Holiday Panic? No! How about Fun!

Where has the month gone? Last time I looked it was Thanksgiving and now it’s Saturday, December 12th! I know I’m not alone in my holiday panic, but I still have shopping, cards, baking–deep breath–and writing! Why oh why can’t I just take the month of December off from my day job to do all the important things in life, LOL!!?

I’m not letting myself go totally crazy though. This weekend, I’m sitting down with books from my keep shelf and revisiting old friends. I’m thumbing through:

Love Bites AND Joe’s Girl by Margaret St. George (aka Maggie Osborne)
Sands of Time AND Sheep’s Clothing by Susan May Warren
Letters From a Stranger by Connie Rinehold
Flowers on the Storm AND Uncertain Magic by Laura Kinsale

Take note, these books are not in my writing genre. They are books that captivated me long before I thought to write love stories about cowboys and unsuspecting heroines who needed a touch of God’s love to help them find their way : ) The titles above offer characters that dug into my heart and intend to reside for years to come.

If you have a second, share your favorite book(s) with me. I hearing about authors that have left deep, lasting impressions on tender hearts : )

Okay, on to other things…

Have you been to Seekerville lately? You’ll not want to miss the great line up of posts this week:

Monday: Love Inspired Historical author Janet Dean is our hostess today and she’s giving away a copy of her February release, The Substitute Bride.

Tuesday: Love Inspired author Cheryl Wyatt shares today.

Wednesday: Our guest is multi-published Love Inspired and Love Inspired Suspense author, Margaret Daley.

Thursday: Love Inspired Suspense Suspense and Zondervan author, Camy Tang leads the fun.

Friday: Love Inspired debut author, Ruth Logan Herne is your blogging and baking hostess.

Enjoy the Christmas cheer and make the most of the holiday spirit!
Happy Hanukkah, too!

Blessings to all : )
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One Response to Holiday Panic? No! How about Fun!

  1. Blasé says:

    “Slow and Simple”…hmm, that’s what she said…

    Folks are just too much in a hurry nowadays.