I’m ready to go out the door, so I decided to take one more opportunity to write.
The sunrise is lovely, we still have snow on the ground, and just a little while ago, I saw a lone coyote trotting by at the top of the draw. The wild turkeys have taken to the trees–I wondered where they found shelter–but they’ll be around later to peck at the ground and drive my poor Yorkie crazy. She considers them a grim threat to the safety of the household, along with the UPS man and the propane-delivery guy, and is quick to raise the alarm. Sadie-beagle just wags her tail, smiles a dog smile, and wonders if they have any food on them.
Many, many good things are happening. I just learned I’ll be doing a series of Christmas books for Harlequin’s HQN imprint, starting with a revisit to Doss and Hannah, of “Sierra’s Homecoming”, and I’m super-excited about that.
I’ll be talking to you when I get back. Have a wonderful weekend. I certainly intend to!
P.S. If you’d like to hear one of my recent radio interviews, it’s available at www.goodnewsbroadcast.com