First off, please join me December 5th at Fresh Fiction blog where my topic will be: Hand Me That Gun, Please? No, it isn’t a holiday shopping story gone horribly awry, the blog is about my latest book, Too Close for Comfort, and the great lengths to which I sometimes go in the name of research. I’ll be giving away to one commenter an e-book copy of my award winning book, One for the Road.
Now, on with the blog!
I’ve tried my best not to get swept up into the holiday frenzy going on around me, but somehow I have failed. Miserably.
So far I’ve seen two Christmas concerts given by nearby University Music Departments, and I have another concert planned soon. My husband and I bought new lawn decorations, and I’m frantically working on getting the house in order for the holidays.
To make matters more complicated, I’m participating in a few writing related events, and there are a couple of other things I’d love to share with you.
12 Days of Christmas – 12 authors, 12 e-books, plus a Swiss-Colony box as the grand prize. More information and blog links to come next week. Be sure to check back on December 17th.
December 14th I will be participating in the Harlequin Community Open House with my fellow Medical Romance and Special Edition authors. We will be giving away loads of books. I’ve signed up to give away Dr. Tall, Dark…and Dangerous? plus a Christmas card and a small surprise at the Medical Romance party, and Courting His Favorite Nurse, plus a Christmas card and a lovely decoration at the Special Edition party. All anyone has to do is leave a comment and the coordinators will choose the winners.
If you haven’t heard yet, TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT is on sale at the usual e-book retailers until December 14th at midnight, for 99cents! That’s five dollars off the normal price. What a bargain.
Next week I’m going to share my holiday progress with a picture from my countdown to Christmas decoration. I will also (hopefully) have some good news on the writing front to share.
In the meantime, don’t hit that spiked eggnog too hard, limit yourself to two holiday cookies a day, and keep your credit card in a safe place so you won’t use it unless it’s an emergency.
P.S. Holiday shopping is NOT, I repeat, is NOT, considered an emergency. 🙂
Until next week, make it a great one!