This is coffee
I spent this weekend going over the revisions to the manuscript for book three. I couldn't imagine remaining stuck at home with such beautiful weather so I schlepped my manuscript with me and took a ride on my bike. Besides getting out of the house, a change in scenery stimulates the brain (draft beer helps). First stop, the Ogden Street South pub, a friendly joint long on character. I got through eighty pages.
Afterwards, I headed north to the Aviano Cafe, a place I discovered a couple of weeks back. It's upscale though casual and serves the Best Cup of Coffee
in Denver. Here's their welcome mat.
Doug the barista brewed this awesome latte that kept me going for another hundred pages. Now this is a cuppa joe.
Then time to go home and make dinner. One of the reasons I got married was that I didn't cook, not even toast. Well, a couple of life detours later, here I am divorced and my youngest son living with me again. A former hamburger man, the fear of Mad Cow Disease means he's given up red meat so I cook a lot of chicken and this, Fruit Fish. Whaddaya think?
Finally, thought it's not food related, this trailer for ThrillerFest will get your appetite going to write mayhem and murder. CLICK HERE