Everything Old is New Again!

IMG_2114So excited to be here on my brand new blog page — okay well, it’s the old blog with a decidedly upscale re-do.   And I have my fabulous graphic designer Vibeke Courtney at Dream Forge to thank for the transformation.  And it’s not just the blog but my whole website!  It’s a brand new me.

Hope all of you had a fabulous Thanksgiving!  My family was here, so it was a wonderful long weekend here in Connecticut.  Lots of Turkey, gravy, stuffing and pie.  Not to mention all the other goodies we managed to put in our mouths.  And of course there was a lot to be Thankful for.  A new house.  A new puppy (who is 8 months already).  A new town!  And the list goes on and on.  So now that I’m over the Tryptophan and wide awake.  It’s time to start decorating for the holidays.  The picture of the house is from last year before we moved in.  But I’m hoping to do previous owners proud and already have white pine garland and lights to run in the front yard across the fence.   And I want to get some candles for the windows.  (The LED kind – the house may be old but the occupants are firmly living in the 21st century!)  Anyway, lots of decorating to do.  And baking and… yeesh…didn’t I just finish all of that.  Ah, well…IMG_1223

On the writing front, watch for a great sale coming on Endgame courtesy of BookBub, December 21-26.  And check out the newly re-released versions of A Match Made on Madison and Set-up in SoHo.  I’m currently in the plotting stages for a number of projects, including a new time travel and a Matchmaker novella.  I’ve also got more books to re-release.  And all of that will be coming in the new year.  Along with a brand new suspense series in 2015.

So share your Thanksgiving day feast stories –or tell me what you’ve got cooking for the upcoming Holiday.  Or let me know what you think of the new site!  I love hearing from you!

Til’ next time!


14 thoughts on “Everything Old is New Again!”

  1. I’m already starting to think about Christmas breakfast. I love filling the crockpot the night before and waking up to the smell of hot breakfast Christmas morning. One less thing for me to do! So I’ll be doing a Christmas breakfast casserole with eggs, sausage, hashbrowns and cheese. But I’m always looking for something new so if anyone has ideas, I’m game!

    • I do similar with a casserole of eggs, bread, cheese, milk and sausage. Soak over night and bakes up like a soufflé !

  2. Sweet pup! Love those ears.

    Your house is charming.

    Lisa, you should post your recipe on my blog. Sounds perfect!

    Dee, your recipe got a lot of hits!

    Deb, still treeless in CA

  3. Love your newsletters – always interesting and fun. Really looking forward to updates on house and new books, etc.

    Merry, merry to one of my favorite scribes and fellow Texan. Thanks for bringing joy sunshine to my hum-drum days and nights ….

  4. Hello! I just wanted to say I am a new fan, and I LOVE the A-TAC series! I just finished book 7 and was wondering if there would be any more in the future? I hope so…LOVE the stories and characters!!!

    • HI Molly! Dire Distraction was the last of the A-Tac books (at least for now). But I’m currently working on a new RS series that will debut in 2015. And watch for a new rs novel tying in with the re-release of Chain Reaction and Eye of the Storm this year.

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