My parents always fought at Christmas. Seriously, they did. It is one of the few times I remember seeing them fight. It really warms my heart to think about it now– as an adult– now that I understand why my mom was screaming and laughing at the same time.
Today I am guest posting at my publisher Still Moment’s website, so please click on over to find out why I am so wacky, and why I remember the fights so fondly.
Click here to be whisked back into the past with me.
Why all the hullabaloo? Well, it’s to promote my two new releases “Make Believe” and “For the Love of Christmas”
And don’t forget to click on “Enter to Win” for a chance to win your choice of the two titles! Yay!
Oh, I almost forgot… A few random commentors along the tour path will win their choice of anthologies, too. So be sure to hop on over and say “Hi”
Hop on over and send me some love!
Visit my Anthology buddies! They are celebrating too!
- Countdown: My Top Ten Childhood Christmas Memories (darsba.wordpress.com)
- Christmas Memories (coffeemuses.com)
- My Favorite Christmas Memory (jlroeder.wordpress.com)
- The Christmas Fiasco (beatingheart27.wordpress.com)
I wish I had taht kind of neatness in my home every Christmas. You should see my living room now, no matter how neat I make it, the boys manage it to mess it up by the time I come home from work. I liked the interview. 🙂
Fun interview, but I’ve got to say, that blog theme was really difficult to read!
Blog theme? What do you mean?
Oops, web layout would be a better term. The interview on the Still Moments page is in a fine-lined black text over a sunset background. There’s not much contrast between the dark text and the dark blue sea/sky. My somewhat aging eyes, even with glasses, found it hard to read. 😉
Ohhhhh. Interesting. I will pass that info on to the publisher. Thanks!
PS. I’ve nominated you (and I think Jenny Keller Ford did too, as I was just there) for the Blogger of the Year Award. Congratulations! You already have 2 stars! Check out either blog to learn more. 🙂
Thanks so much!
Hahaha! I can kind of understand why your mom was mad around the Christmas season. While I’m not a ‘neat freak’ by any stretch of the imagination, I’d probably freak out about that kind of mess, too! 🙂
She was very particular about that white carpet. We were not allowed in that room. 🙂
My Hubby has an aunt with a room like that. There are plastic seat covers on all the furniture and it’s actually roped off so no one will go in there. To me, it seems pointless to have rooms in a home that can’t be used. 🙂