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Amber wrote the first “Karma Goes Around” review.  She liked the book because it reminded her of Northwest Arkansas and Missouri, where she used to live.

Amber, and others, too, liked the fact that the chapters are short.  Amber said it made for an enjoyable read.  She didn’t specifically say why, but it could be because of one or both of the following.

If you’re limited on time to read, short chapters make it easy to find a convenient place to stop.  And, the shorter chapters make it seem like you’re moving through the story quickly.

Finally, Maurice was the one of the last reviews.  His subject line was quite dynamic.  He called the book:

A GPS for Life

.  Maurice went on to say that, This easy to read story presents a great role model for any young man, especially in today's complicated and confusing world.”  Maurice’s review was quite insightful and complementary as well.


Thanks to all for your reviews!


KGA Reader Request

If you enjoyed reading KGA, I would greatly appreciate it if you could possibly post a review on Amazon.

Thank you!

Jim


Book Two Sneak Peek

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…that the recipe of Charlie’s favorite food be in a future novel.  What is Charlie’s favorite food?  All of you KGA readers out there know what it is - it’s cauliflower!  The recipe calls for roasting, not frying the cauliflower, because Sherry wanted  a healthier dish for Charlie.

Sherry's Roasted Cauliflower

Ingredients
One head of cauliflower
2 or 3 cloves of garlic
Olive Oil
Salt (optional), fresh-ground pepper
Cooked Turkey Bacon (optional, if you have it)
Thins slices of American, smoke provolone
Parmesan cheese
Directions
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.  Cut cauliflower into florets about 1 1/2 to 1 3/4 inch diameter, the size Charlie likes.  and spread out on a regular cookie sheet.

If you're using bacon, cook it crisp, let cool, then break it into small pieces the size of a pea.  Slice the florets two times vertically about 1/3 to 1/2 across the wide part of the floret (Not the stalk.)  Push the small bacon bits into the slit so most, or all of the bacon bit is inside the floret.  This can be labor-intensive, so you may just want to do it to half the florets.  Or, sprinkle on lator; or, do both.

Shake the cauliflower in a bag or bowl with the olive oil and salt.  Put one clove on either end of the the cookie sheet.  Use a pizza cutter to quickly cut the slices into one inch squares for each floret.  Some florets may need two squares.  Set aside until after cooked.

Put in the oven around 25 minutes, or until the cauliflower is lightly brown.  Take out of oven and immediately add one or two slices on each hot floret.  Quickly sprinkle on Parmesan cheese, tiny bits of bacon, then freshly ground pepper.  Serve and enjoy!







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