Why Think About Christmas in September?
What do you think about when you think of childhood Christmases? I think of thick, fat snowflakes falling down. Driving to my grandparents’ mobile home. Sitting by the woodstove, eating homemade enchiladas, and opening a large pile of presents. I grew up in a small, mill town of Weed, California. All my favorite childhood memories are centered there.
Why am I thinking about Christmas in September? For two reasons:
1. My book Where Treetops Glisten just released! This is a collection of WWII novellas set in World War II.
In my story, Meredith (Merry) is on the front lines in The Netherlands, and all she can think about is her home and her family that she left behind.
I’ve been thinking a lot of hometowns and family in my real life, too.
2. My own hometown has faced a great tragedy…
To celebrate launch of The Lulu Tree Boutique, I’m doing a giveaway!
Ten winners will receive a copy of my book“Life Interrupted.” One grand prize winner will receive “Life Interrupted” and a Lulu Doll! Only those in the U.S. are eligible to win. Winners will receive an email and be announced next week! a Rafflecopter giveaway