Friday Ramblings From An Author-It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas!

Oh no, it’s snowing yet again.  And yes, it does look like a Christmas card setting outside but I’m dreaming of warmer climates and maybe a beach…

The mini-retreat is now history and the two weeks flew by. If you were one of the students, thank you for signing up, and I hope you had fun and downloaded your parting gift this morning.

It’s been a busy week to say the least. I’ve been trying to get the last of the work of 2019 ready so I can take a break over the holidays. Yesterday, I published a back title. One in my Kalispell Shifters series. Here’s a look at the cover that I made myself.

Christmas with Two Alphas

Next week, I’ll be releasing two new e-books, not writing related. I started my Fabulously You series last year, intended to write more and didn’t get around to it. So, I sat myself down and decided to put two together with topics that I think are popular as one year turns into another. One’s about losing weight and the other, setting goals. I’ll tell you more about them next week.

I’ve also been working on more planners and journals for the new year and brainstorming new classes.

Next week, I’ll post the last of the Tuesday and Thursday features for 2019, one will be about my goals for 2020, and the other,  writing resolutions that I hope you’ll find useful.

That’s about it for this work week. Thank you to Maagela for being the final guest blogger of the year, her topic certainly hit home with me.

Have a fun week and happy writing to all. 

Friday Ramblings

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