It’s Christmas Eve eve. The tree is trimmed, the gifts are wrapped, the cookies are baked. Cards didn’t get done again this year, but all told, I can’t complain. I got most of the items crossed off my to-do list.
One last gift… It’s something I can’t wrap, but I’m happy to give it to you. From now until end-of-day January 1, I’m offering my novella, When We Finally Kiss Goodnight, as a free download. This is for you, my loyal readers, and it’s also for your last minute gift giving. If you’d like to give the link to your family and friends, feel free to do so. It’s the season of generosity, and I’m happy to send this story with my heartfelt thanks. (Click this link to download.)
I’m now officially ready to go on hiatus until the new year. I know I said that earlier this month—and then continued to post—but today is it. Time for family, food, fun, and faith until 2017.
I don’t know if you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, Saturnalia, Yuletide, Festivus, a mix of the above, something else entirely, or nothing at all. But regardless, I’m wishing all of you a safe and happy holiday and a peaceful and prosperous new year.
Until next January…