Author Archives: Julie Thompson

Table for One

by Julie T. Meal Ideas for Individuals & Double Dining When I find myself foraging solo, I’m not necessarily motivated to cook. Growing up, my mom was a master of whipping up large quantities of food for our sizeable family. My siblings and I had our own, assembly-line role to play, from nuking a can […]

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Prose Bowl 2019: Round 2

  By Julie T. And then there were… I hope your favorite books made it through the first round of voting! Now that we’re underway in week 2, the voting gets tougher.  You rallied behind your choices with nearly a thousand votes total!   Crime Fiction Kingdom of the Blind, from last year’s winner Louise […]

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Come Fly with Me

By Julie T. I’m a casual birder, taking enjoyment in Dark-eyed Juncos dancing along suburban sidewalks, skies filled with crows en route to Bothell, and squadrons of brown pelicans soaring over rocky ocean outcroppings. On a recent morning over coffee, my mother-in-law identified birds flitting about the blackberry brambles across the street from her house. […]

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