Greetings from the snowy Midwest!
During our hot summer I found myself longing for winter. Now, I’m not sure which is better! I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and will have a happy and healthy year ahead.
FINAL CHANCE was out last fall, and is the second of five novels in my new Montana Secrets romantic mystery series. All of them will be released by early spring, and can be read in any order.
CLICK HERE for the Amazon link for FINAL CHANCE.
Here’s a quick blurb:
Arson. Attempted murder. And Kris Donaldson is the prime suspect. Why won’t anyone believe she’s innocent?
After years on the run from an abusive ex, Kris receives an unexpected inheritance, an acreage in the Rockies near a small, quaint mountain town. It’s her dream come true–a chance to establish an animal rescue and finally lead a peaceful life. Perhaps there’s even a chance of forever-after with the intriguing rancher next door.
But her dreams might just prove fatal.
The next title, FINAL PURSUIT, will be released January 27th .
Did you answer any of the questions in the December newsletter or blog post?
The questions were what are your favorite foods at Christmas, and do you have a favorite memory from Christmases past? Here are the contest winners.
Winners, use the Contact Me button here on my website so you can choose one of my Christmas novellas as your prize.
My favorite Christmas food is Poppyseed cake rolade with honey poppy seed filling and raisins, and sugared glaze!
2. Sara T.
My favorite Christmas food is the Glazed Ham and Mashed Potatoes and Gravy! Plus my daughter’s Homemade Peanut Butter Fudge! Congratulations on your New GrandBaby And Merry Christmas!
3. Cindy M.
We always traveled to my paternal grandparents for Christmas Eve and
Christmas Day. We lived three hours away. Because of this my grandparents would come up to our house to stay a weekend before Christmas. This happened the weekend my grandparents were visiting.
When I was young around 4 or 5, my Dad tried to get me to go outside and get a bike that was left out by the road. I would not go. All of the adults tried to get me to go and nope, I would not. It was dark and I was scared to go out by myself. My middle sister said she would go get it and they said okay. When she opened the door Santa had came early. All of our gifts were laid out on the porch.
Santa always brought my cousins’ gifts to my grandparents’ house. But Santa always knew we would not be home, so he made a special trip and delivered our gifts early. This way my parents wouldn’t have to bring all the gifts home.
This is one of many memories I have.
THE NEW QUESTIONS IN THIS JANUARY, 2022 NEWSLETTER:
To write a comment or answer, scroll down to the Comment section to reply. The winners will receive a free copy of one of FINAL REFUGE, Book #1 in my current series.
**Note: if you send answers to my questions of the month, be sure to check the next month’s newsletter to see if you are a winner!
Look below for my gift to you—links to ONLINE BOOK FAIRS!
I love sharing these opportunities with you every month.
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Wishing you all a wonderful New Year!