Thank you Elle for giving me the opportunity to wish everyone a happy New Year.
My life in New York has been exciting and I have found out so much. I can't wait to share it with everyone in Bite the Big Apple- Baby Girl Book 4, coming out in January.
We only get the chance to live once and I've never been one who doesn't enjoy my surroundings- Paris, San Francisco- anywhereville. For New years I'm anxiously awaiting the chance to see the mega fireworks display and ball drop in person!
Hope to see you in Times Square where we can countdown to the New Year together and drink to a toast with champagne!
Crazier things have happened. I want to share the cool stuff that's been happening!
First Double Decker books is hosting a Big Ben tour for my new release Eye of the Storm Eilida's Tragedy.
Coffee with Elle Klass
Hot Coco excerpt
Large English Tea
Eye of the Storm received a great new review today at Amazon!
Another fabulous Amazon review from just a couple days ago.
You can also find it this month at Indie Book of the Day and Story Finds.
I also finally uploaded Moonlighting in Paris- Baby Girl Book 2 to smashwords. The book can now also be found at Barnes and Noble, Google Play, iBooks, as well as Amazon, and Amazon.co.uk.
This evening I have been working on something very special. Recently, I became aware of the Authors Supporting Our Troops webpage. I encourage you to check out their page.
For me this is personal as I live in a city that is hugely Navy or retired Navy. Many of my friends are serving or have served in the arm forces. Some have been there during or close to war time. They have spent months away from their families abroad and aboard ships. Missed the birth of their children, their daughters graduation, or son's big moment when he ran in the winning touchdown.
Many of our soldiers are in remote areas where they have no or limited access. A book gives them something to keep their mind busy. In some cases a book may help them cope with the stress of hostile conditions.
I have chosen to donate 2 copies of each of my paperbacks. My wishes are they will reach a soldier who is need of the joy of reading and even the escape.
I wish the best for all our men and women who serve and happy holidays!
I don't think it's possible for creativity to be a negative thing.