Merry Christmas everyone! Just taking a minute to wish all of you the very best this holiday season has to offer (and avoid all that needs to be done this eve of our Lord’s birth that much longer, lol). To those of you who celebrated Hannukah, hope the Festival of Lights was peaceful, joyful and relatively stress-free. (Sorry I didn’t post earlier. Don’t know why I can’t get organized. Maybe it’s my haphazard work schedule spilling over into my ‘other lives.) ‘To those who look forward to Kwaanza, may the blessings of the first fruits shower you and yours!
May you know peace, health and joy today and throughout the twelve days of Christmas! My most humble and heartfelt thanks to each of you for your support throughout my first year as a published author. I’ve learned so much and have so much to put into play. I commented on Stacey Wilk’s blog (http://staceywilk.blogspot.com) yesterday that time is the gift I want most. (Not discounting one’s health, first and foremost. A little estra cash won’t hurt none neither :)) It’s what most of us seem to have next to none of to spare these days–and I feel that my writing is suffering from that big-time.
Anyway, here’s to everyone’s wishes coming true. In the true spirit of romance, we can hope and believe.
With much affection,