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The Dark Dozen: Stories for Scarborough
by Travis Luedke, C.N. Lesley, Danielle DeVor, Maer Wilson, Steven Ramirez, Jody A. Kessler, Louann Carroll, Ross G. Homer, M. Joseph Murphy, Robert P. Wills, Karenne Griffin, and Allan B. Anderson
Genre: Horror, Science Fiction
Release Date: December 2, 2015


This fund-raising anthology of Horror and Sci-Fi short stories was created to benefit Altoine Scarborough, a man in desperate need of a heart transplant. The stories, cover art, formatting, editing and compilation were all donated. Every penny of the royalties we receive will go to Al’s GOFUNDME project. (MW)

Vampires to ghosts to monsters—and futures we won’t want to see come true—fill this collection of dark stories that are sure to give you chills. This stellar, fan-favorite group, which includes award-winning and best-selling authors, brings a unique voice to some familiar and not-so-familiar creatures…

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25 Easy & Fun Christmas Crafts for Kids

25 Easy & Fun Christmas Crafts for Kids | make these fun and easy Christmas crafts with your kids this holiday season in this round up of favorites

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Easy No Bake Mini Cheesecakes

These no bake Mini Cheesecakes are always a huge hit with my family and friends, are easy to whip up, and can be dressed up in lots of fun ways. Enjoy!

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The Southern Chocolatier – Double Chocolate Brownie Cheesecake!

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Double Chocolate Brownie Cheesecake with Salted Caramel Wet Walnuts- worth every flippin' calorie!

Double Chocolate Brownie Cheesecake with Salted Caramel Wet Walnuts- worth every flippin' calorie!This double chocolate brownie cheesecake is worth every sinful calorie!  A smooth, dense chocolate cheesecake filling is baked over a fudge-y brownie base, then crowned with gooey, buttery, salted caramel wet walnut topping.  You’ll think you’ve died and gone to heaven!  

It’s creamy and dense, just like any New York style cheesecake ought to be, but with the added indulgence of deep, rich, chocolate.  As if that weren’t enough, we are baking it over a thin layer of the fudge-iest cocoa brownie, and then topping it with toasty walnuts that have been drowned in gooey, butter-y, salted caramel sauce.  It just doesn’t get any better!

You may notice this recipe states that the cheesecake should be baked in a cake pan.  This is a little unorthodox, I know.  Most of the time, cheesecakes are baked in a springform pan with removable sides.  But here’s the thing: a cheesecake wants to be…

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