A big yawn for a little guy, who decided the faux fur throw would be a good napping spot.
Due or Die is the second book in the A Library’s Lovers Mystery series by Jenn McKinlay. I ordered this book a couple of weeks ago while shopping on Amazon and I was in the mood for a cozy set in winter and having a puppy on the cover cinched the purchase for me. Now more than a hundred pages into the book, I’m loving it. I’ve ordered the first book in the series and it’s at the top of my TBR stack.
We plan for Christmas all month long and then it’s over in a blink of an eye and then there’s the aftermath to deal with. Leftovers, shredded wrapping paper and boxes that need to be broken down. Oh, the joy of the holidays.
Billy was just pooped out after playing with his new toys.
While Billy and Susie were enjoying there new toys, I admired my gift from Santa. Isn’t it beautiful? I can’t wait to cook in it.
With the holidays done it was time to get back to work on my revisions. About 30 pages left to go and the last chapter to write. Will I finish before the New Year?
Happy Sunday! Phew. It’s been a busy time here between Christmas baking, Christmas shopping and revisions. I’m soooo close to finishing the revisions and then I get to tackle the Great American agent hunt. 🙂 That means I get to write a synopsis. WooHoo!!!!! (FYI, that was a sarcastic WooHoo) But I’m not going to think about that now. Nope, not going to think about it. I’m going to focus on this quick snippet, six sentences from my current WIP.
Sally’s frown deepened. “Because of her we did not even rank in the top twenty-five community gardens in the state.”
“This isn’t the time nor the place to discuss this. Elaine has been invited. If she shows up we’ll just have to deal with it,” Audrey said.
“Letting the inmates run the asylum,” Sally muttered as she marched back to the living room.