Christmas Is All Around

Ryan'sChristmasMiracle_MEDThe Festive Season is fast approaching and I find myself in the chaos of the season. I love this time of year, apart from the mad rush. I try to make sure I never forget anything from my long list of must-buys but I always find myself on Christmas Eve dashing to the shops for something as simple as bread or milk. Can you imagine not having a cup of tea on Christmas day morning? It would be a total nightmare and not one I want to live.

I hope to spend this season catching up on some much needed reading and planning my writing list for 2013. I’ve got lots of new ideas and series for Heal_Finalthe coming year. I know in 2013 for sure, I’ll be writing the last of my Unlikely Love books. Once I’ve finished Richard’s story and Tony’s, then that series will be complete. It is always hard to say goodbye to characters and I will miss all of those men for so many different reasons.

There are so many rituals that I partake in throughout this month and I don’t mean anything sinister. Mostly, my rituals are to do with food. I always make my own Christmas cake and one year I want to try making a Christmas pudding.

SHBI have my Yule log and Chocolate Gateaux to make, which is always a pleasure. As you can see, I love this time of year. In fact, this is my favourite time of the year and I wish I could write all my stories about the festive season. There is something so magical and beautiful that fills me up BFCwith warmth. I’ve posted pictures of my Christmas releases because I adore all of their covers.

Anyway, what are your Christmas traditions? Is there anything you could not do without this festive season?

What are you looking forward to this year?

Please, let me know, I look forward to hearing your comments.



One thought on “Christmas Is All Around

  1. Sam says:

    For Christmas we always have tons of food. Ham, turkey, mashed potatoes, deviled eggs, sweet potato pie, pecan pie, fudge, green bean bundles, home made Mac and cheese, broccoli rice, etc. we get together on Christmas Eve and sing Christmas songs and open presents. Towards the end we open what we call our time capsules (wishes that we wrote down and prayed over the prior Christmas Eve) and read what we wrote the year before. We then write down wishes for the soon to be new year and seal up to open the following Christmas.

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