Angels Of The Fallen, The Watchers

Friday, July 20, 2012

Jose Enrique's Hot & Spicy Salsa

This is an awesome Hot & Spicy salsa recipe 

You will need

8- Jose Enrique's hot green jalapeno peppers
2-Jessica red tomatoes or you can use one 8oz can of tomato sauce 
1-Mexican cartel white onion
1-De La Cruz familia cilantro (bundle)
1-teaspoon salt
Optional garlic to your Hot & Spicy taste

You will need to boil Jose Enrique's hot green jalapeno peppers and Jessica's red tomatoes until soft and cooked.  

Take the Mexican cartel cilantro bundle and rinse.  Then cut off the stems, only use the leaf.

You then throw Jose Enrique's hot jalapeno peppers  (without stems), Jessica's red tomatoes (skinned), 1/2 of the Mexican cartel white onion, the De La Cruz  famila cilantro, and salt into blender.

You blend to the Hot & Spicy desired consistency that you love. If you want it even hotter you need to use additional Jose Enrique’s hot green jalapeno peppers or use some serrano peppers.

Now you have your very own Jose Enrique's Hot & Spicy salsa!


Let me know how you like Jose Enrique's Hot & Spicy Salas  

P.S. I have a little story, I had a dear friend of mine (years ago) taste my homemade tamales.  Lol, she didn’t enjoy them and she said they were hard to chew. I said what you mean they were hard to chew. I’m thinking to myself that the tamales are soft (not to brag, but awesome). My friend said that she had a hard time chewing the husk, OMG, I couldn’t stop laughing. My friend was really embarrassed when she realized that she was supposed to take off the corn husk.

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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Join The Summer Mini Book Tour

 Orangeberry Summer Splash

Come and join the fun at Orangeberry book tour where we bring authors and readers together. Join the fun at Orangeberry Summer Splash from 1st August to 31st August! A complete month of Orangeberry Book Tours that will bring you one hundred authors and five hundred bloggers in a special mini book tour marathon.  Visit and enjoy all of the fun, books and all of the authors.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Romance, Fantasy, and Magic Author Interview The Plaza by Guillermo Paxton

Romance, Fantasy, and Magic Blog Author Interview 
Guillermo Paxton, Author

Today I have the honor and pleasure of having a good friend and fellow author visiting us on Romance, Fantasy, and Magic Blog. He's the author of the amazing, interesting, and incredible book The Plaza, Guillermo Paxton.

Welcome Guillermo, could you tell us a little bit about yourself.
I first started writing when I was in school, but just for fun, not assignments. I wrote a lot of poetry and short stories. When I was twenty-something I started a novel and everyone who had read the first few chapters told me that I should write for a living- haha, write FOR a living. I really liked that people enjoyed reading what I wrote so I finished the novel and sold it to a few people and never had it published. Years later, living in Juarez, Mexico, I was touched personally by the violence of the drug war and decided to write a fictional piece that portrayed what my family and I were seeing and living through. My family supports me 100% and they think I have a lot of talent, but I realize that they are biased-too bad the wife is not a literary agent. As far as my ideas, well, my imagination and heart of a kid makes for more ideas than time to write them all.

Can you tell us a little about your book?  
The Plaza is “factional”, or fiction based on fact. I’ll let Saul, the reporter, tell you.
“I’ve been a reporter for years, and a resident of Juarez, Mexico all of my life. I’ve never seen anything like it. No one thought the drug war would be like this. My town has become the battleground for drug cartels. Even the police are being killed on a daily basis. Bands of teenagers working as paid assassins & extortionists are hitting every business, no matter how small. Things I took for granted like going to a restaurant, getting a haircut, or even an evening at the movies with my family put all of our lives in danger. Robberies and public executions have become common place. Now when I report only five homicides in twenty-four hours, it is considered a good day.” – Saul Saavedra, crime reporter for The Juarez Daily in THE PLAZA. 

What is your writing process?  
Write it all and then try to sort it out later. 

What was the hardest part for you working on your book?  
The investigations of the brutal crimes were difficult, and put my life on the line several times over.

What influenced or inspired you to write 
I was inspired to write “THE PLAZA” because of the many reporters in Mexico that have died covering the drug war violence, and more specifically the death of Armando Rodriguez of El Diario de Juarez.  

Was there a scene that you didn’t add or remove in your finished work?  
Yes, several scenes about the federal police that didn’t fit with the book- they may turn into another book later. I need to get back at them for having beat me up (no, really) and being lying, murdering and treacherous bastards.  

Do you have a favorite character (from you're book)? Why?
Saul Saavedra is definitely the hero, a reporter who lives on the edge trying to get out the stories that may change his country for the better.  

Do you already know what to do next?    
I do.   

Where can we find more about you and your books?   
I recommend my website and my blog on

or directly through the publisher    

Do you have any last words?
I certainly hope not! I want to be around at least long enough to see THE PLAZA be a best seller or a movie.

I want to give you my thanks for allowing me to have this interview. I also wish you lots of success with your book. I do look forward to seeing the movie.

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Sweet Dreams

Happy Birthday My Sweet Gorgeous ERICA

Sweet dreams, precious moments, and mucho amor Little footsteps, late nights, and escapades

 Sweet little girl, precious young lady, how I enjoyed to see you grow  Little footsteps, transcending into big steps, running through life 

Sweet dreams, precious years, and mucho amor Little footsteps, little time, and I see the years go by

Sweet dreams, precious future, and mucho amor Little footstep, big steps, walking with you through life

Sweet dreams, precious time, and mucho amor Little footstep, big steps, and awesome strides

My dearest daughter, I love you with all my heart!Enjoy this day! Lots of blessing and joy will be my wish for you!

Tu Mama 


Love is the extremely difficult realization that something other than oneself is real. 

The British philosopher and novelist was born on this day in 1919.

Jose Enrique came to this realization!

He realized that Jessy is his alma gemela (soul mate). 

Can Jose Enrique save Jessy? The desperation and anguish drives him crazy!

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