Checking In

It was a wonderful treat to have so many of my family here for Thanksgiving.  We also had some of Ty’s best friends from Hawaii, Tucker and Nichole, here, too, which made it a full house, and a fun house, and with all the work we did, trying to get ready for our guests, this 1927 Spanish Colonial Revival finally feels like home.

I did spent Saturday and Sunday writing, and am about to get down to writing now.  This book I’m working on is really interesting, and I love the story and how the characters are coming to life, but I’ve got a long way to go.  Writing always takes time, and its the one thing (like so many of you!!) I’m short on.

I’m going to be writing long hours all week, until I head to Houston on Friday for Saturday’s tea in Houston, and then to Dallas Saturday night for the Sunday tea in Dallas at the Adolphus.  If you can join me for one of my teas, please do as I’d love, love, love to see you!  Invite details are here on my site on my events page, and email me if you’ve got questions.  There is no charge for the tea, and you are welcome to bring any and all books for me to sign.  And if you’re wanting a signed copy of The Good Woman to give to someone this Christmas, I’ll have books with me at both events.

Now I’m back to Sarah and Boone and Meg and Lauren (a new character I love!!).  Please update me on your weekend and how your Thanksgiving went.  I will be drawing a winner first thing in the morning from the comments below for a special Fall Harvest prize box sitting on my desk.  The prize must be claimed tomorrow, too, so if you enter, check back to see if you’ve won because I want to get this prize out in the mail before I start my holiday giveaways this weekend!!

Love to all and let’s have a great week!



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