My romantic women’s fiction title, Vanity Fare (w/a Megan Caldwell), is out at the very, very end of this year. Then there are at least three Megan Frampton historical releases: Hero of My Heart, which comes out April 8, then a short story titled Her Betrothed’s Dilemma, and then another full-length, title TBD, coming in October.
Huh. I really loved Molly O’Keefe’s contemporary, Can’t Buy Me Love. I also thought A Gentleman Undone by Cecilia Grant was stupendous.
The pomegranate and prosecco cocktails we have on Christmas Eve. Makes dealing with the family a wee bit easier.
Little Drummer Boy.
Every year, my husband Scott makes a Christmas mix CD that we send out to family and friends. He has an enormous Christmas music collection, and his discs are amazing. Plus he’s on a mission to find versions of “Little Drummer Boy” (see above) that I can tolerate.
My mother-in-law makes homemade donuts and cinnamon buns on Christmas Eve, which we eat Christmas morning.
A contact lens case from one of my closest friends. I haven’t worn contact lenses since I was thirty years old.
I like to think I am an awesome gift-giver, but I know I’ve given my husband some shirts he thinks would look better on my gay black husband.
This is an odd one, but one holiday I had a tremendously bad asthma attack, and I spent Christmas Eve on the couch looking at our tree without my glasses. Because of my astigmatism, the lights kept oscillating, and it was so pretty. I felt very at peace at that moment.
Instead of leaving cookies and milk for Santa, I left a can of Pabst Blue RIbbon and a pack of Camels because my dad said Santa would like those better.
I don’t really collect anything—I have too much stuff already.
Giveaway Details: Megan is giving away an ARC of her upcoming release, Vanity Fare to one lucky winner! US/Canada only, just tell Megan what the weirdest thing YOU collect is!