Have you ever been to South Florida in the summer when the air conditioning system breaks down? I have. In the middle of the night, we stood outside under a hose trying to cool off. I was miserable, which made me wonder—how did people in Florida manage to keep cool before there was air conditioning? One answer: Art Deco.
Talcum powder, paper fans, and glasses of iced tea helped many a Southern belle keep cool, but the relentless heat and glare of the south Florida sun required extra help to keep its patrons from becoming overheated. Art Deco was cool in more ways than one.
Sherri Stewart loves a clean novel, sprinkled with romance and a strong message that challenges her faith. She spends her working hours with books—either editing others’ manuscripts or writing her own. Her passion is traveling to the settings of her books and sampling the food. She loves the Netherlands, and she’s still learning Dutch, although she doesn’t need to since everyone speaks perfect English. A recent widow, Sherri lives in Orlando with her lazy dog, Lily. She shares recipes, tidbits of the book’s locations, and pix in her newsletter. Subscribe at http://eepurl.com/gZ-mv9
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