Free Book Alert–What Thing Had Escaped (Part One)

Winston is giving away more free books!
This is just part of his campaign to being out his blog serial as a book in multiple parts.

Don’t worry, I wont let you guys miss out on his book being published on November 1st!

Hop on over to his blog to catch up on the serial novel. All the epsiodes are up and free to read right now but they won’t be forever.

-RoseKat

The Object

This is Part One of a new serial I’m releasing directly to Kindle.  I hope you’ll take advantage of the free download, read it, and leave an honest review on Amazon.  Thanks everyone!

And in case you missed it, check out our Kickstarter Campaign for The Object: Book One.

What Thing Had Escaped (Part One)

Free 10/17/2012, 10/18/2012

Book Description:

Survival is a daily struggle for Eugene and Darryl, who walk the filthy, crowded streets of Louisville searching for a day’s work or an abandoned house to loot for salable goods. Though Darryl has a job catering to an elderly rich man who lives in a private suburb lined with stone walls and razor wire, his wage barely feeds him, much less Eugene.

Then one evening there’s a knock on the door and a mysterious man in a suit tells Darryl he’s just inherited the entire fortune of his…

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Day 174: Shepherd’s “Pie”

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Much like calling pizza a “pizza pie” it I’d just wrong. Savory pies shouldn’t be called pie. Think of quiche, that’s in a pie plate with a pie crust but it is not sweet.

Make this casserole last week and k was super pleased with the outcome. My friend and I made the potatoes from scratch, grated the cheese, opened the bag of frozen veggies and cooked the (still frozen) ground beef.
We also added a can of diced tomatoes and a can of whole kernal corn.

Shepherd’s pie is so worth the effort. The step most people forget is that you must season all three parts or it will be super bland.
Season the meat while cooking, the veggies once dumped in the baking dish and the potatoes while mashing.