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March 2022 Newsletter Reprint – A Delicious, Sweet and Savory Email…

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Helloooooooooo, and welcome to my camo jeep!

How grateful I am that you’ve joined me in my Untamed, Unexpected, Unforgettable world.

Just as if you were sitting in Oprah’s audience in the days of plenty, you’ll find a gift under your seat of my jeep today. :o)

Cars are so cumbersome to be sent digitally. :o) Gas is horrendously expensive, and since we must be mindful of the planet, your prize has no wheels—but it’ll give you and your loved ones more than one exotic culinary trip!

So, just for you, the tried and tasted Untamed Cookbook, simmering with delicious South African dishes for you to whip up!

OK, you can’t drive a cookbook, but imagine showing off your culinary worldliness at a dinner party!



Don’t forget you’ll use serviettes and not napkins (even though they’re the same thing). To add to the wild evening, pair your cuisine with an award-winning South African wine and finish with ice cream topped with Amarula—my favorite liqueur—from the marula tree which, when it falls and ferments, is an animal party favorite. Here’s proof (ahem)!



All that remains is a toast. “Cheers! Cheers!” Or say, “Bon appétit,” or to get into the swing of things: “Lekker eet,” to enjoy your South African experience.

Who needs a car when your belly is filled with great tasting food that carries you off to faraway places?


Pick Up a New Historical Romance


I’ve acquired an interest in all things metaphysical so I can give credence to my new 747 series.

Renee Masse, well respected Valkyrie Mystic, last year on 11th November, at 11 a.m., talked of a portal that could recode & restructure DNA.

I thought of that when I saw this article in National Geographic. See this photograph of Tira by Frank Liu:



Talk about a horse of another color—a zebra foal with a dark coat and white polka dots has been spotted in Kenya‘s Masai Mara National Reserve. Zebra stripes are as unique as fingerprints, but Tira’s odd coloration could be the first recorded observation, and may make the foal more susceptible to biting flies without the zebra’s trademark stripes.

Read more in National Geographic. If you’re an animal lover, National Geographic gives you the best, most up-to-date information and a plethora of photographic pleasures!


Pick Up a New Free Historical Fiction or Time Travel Story – and Enter the Giveaways!


The world is in turmoil. There is no better way to escape harsh reality than reading!

The FIRST TWO Club Untamed Members (if you’re getting this…that’s YOU) to email me at will receive one of my e-books. You choose!

Just shoot me an email and write either “War Serenade” or “Zebra” in the subject line and mention your preferred digital format. And voila! Your South African escape will be delivered to your inbox.

NOTE: The e-books have been claimed; make sure to Sign up for my Club Untamed Newsletter and never miss the goodies!


Grab a free book with a strong leading lady

NOTE: The Historical Fiction promotion has ended. Sign up for my Club Untamed Newsletter and never miss the goodies!



Thanks to my lovely Ivette Griffith’s introduction, I was invited to a book signing at the very posh Fountains in Melbourne, Florida, some weeks ago.

Debbie Sekula who accompanied me (and spread her special brand of sunshine) and I were treated royally.

Plates of food were, in fact, works of art. Delicious, sliced croissants stuffed with succulent chicken salad were held together by wooden spears and topped with heavenly-smelling fresh orchids. And newly-picked fruit in colors more vivid than any artist could do justice to on canvas adorned the china. Ahhh, my mouth is still watering…

Charlotte was a doting hostess and had the zebra chairs ready for our pleasure; the guests were an absolute delight.

Thank you for having us, our new friends at The Fountains, you, one and all, made the day simply unforgettable!


Until Next We Meet…

Please stay well, and know my wish for you today is this:

May your next gift be actual (rather than virtual!).

And don’t forget to send me a pic of your South African dinner party! Share it with Club Untamed or my Facebook page.

Cheers! Cheers!


P.S. Don’t forget to go to my Facebook group, Club Untamed, where you’ll find a secret code for members only. Use the code to see my Member’s Secret Page on my website, with outtakes and sneak peeks of things to come!

PPS. Fancy a Lucky Packet to brighten up someone’s springtime? 

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