ThisUltra Sexy Pink Perfume  Basket With Mini Cook’s Brut Champagne

 This will make a great Christmas gift for the special lady in your life. The gift includes: 
Ultra sexy pink perfume 

Ultra sexy luminous body moisturizer 

Ultra Glazewear lipgloss

String of genuine fresh water white pearls

Two champagne glasses with gold trim

Pink shell shaped bath fizzers

Amber sunset scented candle

Lavender honey Epsom salt

Pink sand white loofah

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Book Lovers Gift Basket

I’ve been putting this book and coffee basket together for the past two weeks and finally got it to where it looks right. Yay!!! I’m new in the gift basket service and some themes are difficult for me to position in eye catching appeal. My friends are my favorite teachers. They’ve been giving me tips on how to reposition certain items. Check out my gifts on Facebook at Blue Flame Lady Gifts. Or visit my Etsy  


Bloom With Me 

I bought my first bottle of Haiku perfume a few years ago and fell in love with it instantly. It has a clean, fresh floral scent. It’s poetry in a bottle. I added the shower gel and powder to my daily regimen and fell head over heels in love. Get  the Haiku 5-piece set: 1.7 oz Eau de Parfum Spray, 1.4 oz Shimmering Body Powder, 6.7 oz Body Lotion, 6.7 oz Shower gel and 2.6 oz Roll-on Antiperspirant Deodorant for $19.99   Visit my eStore @


Review of Sonja Livingston’s Queen of the Fall

Originally posted on BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog:

By Debbie Hagan

fall“The assignment is to write what we’d like to be someday. One of the most regular questions of childhood, yet it seems I’ve never been asked it. Maybe because I’m one of seven children in a family headed by a woman without a husband or a career and we live in a neighborhood brimming with similar women, people who did not plan as children to wait tables or clean hotel rooms or stand on porches and corners, watching as the world passes.”

Reading Sonja Livingston deliberating the perennial childhood question—What do you want to be when you grow up?— in her new collection, Queen of the Fall: A Memoir of Girls and Goddesses, I’m taken back to Mrs. Dowdy’s class. I’m ten years old, chewing my pencil, trying hard to picture myself setting out at sunrise, swinging a metal lunch pail, going I don’t know where…

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