Happy Labor Day! For me, it was the final day of a weekend spend with my husband's mom and sister. We were sorry to see them leave, but we used the afternoon to take a few boxes out to our new house. Yes we're moving, with all the fun that entails. Fortunately, the temperatures here finally dropped. It's a bit frightening when 88 degrees feels cool enough to throw open the windows, but it's a big break from triple digits. Unfortunately, the beautiful day was marred by smoke from wildfires in the area. We are praying for rain and help for those who lost their homes.
Want more information on the contributors to the Pink Snowbunnies in Hell: A Flash-Fiction Anthology? (Rhetorical question—I'm posting it anyway.) Below is a list of the included stories. When available, the author's names are links to their pink snowbunnies announcement. Some of them are also doing giveaways, so you might want to check it out, after you post to my recipe contest, of course. The book also includes author information at the end of every story, so that's worth checking. The book is only .99 cents, and all proceeds go to benefit animal shelters.
Domestic Disturbance, by T.L. Haddix
Wedding Heaven, Ltd, by A.J. Braithwaite
When, by Robin Reed
Where's JoJo? A Bunny's Guide to Family Dysfunction, by Julie Christensen
Wingman, by Nathan Lowell
It Finally Happens..., by Heather Marie Adkins
Careful What You Wish For, by Barbra Annino
Of Demons and Bunnies, by Nichole Chase
Pink Snowbunnies are the New Pink Ribbon, by Jimi Ripley
One Wrong Turn Deserves Another, by Asher MacDonald
Marissa's Tattoo, by Steve Silkin
Eulogy, by Suzanne Tyrpak
The Taste of Pink Snow, by Susan Helene Gottfried
Revenge of the Peeps, by Camille LaGuire
Love in a Time of Bunnies, by Coral Moore
The Bunni and the Bird, by Penny Cunningham
The Recession is Hell, by Randi Rogue
Pink Snowbunnies Acrostic, by Molly Black
Don't Mess with the Meadow, by Rex Jameson
A Gift for a Very Special Girl, by Debora Geary
Incidentally, the graphic designer who created our hilarious cover is Glendon Haddix of Streetlight Graphics. He also did my cover for Dormant. Thank you for the great work, Glendon!