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Friday, May 15, 2015

Cooking With Author Jo Huddleston & a Giveaway!




Happy to have author Jo Huddleston at my blog today!  She's sharing a recipe and her newest novel, Wait For Me.  She is also offering a Kindle giveaway!   Read on . . . 


5 in 1 Salad/Dessert



Mix gently
10 ounces cool whip
1 small package Jell-O dry mix, any flavor
Add: 12 ounces cottage cheese
Add: 1 small can mandarin oranges, drained (whole or in chunks if desired)
1 small can pineapple (crushed or chunks), drained
Mix all together gently, chill overnight, serve in clear bowl to enjoy the color.





BACK COVER BLURB for Wait for Me


Can Julie, an only child raised with privilege and groomed for high society, and Robby, a coal miner’s son, escape the binds of their socioeconomic backgrounds? Set in a coal mining community in West Virginia in the 1950s, can their love survive their cultural boundaries?


This is a tragically beautiful love story of a simple yet deep love between two soul mates, Robby and Julie. The American South’s rigid caste system and her mother demand that Julie chooses to marry an ambitious young man from a prominent and suitable family. Julie counters her mother’s stringent social rules with deception and secrets in order to keep Robby in her life. Can the couple break the shackles of polite society and spend their lives together? Will Julie’s mother ever accept Robby?




You can purchase eBook for Kindle and print copies of Wait for Me at this link.


Also, Jo is offering a free Kindle giveaway of her book.  To enter the giveaway contest, read here:


1) Make sure you are a follower of this blog.  You must be to play.  Then leave a comment below about what you like about West Virginia or what you know about the state.

2) Include your email with your comment so that I can email you if you have won.
3) A winner will be picked by Jo and announced by June 3, 2015.  
4) Have fun!

4 comments:

Jo Huddleston said...

Alice, thanks for having me on your blog to visit with your readers and you. Good luck to all in the book drawing.

alice wisler said...

Thanks, Jo, for being my guest!

Nancy Griggs said...

I grew up in western Pennsylvania and would often go through West Virginia. Loved the woods and hills.

Jo Huddleston said...

Nancy, glad you stopped by and left your comment.