Author Interview – Dawn Greenfield Ireland – Multi-Genre Author (Sci-Fi/Dystopian/Cozy Mystery/Non-Fiction Finance/Screenplays)

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I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with another very talented multi-genre award winning author tonight and I can’t wait for you to here about all of the amazing titles that she has worked on, Sci-Fi/Dystopian/Cosy Mystery/Non-Fiction Finance and even Screenplays are all part of her varied repertoire.

Let’s buckle up for the ride of our lives and get ready to experience them all, along with her writing experiences and useful advice, as always thanks for reading and have much fun 🙂


Hi there Dawn, fantastic to have you over here to discuss your screenplay, novels and Non-Fiction books, along with enlightening us further about your writing experiences and endeavours.

Let’s start with your latest Sci-Fi novels “Prophecy of Thol” (a parallel world/creatures adventure) and “The Last Dog” (a dystopian excursion). Please tell us more about their plots and themes, the nature of the Sci-Fi worlds they inhabit and the ideas that led to their creation.

Prophecy of Thol had been through so many name changes as the rewrites occurred over the decades. Yes, decades. In this published version, which is my favorite, the main character is a normal teenage girl who studies metaphysics (crystals, auras, etc.)

D’laine begins having nightmares after coming out of an 8-month coma. The nightmares never change. She is visited by four distinct other-worldly characters every single night: one is a young man in his late teens, the others are two horrific monsters and one ominous robot.

Her world is turned upside down when she is pulled into the parallel world – she is now living in her nightmare where danger abounds with the many deadly creatures in the exotic world.

Prophecy of Thol

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The Last Dog is set in 2086 with a theme of governmental control. I think this came about while I was still grieving over losing my dog Shasta after 16 and a 1/2 years. She had been my steady companion and her death hit me hard.

When this story idea came through, I was in the process of trying to take a nap. All I can say is that it was a direct download into my brain, and as much as I wanted to take a nap, the dream was a persistent, nagging, running thought. So, I got up and started writing the entire outline.

What it boils down to is the love of family and what they would resort to when their puppy is confiscated by the government after a world-wide catastrophe claims millions of humans and canines.

Abby is the last dog in an almost childless world.

The Last Dog

Furthermore, you have a Cozy Mystery novel series too – “The Alcott Family Adventures” with “Hot Chocolate” and “Bitter Chocolate” published so far and another novel in the works. Can you please tell us more about the protagonists and antagonists of this series, along with its particular plot and themes that steer it towards the Cozy Mystery genre.

The Alcott Family Adventures focuses on a family who have made their money through their chocolate business.

As a self-professed chocoholic, I thought of my late mother who had a serious chocolate addiction going on – she had Hersey’s chocolate bars stashed all over the place.

I thought Hot Chocolate would be a fun way to treat everyone to a great little story with eccentric characters who grew up with chocolate – as their livelihood, and as an indulgence.

Hot Chocolate

Everyone loves the family I have created, their relationships with the large cast of characters, and the recipes in the back of the book.

Without the wealth from Alcott Chocolates, the story would not be set in Houston’s ultra-wealthy River Oaks.

Bernie Alcott, the founder of Alcott Chocolates, and the patriarch at 92, is a wily character who constantly gives his middle-aged daughters fits. He may be old, but he’s not dead yet, and always proving that trouble doesn’t stop with at a specific age.

These ultra-wealthy sisters are not like the socialites one might read about in the news. These gals have their own agendas.

Many people tell me that I have a conversational style of writing. This is very apparent in Hot Chocolate and Bitter Chocolate.

I have had a wild imagination my entire life. When I started writing fiction, there were no holds barred. A lot of my friends and acquaintances end up in my books.

The books have a very large cast. When I was writing Bitter Chocolate, I hired a guy to create a family tree of the characters. It is a great reference to see the relationships and connections of the characters. You can download the family tree for free from my website.

The family tree has been updated for Spicy Chocolate (to be published within the next 30 days) with color coding so people can see the original cast in Hot Chocolate in one color, who was added in Bitter Chocolate in another color, and the newcomers in Spicy Chocolate.

Bitter Chocolate

You also have some Non-Fiction books published, the most notable of which include – “The Puppy Baby Book” and “Mastering Your Money”. Please tell us more about all of your Non-Fiction books and your reasons for writing them.

My Non-Fiction books are styled after my many years as a technical writer.

I came up with the idea of The Puppy Baby Book in 1999 when I was having somewhat of a meltdown over one of my son’s escapades. Shasta was on her dog bed and I was looking at my sons baby books when I turned to Shasta and said: “I wish I had a baby book for you!”

That’s all it took. I grabbed the books, went into my home office and began the process. The Puppy Baby Book is a fill-in-the-blanks baby book to chart the puppy’s growth and progress for the first year, much like an infant baby book. This book has been selling since 2000. You can only get an autographed copy from my website.

Puppy Baby Book

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The concept for Mastering Your Money came about in the mid 1980’s while I was working at Compaq Computer as a technical writer. A couple of my coworkers spent a fortune in bounced check charges because they didn’t know how to work a checkbook. I was explaining my system to one of them when she said, “You know, Dawn, you are a technical writer. You should write that down.”

I have to gloat a little here. The literary agent I had years ago could not see the benefit of Mastering Your Money. His thought was that people were not using in-hand checkbooks. They were using online banking. I disagreed. There’s more people using checkbooks than you can shake a stick at.

I sent the book file to another agent. His people said that since I didn’t have a degree in anything financial, or have letters after my name representing any type of money or financial “stuff” I was not considered an expert.

My feathers were so ruffled! I entered the eBook in the New England eBook competition and guess what? It WON the category! You can see the winners ribbon on the cover by clicking here.

I did what any snubbed author would do. I sent the email with the winners notification to both of those agents.

Mastering Your Money

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Writers Preparation Handbook is also an online course accessed here: This is for anyone who wants to write a book. Makes no difference whether its Non-Fiction, a novel, a manual, business book – whatever. This has specifics that will save a beginner time and effort to get the manuscript page formatted properly, give understanding why they should do things the way I outline them, and just make their lives easier.

Writers Prep Handbook

What’s Breaking Your Budget is a spinoff from Mastering Your Money. I wanted to delve into the whole concept of a budget. Over the years I have discovered that many of the budget courses out there don’t cover nearly anything like my book does. I’m working on the online course, the audio book, and the paperback.

whats breaking your budget

Finally, regarding your prolific book output, you have a screenplay that you have just published called “The Far Corner”. This screenplay was a finalist in the 2017 Film & Screenplay Contest. What a wonderful achievement! Can you tell us the premise of the script and give us an insight into what drove you to tackling the horror genre with this script?

The Far Corner started out as a novel in 1989, originally titled The Crowd. I was around 50 pages into the writing when I felt it was more of a screenplay than a book.

In addition to being a finalist in the script competition (11/2017), it was also a Finalist in the Reel Writers Script Competition (8/2015), and a Semifinalist in the Screencraft Script Competition (8/2015). published it as a script in paperback form, so anyone who wants to read the script can get their hands on it.

Here’s my synopsis. Short and to the point: The Far Corner is an intense psychological/supernatural horror narrative about a crowd of creatures who try to protect a woman — from one of their own.

The judge from the Reel Writers competition had this to say:

“Jim Henson’s Creature Shop could go wild with this. The slimy excretions of the creatures are so wonderfully disgusting that each time a creature touches Jenna with its be-gooed finger, it evokes an intense and -immediate- desire for soap and hot water. This script presents a world in which these incredible, paranormal events can happen. And happen often enough that people can make a living solving the mysteries created by these circumstances. This fictitious world has tremendous potential for expansion into a series.”

The judge from ScreenCraft had this to say:

THE CROWD is an intense psychological horror narrative with some appealing, fresh elements. Tonally it’s reminiscent of movies like THE SIXTH SENSE or GOTHIKA or even JACOB’S LADDER, but here, the protagonist isn’t seeing ghosts, but she’s seeing bizarre animal-like creatures, one of which is a half-man, half-lion terror. It’s a highly new, disturbing and original idea that certainly has the potential to captivate horror purists and studio readers. It’s just one of those scripts that you can’t stop reading simply because it’s so distinctive. It has a tightly woven structure, interesting characters, a distinct and original voice, and an ending that just feels right.”

I have the script entered into a couple of competitions in 2018, so we’ll see if anyone chooses it as a winner.

What would you choose as your own personal mascot or spirit animal when it comes to you and your style of writing?

Two animals come to mind: a wolf, and a panther. My black cat, Midnight, has a very distinctive face that always reminds me of a black panther.

Dawn Cat

Midnight my boy cat. My mini-panther.

If any of your novels were to be made into films (or even a TV series), who would you cast in the lead roles?

Prophecy of Thol would most likely be unknown actors. For Hot Chocolate, I would love to see Sally Field as Lila Mae Alcott.

If The Far Corner ever got there, I’d say Mulder and Scully because it is very “X-Files” like material.

What do you think most characterizes or defines your writing? Do you have any writing quirks or themes that constantly crop up in your stories?

Writing quirks… hhmmm. Characterizes or defines my writing? Don’t give me brain-lock thinking about this.

You’ll see dogs in many of my stories. And, family. Come hell or high water, family is very important and always wins hands down.

What do you find the most difficult thing about writing? And what do you find the easiest?

Difficult? Knowing when to quit.

Easiest? Coming up with ideas. Letting my characters tell me what they want to do.

Who are some of the authors, poets and/or historical figures that inspire you?

I’m a voracious reader across many genres—I read 2 to 6 books per week. My favorite authors are many, but I love Edgar Rice Burroughs, H.G. Wells, J.K. Rowling, S.E. Hinton, Erin Hunter, Lee Child, Sarah Waters, Justin Cronin – I could go on for days.

I adore Michael Bernard Beckwith. I loved Maya Angelou.

What sort of research do you do to write your books?

Everything from character professions, locations, facts, subject matter experts for specific things, to foods, houses, neighborhoods – everything you can think of.

Dawn Bookshelf

Here’s part of my twenty-seven feet of custom bookcases in the living room.

My office is beyond the door.

Why do you write? What inspired you to become a writer?

I have always been a daydreamer. Back in 1979, I had a very long commute to work. A portion of that drive was over Addicks Dam/Barker Reservoir to the west of Houston, TX, which, at that time, was beautifully forested on both sides of the highway.

I’m not even sure how I got to work in one piece from all the daydreaming, but I had a story developing in my head for several days, and I started jotting notes. I had no idea that I was going to write a book. I knew nothing about writing.

But, from this story that kept building in my head, I made sure I had a lined tablet and a pen on the passenger seat. When traffic backed up, I’d write furiously. This was the birth of Prophecy of Thol, titled Second Chance in those days.

What keeps you motivated during creative slumps? How do you deal with Writers Block?

Slumps? What are those? My problem is I have so many projects lined up I don’t know how I’ll be able to get through them. I have file folders with slips of paper with ideas. I also have fully outlined projects just sitting there…waiting to breathe their own life.

You have access to a time machine. What advice would you give to your younger self?

Go ahead and get that degree.

How do you spend your free time when you are not writing?

When I’m not on my laptop creating something, I’m reading, cooking or baking something, or watching Netflix or Amazon Prime content.

Several years ago, I began cooking on the weekends for the week ahead to make my life easier. I have continued this process, and I have to tell you, it sets me free to do everything else.

Whether it is a pot of soup, a roast, or spaghetti sauce, I use canning jars to store liquid items, and freezer bags for meats and things.

Just so you know, I’m going to document some of my life shortcuts and create a book.

Tell us more about your upcoming projects. Are you working on anything specific or have plans in the pipeline?

I’m already 29K words into Gifts From Thol. I also have two more books lined up for my dystopian series, and one more Chocolate book in the Alcott series. After that, The Glow, the third science fiction novel from the late 80’s needs to get finished. Then my goal is to adapt eight of my 16 screenplays into novels, beginning with My Monster.

Finally, are there any nuggets of wisdom that you can impart to other aspiring writers?

  1. Never quit. Stay away from anyone who does not support what you are doing. You can’t afford to let someone poison your budding career because we are very tender when it comes to negativity and our words.
  2. Find and join a critique group. Not a book club or book reading group – they just read books. You need constructive criticism and people with experience with writing to help you along. You’ll get this with a critique group.
  3. Find an editor! When you finish your book, do not use your Aunt Sue, an English teacher or anyone other than a book editor. After you make changes from the editor’s notes, consider a proofreader to make sure you have not left any stragglers on the page.

Goethe says it all:

Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen incidents and meetings and material assistance, which no man could have dreamt would have come his way.

Whatever you can do, or dream, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Begin it now.


And that’s a wrap! Thank you for spending time with us today Dawn, you certainly have a unique bunch of titles for many of us to explore, enjoy and inform, we can’t wait to take a look at them all soon 🙂


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Dawn Greenfield Ireland is the author of several award-winning books and screenplays. To date she has written seven novels (three contemporary mystery and four science fiction), 15 screenplays (comedies, dramas, one horror, action adventure and science fiction) three short scripts and five reality TV concepts. Her day job was an award-winning technical writer (34 years) that played a major role in her fiction writing – she is detailed oriented, stays within budget and never misses a deadline. She writes full time in addition to editing books for authors, and coaching people through the writing process.

You can connect with Dawn via the following Social Media channels:-

Facebook:-  Dawn Greenfield Ireland – Author/Writer (FB)
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Twitter:- @dawnireland (Twitter)
Website:- The Website of Dawn Greenfield Ireland

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If you too would like to be interviewed on my blog at TooFullToWrite and you have a book or a series of books that you would like us to chat about then fill out the Contact Me form here with your details and we can arrange a future interview slot.

Still want more? Well, one of the main series that Dawn has created is a very entertaining Cozy Mystery Series. For more articles on the theme of ‘Cozy’ then check out the links from my fellow bloggers below:-

1. Sandmanjazz – Extended Family
2. The Top – The Icognito Writer
3. More on This – A Nook in Time
4. Four Seasons in one day… – Mum’s the Word Blog
5. New Year….New Choices – The Chicken Grandma
6. Abbie’s Corner of the World – Cozy
7. Holidays Are Comfy And Really Irritable… Here’s Why – Angelin Veronica
8. Cozy – Run and Travel
9. “Cozy Confessions.” – Expedition Overlanding Nomadic Adventures
10. Catching up ! – Freedom
11. The Happy Hermit – My house in Colombia
12. Prompts+Sephora’s #LipStories – LMTP Journey
13. Happy 2018 From My House to Your’s – Paul Cox Writer
14. A You Moment – Strange Days
15. Notes to Women – A Second Time
16. Blue Pea – MUSINGS – Mom of three teenagers blogging journey
17. Mediocrity – Ila Tyagi
18. A Look Back on 2017… – Success Strategies
19. The Right Tools – Positively Un-broken
20. yochet – Holiday Organizing
21. expectations – Tiny Fawns
22. Melinda J. Irvine – Maxine’s First Christmas
23. Seek – Wings Of Poetry
24. Not extravagantly cozy yet – In my world
25. copypower – Cozy Winter
26. Love Coach Laura Harju – Cutting myself some slack
27. Cozying Up To Roger – Christine Whelan, Freelance Writer
28. The Lurker’s List – How I Learned to Be Cozy
29. Cozy – The Inkwell
30. Be cautious, be safe – few tips. – Revolving Around Life
31. { Hello 2018 } – My Word Soup
32. All I Want Next Christmas is…. – DD’s World
33. White Christmas – Debbie Gravett
34. Happy New Year – Beach Books
35. slideaways – Cozy Cosy
36. Cozy Apologia – Scattered Showers in a Clear Sky
37. 6 Reasons Why You Should Attend TEDxMMU 2018 – Generation Y – JUNKY TRAVEL
38. Family time – The Chaos Within
39. Absent But Not Gone – corazon181
40. A cozy winter morning. – My expressions
41. Sunday Night – Gaurvi Narang
42. The Dubious Minimalist Skinny Jeans Diet – Quaint Revival
43. A Bad Dream – Live.Write.Relive
44. Thoughts being Scribbled here.. – Cozy hug
45. Liberating My Creative Soul – Mmmmmmm – Loving Iva
46. Rest for Some Time – travel387
47. Mother of a different son. – rujhanjain
48. I seek the peace that evades me
49. #Poetry: The Cold Winter #MPBooks – My Peacock Books
50. Cozi fan tutte – MoggyOgara – Reading, Writing, A-rhythmatic
51. A Momma’s View – Cozy
52. Elka New Year’s tree – citySonnet
53. Cozy – l’atelier tagnoue
54. Addiction for coziness brings nightmares? – MyWOrldMyLiFe
55. Cozy – Heaven Lotus
56. Downhome Geek – Cozy – Homemade Bread
57. The Home Of DJ Sung Mo Koo – ‘Twas The Night After Christmas
58. Hellfire Hits In The Brimstone City – RMX
59. A Blanket – Leigha Robbins
60. radhikasreflection – Daily Prompt – Cozy!
61. juantetcts – Daily Post/Cozy
62. COZY – Nano Stories
63. A Cozy Comfortable Space – Loud Thoughts, Tiny Woman
64. chocolat – susa ataris
65. With You – Your nonsensical somethings
66. nothing cozy – deep breath, close your eyes
67. You Think You Love Jesus? – The Sheepwrecked
68. Cozy Den – Lifestyled Islander
69. Cozy. – Grace’s Life Chronicles
70. Cozy – findingaflowertolandon
71. Once a Day Photos | – Cozy Tea Time
72. Strength (not weakness) in diversity: Unearthing the cozy experience! – Pearls Global Impact
73. Later, we will laugh about this – peace of life today
74. My Day – The Hockey Mom Fit Life
75. Daily Prompts – Cozy – Netdancer’s Musings
76. The Thing Is … – authoranonblog
77. Our Travel Themed Christmas Tree – The Wayfaring Scholar
79. Three Haikus – cocoa2
80. My Anxiety Matters – Hygge, feeling cozy and puppy cuddles
81. Things I Wish I Knew Before Graduation – A Beautiful Mess
82. ~362 Of 365~ – ……….365 Days………..
83. Writer’s block – A Ending with a Twist
84. Cozy quilts on a cold winters day – Melony Patch
85. hopeforheather – Daily Prompt [Cozy]
86. Embrace – tihpsy
87. Afforestation Year End Review – stbarbebaker
88. Success Inspirers World – What of a cozy chat with you?
89. SAND DOLLAR SEASON – Cozy Tableau
90. A Cozy Home – What if We all Cared?
91. Cozy – iamdeltapositivenegative
92. Cozy – mowglismoments
93. A New Day Dawns – Got the Blues?
94. God of Hope – Embracing Life
95. A You Moment – Off My Rocker
96. Jurassic Soul, Millenial Touch – Get Comfy, Respectfully
97. Cozy – Mistyroads
98. The Wickedest Town in the West – Wind Kisses
99. Cozy – Cait Z’s Blog
100. Speak My Peace: Prayer – MellowD
101. INSPIRING MAX – Cozy Time
102. Wolff Poetry Writing & Publishing Resources – Daily Haiku Pleading
103. Cozy Mysteries Make Me Cozy – Letters on Canvas
104. Chapter 10: Blue Ocean Floor – stephentotheplate
105. Cosy – Image & Word
106. cozy cloud – Seventeen Syllable Poetry
107. InMyLifeLesson – Cozy
108. Neighbors At The Artists – Ostendnomadography
109. Lazarus 2.0 – True Christian Bible Study
110. Life On The Skinny Branches – Sacred Space
111. High Cotton – Live Like It Matters
112. My cozy – Just me musing
113. Po’ Girl Shines – Cozy as I Please
114. From My Head to the Tips of My Toesies – My Loud Bipolar Whispers
115. Cozy Up – AJ – Chirpitta
116. May your words fly in 2018! – Vignettes from a Writer’s Den
117. Cozy – Rulla Alani
118. Cosy versus sleeping rough – My Library and other Mischief
119. Rising In the West – A year makes
120. Zombie Flamingos – Last Kitten Thursday of 2017
121. No Winter This Year In SoCal? – Life
122. MY ENDURING BONES – Something Warm To Think About
123. Cozy Nature – Scribbled to Paper
124. Cozy – Lisa’s Journey
125. Snug at the Bottom – Whatevers
126. Mental Runs – Running vs Me
127. Best Friends – Wind Kisses
128. Laurel Grove loves… – Spooked by the New Year?
129. Mindfulness – Karla Luckow
130. Cozy – wordsareallihavesite
131. What is your wellness resolution for next year? – Bird Flight
132. Winters – Around the World
133. First Kiss – A Unique Title For Me
134. Cozy – Ethereal
135. Cozy – The Bag Lady
136. Happy 2018 From My House to Your’s – Paul Cox Writer
137. Cozy home, cozy heart? – Earthly Brain
138. The Day Project – Flicker
139. RV-Able: Down Time – One Woman’s Quest II
140. Sid and Movie Night – binneyblog
141. Soy Lattes on the 32nd Floor – Think Outside The Toaster
142. No Pony. – Dangerspouse
143. 18 Things to Do in 2018 – Lucy’s Life and Bikes
144. Boys will probably be boys. – Looking back in sadness
145. Swell Time – Freeze the moment
146. Indomitable – Sunken Thought
147. mylocalweb – father’s angel
148. Lies – High Tides Good Vibes
149. Cozy the comfort zone – Know_things
150. Comfortably numb – persuasion2015
151. Don’t play games with me; Don’t plague me to death – Word Play … Work in Progress.
152. The Cozy You (Cozy) – The Secret Letters to Timbo
153. The Pesky Variant Poet – The Pescetarian Poet
154. Giddyup Donald – A lot from Lydia
155. Mom – techshe
156. Follow Your Own Path – Journeys of Len
157. Hardlopen in Salzburg – 5 aanraders – Peter’s Blog
158. Keeping Your Beer Cozy – This, That, and The Other
159. a cozy place – Karyn’s Domain
160. Teachers – KerDoodle Village
161. Cozy Things – The Wanderer
162. Curious Hart – About Adjectives
163. Senryu : cozy – Cactus Haiku
164. lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown – Cozy in My Skin
165. Relax – Siberian Rhapsody
166. Nest – Megha’s World
167. Limping Hearts – Dream Desire Achieve
168. Musings of a Random Mind – Weekly Photo Challenge: Good Morning!
169. Was your 2017 Cozy? – LiveFree & LoveOnPurpose
170. The Cat Chronicles – Daily Feline Prompt: Cozy Feline
171. 26 – Ripples of Truth
172. One Cozy Fashion Coming Right Up! – Stalk & Talk Fashion
173. Yes And Amen – Blissfully Bianca
174. Walk with God – Comfy and Cozy
175. DCMontreal: Blowing the Whistle on Society – Global Warming Cuts Both Ways
176. My dad’s library – Life is great
177. Cozy is a cat in a blanket – HUMANSFORCATS
178. Dining Etiquette – Writing With Some Ink and a Hammer
179. THE ICONOPHILE – When Things Happen
180. Cozy – True Christian
181. I am a mermaid… – Cyranny’s cove
182. COME SIT WITH ME – lovenlosses
183. Bartending – This Girl’s Got Curves
184. Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss – Getting cozy
185. Cozy – Covert Novelist
186. Write Here: Write Now – Not Going Out
187. The Cozy Cocoon – Curious Cat
188. House Hunting – I’m a Writer, Yes, I Am!
189. Na’ama Yehuda – Get Cozy
190. Cosy: Daily Prompt – The Eggcorn
191. cozy you are – aroused
192. Writer’s block – Killer by Night
193. lighting – Seventeen Syllable Poetry
194. Cozy – Ask. Think. Do.
195. MSKCAFE – A journey worth it !!
196. Winter Olympics – Poetry By Jeremy
197. Frank Prem – approximately perfect
198. Cozy Up – Sgeoil
199. Dronstad – Nick the Red (3)
200. Frank Prem – lygon street
201. Frank Prem – the spread
202. Scrambled, Not Fried – Heat Wave
203. Six-word story: Cozy – writingiswonderful
204. The Consulting Writer – Can’t We All Just Get Oolong?
205. Hot Dogs and Marmalade – The Gift
206. Cozy — Two Haiku – Curious Steph
207. Love Battles – Short Prose
208. Cosiest – a form of therapy?
209. Cozy – damswriter
210. Day 19 – December Photography Challenge – Ladyleemanila
211. AWAY IN AUTUMN – Hygge for the Heart (and Holidays)
212. Ambivalence – Grateful
213. sonja benskin mesher – garage
214. Cozy Plans – The Journey
215. Sleepy cats curled up next to a fireplace………… – suziland too or obsolete childhood
216. Like Rain – emotionsoflife2016
217. A Good Word – Just Writing!
218. Haruki Murakami: ‘I run in order to acquire a void’ – Wells Baum
219. Dive in its warmth – 7 start
220. sarishboo – Calm, Cold, & Cozy
221. Date Night, Here I Come – Armed With A Keyboard
222. the15thday – bloody meh!
223. The place – refilldiaries
225. Just Listen: Estrella Tower – December Rose
226. Send Help! – Zeckrombryan
227. Cozy – A Sawyer’s Daughter
228. The Holly Tree Tales – A Letter To God
229. The Ostrich Story – stoneronarollercoaster
230. Cimmerian Sentiment – Clearing The Night Air (Part – 10) Snow Angel
231. Science Traveler – Ripley’s Myrtle Beach Aquarium – Believe it or Not
232. Storytime – Kurilane
233. Cozy Feeling Of Hope – Pitch Black Poesy
235. Walk a while… – DeepikasRamblings
236. Designer Sophisticate – Extra marshmallows, please.
237. KO Rural Mad As Hell Blog – rest
238. A Bliss to the Taste Buds! – My Life.. My Thoughts..!
239. Karen Lynne Beads – Cozy


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