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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

2017 is Right Around the Corner

It’s the Tuesday after Christmas (I know, I’m so late writing this) and 2017 is right around the corner (2016 just flew by, didn’t it?).  Hope you all had a wonderful holiday! The DH and I had a quiet, low-key Christmas spent with a small, intimate group of family/friends, mostly because we are both dealing with this creeping crud that’s going around (I saw someone called it The Big Yuck and I thought that was appropriate). We did not pass our germs around—everyone else had it as well.
         2016 was a good year. I was fortunate enough to attend two conferences (a reader’s conference in Nashville which was a hoot) and the big RWA conference in San Diego. I enjoyed both immensely! I did NOT lose the weight I wanted to, but I have made a great start toward that goal and dropped a few pounds (which is really hard over the holidays, especially with all the good food and rich desserts to be had). And I finally (FINALLY!!!) finished A Kiss in the Morning Mist, the second in the MacDermott Brother’s trilogy. It’s going through beta-read right now. Oh, and I’ve started Book 3.
2017 is going to be a great year as well. I can feel it in my bones. I have a few goals that I hope to meet, but more importantly, I have wishes for you: Good health, good fortune, lots of good books to read and many, many blessings!

As always, happy reading and Happy New Year!

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