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The shoes didn't fit. It was an omen.













Sunday, April 20, 2014

April A to Z: The Letter 'R'



Happy Monday! We're almost finished with this challenge. Wow! Right? I can hardly believe we're heading into May at warped speed. How about you guys?

This year for Arlee Bird's April A to Z Blog Challenge,  I decided to post pictures hinting at what is to come in the next book to the Lila's Journey Series, Killer Stilettos.

The one with the most correct answers will win a copy of Secondhand Shoes or one for their Kindle.

This one should be much easier than Fridays.

This picture was from the internet.

That's it for this one. See you all in the blogosphere and tomorrow!

Hugs and chocolate!
Shelly

20 comments:

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    1. It's okay. It's difficult to get around when you have a job and a family to tend to.

      And your answer is correct.

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  2. A beautiful set of rosary beads.

    I have both my parents' sets... Dad's in particular are very unique. He bought them in WWII Paris. Carved rosewood and sterling silver. The crucifix is just beautiful. Sterling on the tips of the cross and Jesus is in sterling as well. Wonderful contrast between the wood and silver.

    Mom's are simpler, onyx and sterling.

    Happy Monday!

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    1. Yes. You got it. I find rosary beads interesting.

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  3. It's hard to believe we're winding down on the challenge!

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  4. I'm assuming rosary. A little outside of my cultural background.

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  5. Well yes a rosary which hints at something Catholic I guess.

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    1. One of the characters are Catholic.

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  6. Hi human, Shelly,

    How R U today? Thank goodness this idiotic A to Z is nearly over. It does my doggy head in.

    I assume your photo has something to do with religion. Not into religion but I guess I'm dogmatic. Arf!

    Pawsitive wishes,

    Penny the friendly host of the Alphabark Challenge! :)

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  7. Hi, Penny!

    It's a paranormal with a little religion mixed in.

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  8. A rosary... something to do with Catholicism?

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    1. Yes. One of the characters is Catholic.

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  9. The rosary has already been answered. Each day you post your book sounds more and more intriguing.

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    1. Remember the one with the most correct answers wins.

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  10. oh bugger - missed another easy one :)

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I'm dying to know what you think.