Sorry about not writing a blog. I’ve been down, but not out, with a bug.
Plenty of good things going on, though. I had lunch with my sister, Pam, yesterday, at PF Chang’s, and we did a little medicinal shopping afterwards at Barnes and Noble.
I’ve made an offer on my dream property outside of Spokane, and it looks like this place will sell any day now.
Best of all, I’m going to LA to spend Christmas with my daughter!
Now, off to smear myself with Vicks, set up my laptop, and work on the story I hope you’ll be reading at this time next year–“I’ll Be Home for Christmas” will headline an anthology from Pocket Books.
In the meantime, the countdown for “One Last Look” has begun. It will hit most stores on December 27. I’m SO excited, and if you’re on our snail-mail list, you can expect a beautiful printed newsletter as well as email notification. (If you’ve signed the guest book on the website, you’re on the list.) The newsletter, prepared by the inimitable Nancy Berland and her wonderful staff, contains pictures of the horses, and of me with some of the Harlequin crew, under the Springwater Station sign my dad made. That’s going in a place of honor in the new place, as I’ve told you, and I’m sure Dad can be prevailed upon to make one for the Triple L.
Maybe you have a blessed weekend.