Tag: traditions

  • Breaking with Tradition

    Today is Thanksgiving here in Canada. (Happy, happy Thanksgiving to all my fellow Canadians!!!) For the past 23 years in my house, that has meant a minimum of two days of preparation leading to a full turkey dinner for family (and frequently friends). It’s a production and a half that begins with a trip to…

  • The Fluidity of Traditions

    Happy¬†Monday! I hope you’ve all had a wonderful holiday (assuming you celebrate)…or at least a great last week! Things were a little crazy around here, hence the sound of crickets you may have heard where my blog was concerned…oops. ūüėČ I don’t know what it is about me and the Christmas season, but no matter…

  • Holiday Traditions & Memories with Karen Docter

    Welcome back to my¬†Holiday Traditions & Memories¬†event, where some wonderful authors are sharing favorite traditions and/or memories with you. Today‚Äôs guest is¬†Karen Docter, an award winning author of two different kinds of romance novels. Karen‚Äôs contemporaries are cute romantic comedies‚ÄĒshe loves writing about real men and women with dreams and goals that don’t allow for…

  • Holiday Traditions & Memories with Michelle M. Pillow

    Welcome back to my Holiday Traditions & Memories event, where some wonderful authors are sharing favorite traditions and/or memories with you. Today‚Äôs guest is Michelle M. Pillow, Author of All Things Romance‚ĄĘ. Michelle is a multi-published, award winning author writing in many romance fiction genres including futuristic, paranormal, historical, contemporary, fantasy and dark paranormal. Ever…

  • Holiday Traditions & Memories with Julie Butcher

    Welcome back to my¬†Holiday Traditions & Memories¬†event, where some wonderful authors are sharing favorite traditions and/or memories with you. Today‚Äôs guest is up-and-coming author Julie Butcher, who is also the Buzzy Mag Columnist & Pundit. Julie¬†is represented by the awesomeness that is Deidre Knight, and lives with her husband and six children on the fringes…

  • Holiday Traditions & Memories with Kelly Meding

    Welcome to my¬†Holiday Traditions & Memories¬†event, where some wonderful authors are sharing favorite traditions and/or memories with you. Today‚Äôs guest is Kelly Meding, author of the Dreg City urban fantasy series. Born and raised in Southern Delaware, Kelly Meding survived five years in the hustle and bustle of Northern Virginia, only to retreat back to…

  • Holiday Traditions & Memories with Mike Mullin

    Welcome to my¬†Holiday Traditions & Memories¬†event, where some wonderful authors are sharing favorite traditions and/or memories with you. Today‚Äôs guest is Mike Mullin, author of the fabulous (yes, I‚Äôve read them!) YA dystopians Ashfall and Ashen Winter. Mike‚Äôs first job was scraping the gum off the undersides of desks at his high school. From there,…

  • Holiday Traditions & Memories with Kerry Schafter

    Welcome to my Holiday Traditions & Memories event, where some wonderful authors are sharing favorite traditions and/or memories with you. Today‚Äôs guest is Kerry Schafer, author of the best-selling urban fantasy Between. Kerry was born and raised in Canada, moved back and forth across the border several times, and finally settled on a compromise. She…

  • Holiday Traditions & Memories with Erin Kellison

    Welcome to my Holiday Traditions & Memories event, where some wonderful authors are sharing favorite traditions and/or memories with you. My very first guest (bless her heart for meeting my short deadline!) is Erin Kellison, author of the dark fantasy romance¬†Shadow,¬†Shadow Touch, and¬†Shadow Kissed¬†series. Stories have always been a central part of Erin’s life. She…

  • Holiday traditions and memories

    When I posted my 30 Days of Holiday Magic Giveaway last week, I invited readers to share a holiday tradition or memory with me as a way to enter the giveaway.¬† And you have…but in a fashion that has surprised me, humbled me, and warmed every corner of my heart. Your stories are funny, uplifting,…