What did you used to Make Believe about when you were a child? Cabana Boys? (Who doesn’t love a good cabana boy?)

What did you Make Believe as a child?  What a great question.  I’ve done a lot of interviews on this blog tour, and being that one of the anthologies I am in is called “Make Believe” you would think that wold be a common question … but it was only asked once, by the lovely and talented Vanessa Chapman (Who, come to think of it, talked the Little Blue Lady into setting me free when I was kidnapped, and received an ARC of Make Believe.)  Hmmmm…. I think I’m due a review from her sometime soon.

Today you can find me on both Vanessa Chapman’s site talking about Make Believe, and also talking about “For the Love of CHristmas” at Dawn’s Reading Nook where I’ll be talking about Mango smoothies and cabana boys.  Mmmmm Sounds great, doesn’t it?

When you come back, I’d love to hear about what you dis for Make Believe when you were a kid.  But if you want to talk about cabana boys, that’s cool too.  🙂ChristmasFiligree

Make BelieveFor The Love Of Christmas CoverWhy all the hullabaloo? Well, it’s to promote my two new releases “Make Believe” and “For the Love of Christmas”

That’s why!

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!

Click on over to see my interview with Vanessa Chapman

Or Click here to ferry on over to Dawn’s Reading Nook


Visit my Anthology buddies!  They are celebrating too!

Jenny Keller Ford

J.A. Belfield

Kelly Said

Lynda R. Young

Terri Rochenski

Janelle Lee

Dani-Lyn Alexander



15 responses to “What did you used to Make Believe about when you were a child? Cabana Boys? (Who doesn’t love a good cabana boy?)

  1. Hmm, cabana boys were not on my radar…. I really was a late bloomer, I think. 😉 My Breyer horses were the center of my make believe, where I was a champion rider and married various “teen idols.” Barbie dolls were accessories for the horses, not the other way round!

  2. I used to claim that I was a dog. Had a pedigree and everything. Quarter dingo, quarter collie, quarter wolf and quarter golden retriever. Said I could talk to dogs and everything.

  3. I entered the world of BONANZA when I was really young (yes, quite an imagination, because I was “Little Joe”). I suppose this ages me, but that was long long ago.

  4. Sheesh, Cabana boys. Why didn’t I think of that? Apparently I was sheltered because I spent my childhood pretending I was a horse. Congrats and best of luck with both of your releases, Jennifer.

  5. Yay! I’m so pleased that you are chatting over at my place today! I loved the anthology, but yes, you’re right, I haven’t done a review have I, oops! I shall set myself the challenge of getting it done before the end of the blog tour…

  6. I had lots of fun playing make believe as a kid. I had paper dolls that I cut out of my Grandma’s Sears catalog and I’d pretend little child soap operas with those poor people.