It's Christmas, right?
November has arrived and we were joking that this month is more about Christmas than Thanksgiving. Sure, we are thankful for all we have, but we also look forward to the most wonderful time of the year. The lights, the goodwill, the generosity, it comes out this season. I want to soak up as much of that as possible.
We recently stayed at a campground in Asheville, NC that had cable. Which meant that I had access to the Hallmark Channel. I watched at least 6 Christmas movies, and parts of others. I was in my element.
I know there are a lot of jokes about Hallmark movies. My husband likes to play Hallmark BINGO.
I love that there's a happily ever after. That is the key to a romance novel and the novels that I write. There has to be a satisfying ending for my heroes and heroines.
We are spending this month in South Carolina near where we are building a house. Building is a terribly slow process and I feel like it's one step forward and three back. The PODS full our stuff was delivered to the house today. We have a month to unload them. Let's hope the house is done so we can.
Last night, I started and almost finished Debbie Macomber's new Christmas book, "The Christmas Spirit". It's the first Christmas book of the season for me and I love how Debbie weaves a story.
My Christmas story is about a single mom raising two teenagers, when her oldest gets into trouble at the local tree farm.
If you want to read my free Christmas story, click here