Today is the last day of my holiday blog schedule. The year is drawing to a close and it’s time to sit down with a cup of coffee (or a Baileys over ice) and make those inevitable resolutions.
Some will be kept, most will be modified, all will be attempted … at least for a little while.
As a writer, I make a business plan with both long and short term goals. To me, these are my resolutions. The define who I am, and what I want to accomplish over the course of 1 year, 2 years, 5 years.
Like most writers, I’m also a reader. I read a lot for the blog tours that I host. I read copious amounts of research material. And, of course, I read for pleasure.
Some of my favorite “pleasure reads” from 2018 include:
Hellfire and Handbaskets by Kathryn Hills
Christmas and Cannolis by Peggy Jaeger
Heaven’s Watcher by Kayden Claremont
Marshmallows and Mistletoe by Marianne Rice
Midnight Girl by Nora LeDuc
I’ll Always Love You by Ella Quinn
What would my last holiday blog be without a shameless plug for my own New Year’s book!
When a case of mistaken identity puts Cade Tucker in the wrong place at the right time, he can’t believe his luck. Drawn to the beautiful Julia McCormack, he flirts his way into her bed, and they welcome the New Year together.
Though they agreed their time together was no-strings-attached sex only, Julia’s having a hard time letting go of the best sex she ever had. She dives into work at her corporate law firm, hoping to get her mind off the man who rocked her world. But then Julia finds out the senior partner has appointed a new attorney to work with her on her biggest case, and her co-counsel will be Cade Tucker. Her plans to make partner are in serious jeopardy when she and Cade disagree on the best legal strategy for their case, but what will happen when they can no longer fight their desire, and the company’s strict non-fraternization policy threatens both of their jobs?
A New Year’s bargain at 99¢
The Giveaway … one day left to enter!
Best of luck to everyone in the drawing! Winners will be posted here on the blog on New Year’s Day.