A week before Thanksgiving and I'm Thankful... #LucindaRace
I love the month of November even as the temps drop and the days get shorter it’s a time to slow down and think about life. I have many things to be thankful for this year. Prior to the Great Pause, we moved my parents back to town. They’re in their 80’s so it was time. Sadly, because of the pandemic, all the cookouts and holiday meals will have to wait another year but at least we can visit in the driveway or bump into them in the parking lot at the grocery store. The highlight of my parents’ days are when they see daughter #2 in the parking lot. It really is the little things that make life worth living. I continue to work from my home office and I’m content to handle the day job responsibility with my two pups sleeping next to my desk and my coffee pot is always hot and the cream always cold. What’s not to be thankful there, right?
In addition to the day job I’ve been writing as if my brain were a faucet and it’s open all the way. Words flow through my fingers to the screen every time I open my current WIP, (work in progress). I will be releasing the prequel, Blends, to The Crescent Lake Winery Series at the end of this month, so make sure you’re on my NEWSLETTER email list to get your FREE copy.
My most recent project, I’ve released a Christmas novella, Holiday Heart Wishes, as part of Christmas Comes to Dickens anthology. I worked with 9 amazing authors to release this and it is available for a limited time at the special price of 99 pennies… and as our special gift to our readers, a FREE Cookie Recipe book. Christmas Comes to DickensIt's a Dickens of a Cookie
Before I sign off for this month I’d like to say I’m very thankful to be a part of the Romance Gems group where I can connect with readers who love to read the kind of books that I love to write. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Please know when you open one of my romance novels I strive to write the book that will touch your heart.