Joined 8 years ago from Wichita Falls, Texas
Born in a backwater on the Texas coast and raised on the Rolling Plains of North Texas and Southern Oklahoma, Jim has been pursuing well-crafted writing since first editing his original collection of Little Golden Books. He reckons he will find Bigfoot before writing the next great American novel, but a love of the chase keeps him in the hunt.
Singer, sailor, editor, call-center wage slave, Jim shares his personal roads less travelled with soulmates AnniePie Miller and Beano, a three-year-old boglen terrier. His first ebook, The Elderly American Songbook, is a work-in-progress targeted for release on Amazon some time before hell freezes over.
5 weeks ago
Both honey and agave nectar are natural sweeteners that can be used to replace white sugar, but how do they stack up in the kitchen?
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