The Holidays will soon be upon us, where did the summer go?
Do you feel this way every fall as well? Lots of things have happened in the last few months. My husband and I traveled to France and Normandy in what had to be a dream vacation. My new grandson, Charles Anthony MacMeans was born, and I have a new release, a novella titled “Blame the Moonlight” in Welcome to Haven Harbor. My story features a contemporary descendant of the Nevidimi, an ancient race of people that turn invisible in moonlight.
This race was first introduced in Bound by Moonlight, the book that won Romantic Times Critic’s Choice award for Love and Laughter. The novella is a lot of fun. I hope you give it a try.
But I’m ready for all the traveling that occurs in the next few months, and the cooking and shopping that comes with Thanksgiving and Christmas. I’m finishing up a new counted cross-stitch Christmas tree skirt that I hope will be a cherished heirloom. And I’m scheduling in lots of time for Christmas shopping (did I mention that new grandson?) 🙂
If you need a break in the weeks ahead, think about settling in with a nice cup of tea and Scotland Christmas Reunion (a short story involving the Rake Patrol) or Charming the Professor, a time-travel that’s fun no matter the season. Just know that I’m busy writing away on To Bait a Rake – the next Rake Patrol novel—and will have news to report about a release in the new year!