waits for the man who is right for her precious gift.   Will she find that right Man to give it too? read the story to find out.  
This story will touch the heart of parents and your children teaching    the message that "love... comes from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith" (1 Timothy 1:5 NIV)

The Author Jennie Bishop did A amazing Job On this cute story I love this picture and the book and the cover photo  I love everything about this story. 

Growing Up I Always looked fo…

Interviewing Author Michael McCarty

Interviewing Author  Michael McCarty

 Q1.   Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?   A:    My name is Michael McCarty. I was born in the state of Iowa then moved to the state of Illinois. I have been writing forever … decades really. And getting paid for it. I have been published in such magazines as “Star log,” “Fangoria,” “Cemetery Dance,”  “Filmfax,” I was a staff writer for Science Fiction Weekly  (the official website of the Sci Fi Channel before it became the SyFy Channel) from 2001-2008 and a number of others.                2003, I published my first book called Giants of the Genre and have published 45 other books since. I have a blog about that and here is the link: 
                     My latests books include: Apocalypse America! (co-written with Mark McLaughlin), Dark Cities: Dark Tales and Ghosts of the Quad Cities (also co-written with Mark McLaughli…

Book review: Frances Darwin Investigates By Eileen Moynihan

picture found on amazon
Book review: Frances Darwin Investigates By Eileen Moynihan 
Is a very good book that is a  and is a wonderful book. The Author  Eileen Moynihan  did an amazing job on the story.
This book would make for a wonderful birthday or Christmas gift for anyone that likes a good book and enjoy reading.  It is a must-read you should differently read this.
This book has  50 pages the Age Level: 8 - 12.
This is a great little book that is easy to read and fun this cute little book is about a 10 year old who wants to be a Investigator.
What I really Like about this book is that is shows you that you can be anything you want if you put your mind to it just like Frances in the story her dream was to become a detective and that is what she did. 

With the help of her grandma and some other adults she was able to become a great Investigator.

Hey Parents your Kids will love this story this is a gre…

Book Review: Casey Of Craneberry Cove By Susan Kotch

picture of the book found on Amazon

Book Review: Casey Of Cranberry Cove By Susan Kotch
One of the best love story's for teens I have ever read a great summer romance the Character Casey Whitman Fall in love with a Guy of the summer and of course he is a guest that is just visit for a few weeks.
Will Casey's Love bring fireworks are will it being heartbreak or sadness? read the book to find out more.
This book does talk about teen  situation Like parting drinking and love but other then that it is a really good book.
Is a very good book that is a  and is a wonderful book. The Author  Susan Kotch  did an amazing job on the story and I just loved the cover it is beautiful. 

This book would make for a wonderful birthday or Christmas gift for anyone that likes a good book and enjoy reading. 
It is a must-read you should differently read this.
This book has 230  pages  best ages for this book is 5th-12th Grade.
Thank you Susan Kotch for writing this Book it made me feel like I was there …

Low Carb cheese crisps in the Microwave.

Low Carb cheese crisps in the Microwave. 
This is so good you can add any seasoning you like to this tasty little snacks.

These are super easy to make in the microwave and so much easier to make then in the oven. 

Take 2 slices of cheese you would put on your hamburger cut them into little squares place them on a parchment paper-lined plate and cook 2 minutes and 30 seconds in the microwave and done so much easier to make then the oven version.  

You can also seasoning the cheese before you cook them I added bacon seasoning to mine and they turned out super yummy.
You can also add any seasoning you like garlic powder would taste good as well as onion powder and many other tasty seasonings.
You can use any cheese you like.

Recipe found on the low carb group I am in on facebook. 

Interviewing Author Alice Charlotte Ievins

Interviewing Author  Alice Charlotte Ievins

Q1. Tell me about yourself what are your favorite books to read?

A. Hello! I live in Bristol, England, where I am currently on maternity leave, having the enormous privilege of looking after my son, Nathan. I can’t believe he’s now seven months old! Normally I work as a small animal veterinary surgeon. I have to say that dogs are my favorite animal to work with! I have always been dog-obsessed and own a cuddly, adventurous Labrador called Summer, who normally comes to work with me. She can always bring me back to my cheerful self, no matter how long and stressful the day is. I also live with my husband, Sam, who has to put up with the various sick animals I bring home (mainly wild birds). I am part of a wonderful church called Emmanuel City Centre.
My favorite books include ‘Pride and Prejudice’, Brandon Sanderson’s ‘Mistborn’ trilogy, ‘The Bird and the Sword’ and the first two books in ‘The Mark of the Lion’ trilogy.

Q2. When did you decide you…

New Interview with Author Imran Omer

New Interview with Author  Imran Omer

Q1. Tell me about yourself what are your favorite books to read? 

A. I was born in Karachi and studied in Chicago. I have a bachelors in Art Education from the University of Illinois and M. Ed from American College of Education. I teach Art and English as a Second Language (ESL). I have taught in the United States, Oman, and Saudi Arabia. I love teaching but my passion lies in writing. The info about my books, blog, and artwork can be seen at 

My favorite books are Oryx and Crake (Margaret Atwood), Elizabeth Costello (J.M Coetzee) and The Poisonwood Bible(Barbara Kingsolver)

Q2.when did you decide you were going to write a book? 

A. As far as I remember, I always had a desire to write and see a published book of my own.

The thought of writing Entangled Lives appeared when on every news report about terrorists, a question appeared in my mind: How have the societies they lived in contributed to the outcome we have seen on the world…

Interviewing Author Steve Bivans

Interviewing Author Steve Bivans
Q1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?
A. I’m a writer and author, among many other things. I’ve self-published six books, most of them non-fiction. Three of them have been sub-genre best-sellers on Amazon. Top among those was Vikings, War, and the Fall of the Carolingians, which was my master’s thesis at the University of Minnesota. It’s an English translation of a Latin text from medieval France in the 9th century.

My latest book, Anno Draconis: Dawn of the Dragon, is part one of a historical fiction series, based on the Vikings in France.

Top of my reading list? Lord of the Rings. I’ve read it like 11 times or something. I’m a total Tolkien geek. I’m NOT a Nerd, however. Nerds pick their nose and live in their mother’s basement. I live in a house with my partner in St. Paul, MN, but I’m originally from the American Southeast, North Carolina mostly.

I’m also a big Stephen King fan, especially his ‘Flagg’ book…