GRANNY IS BACK IN “GRANNY SKEWERS A SCOUNDREL”!!!

Thank you to Kate Eileen Shannon for hosting me on her blog today and for the great review. I am truly blessed to have the readers and support that I do. If you’re interested in what she has to say heres the link.http://kateeileenshannon.com/2014/09/16/granny-is-back-in-granny-skewers-a-scoundrel/

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

julieJulie Seedorf is a Minnesotan. She calls dinner, supper, and lunch, dinner. She has had many careers over her life time but her favorite career was that as mother to her children. In later life she became a computer technician, opening her own business. In 2012 Julie signed a contract with Cozy Cat Press. Julie writes a column for southern Minnesota area newspapers called “Something About Nothing. “Granny Hooks A Crook” her first Cozy Mystery for Cozy Press takes place in the fictional town of Fuchsia, Minnesota. The Fuchsia Minnesota Series and other writings such as her children’s book “Whatchamacallit, Thingamajig” follow her theory that we all take ourselves too seriously and we need to have a little fun. Her second book, Granny Skewers A Scoundrel, highlights the fact that in the midst of life we have…

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Teachers Matter, Thank A Teacher Today.

Column: Something about Nothing, by Julie Seedorf- Published September 1. 2014 Mrs. Lewis was my kindergarten teacher. Mrs. Weir was my fourth-grade teacher. Sister Mary Donald was my eighth-grade teacher in Catholic school. Mr. Schmidt was my history teacher my junior year in high school. Mr. Bailey was my speech teacher and drama adviser my [...]