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Sunday, December 20, 2015

A season of hope and promise


From My House to Yours, MERRY CHRISTMAS 
cj Sez:  My shopping is done, and my presents are wrapped and under the tree, (Yay) and if the picture above looks familiar, it is. I was going to have son Jeff take a new picture of my decorations for the blog, then discovered that my room looked exactly the same as it did last year. I am nothing if not consistent (or monotonous).

I have many blessings to be thankful for this Christmas—good health for me and my family, marvelous friends, and you, my readers of this blog and of my books.

I was fortunate to receive a special early gift this year when CHOOSING CARTER was picked up by publisher Crimson Romance. The eBook launched in July and the paperback in September. My second book on Amazon also brought more readers to my first, DEADLY STAR. It’s all about name recognition and marketing. I am, however, a very slow writer, but that tells me I’d do well to get my brain in gear and finish another book. 

In late October, I served on a “Writing Romantic Suspense” panel with a group of talented writers at Killer Nashville. That was another gift...a learning experience and a pleasure.

It’s now a little more than a week away from the new year, and it seems that 2015 has sped by. Another year is nearly gone, and I'm looking forward to the next one, praying it’ll bring continued health, a bit of happiness, and most of all, peace to the turmoil.

I wish all you-all Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. May this season of hope and promise bring joy to you and your loved ones. 

cj 

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(PS: If you're still wondering what to give someone, give them an adventure...give them a book.)  


1 comment:

  1. Your house looks beautiful, even if it is last year's. Congrats on the new publication!

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