Thursday, November 28, 2013

Lynna's Promise released!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Lynna's Promise was released today and I can't wait for everyone to read it.
As for me, I am anxiously awaiting lunchtime. I am a huge lover of ham, turkey and dressing. My daughter in law, Megan, is cooking the ham. My other daughter in law, Brandy is making creamed potatoes (I know it sounds strange, but my family is not big on potato salad), green beans and biscuits. My sister in law is making turkey, dressing and gravy, and my nieces are doing the rest. You ask, "What are you bringing to the Thanksgiving table, Kitty?"
Good question.
For the first time in many, many years I am not in the kitchen on Thanksgiving morning.
I have been sidelined by a nasty case of double pneumonia. I know right! Can you believe it?
I've had this awful chest cold for about two weeks. No matter how much cough syrup I swallowed it would not break loose in my chest. So, I went to the doctor looking for a stronger cough medicine and, lo and behold, was diagnosed with double pneumonia. Sheesh!
How many days are left in 2013? I am so ready to put this year behind me and start a new one.
Anyway, the meds my doctor prescribed did the trick and I am feeling much better today.
Enjoy your day with your family and then snuggle up with a good book!


Thursday, November 21, 2013

Lynna's Promise

The wait is almost over. First and foremost thank you for the many emails telling me how much you are enjoying the Tropical Paradise Series. I love that you are so excited for the next book. I also appreciate the emails informing me of what you want, and don't want, to read in Book Three.
Ha! Mostly what you don't want. I love it!
So many of you care about what happens to Joshua, Lynna, Clara, and Sean and I am grateful that you are so invested in my writing. I really love reading your emails, so keep in touch.
So, the editing is finished, the cover is in place, which I LOVE,, and Lynna's Promise is ready for her Thanksgiving Day debut. I can't wait for you to read it!
Like most of you, I will be cooking for my family that day. There will be two empty chairs at the table this year, so the joy that normally comes with the holidays will be absent, but with God's grace we will make it.
After you have stuffed your tummy with turkey, dressing, and pecan pie I hope you curl up on the couch with Lynna's Promise and spend a few hours with the Jordan's. Unless, like me, you have already promised to take your grandchildren to see the Disney movie Frozen after lunch.

Happy Thanksgiving from my family to yours!