MuseTracks wishes you the very best for the new year. May every day of 2020 bring you happiness, love, laughter, and success.
MuseTracks wishes you a happy, safe holiday. But let us not forget why we celebrate. Let us not forget those who have served and fallen for the United States of America, from its birth to the present, ensuring our freedoms.
To those who are serving, to those who have served, and to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, thank you.
Happy Memorial Day!
I feel like a chicken running around without my head. This time of year seems to always be so busy, but I never feel like I’ve accomplished much. From trying to do all the shopping, the cleaning, the wrapping, the decorating, and getting in time with family and friends, there’s not much time left for writing.
And that would be fine if I didn’t have a deadline. My first book with HQN as Sara Arden is due in two days. TWO DAYS. I’m so nervous about it because it’s unlike anything I’ve ever written before. It’s small town romance. I won’t say it’s sweet, it’s a little spicy. Like Mexican Hot Chocolate. Just a bit of red pepper for flavor. It’s taking a lot out of me to write it. I mean, I invest in all of my characters, but these two people have wrung me dry. I find myself sitting at the computer and sniffing as I type. Then you throw the holiday goodness on top of that, well, I’m a mess.
So let’s hear your favorite funny holiday traditions. Elf on a Shelf? Ugly Sweater Contest?
This year mine was signing my daughter up for a call from Santa. She hung up on him because she thought he was a predator and reported it to me immediately. The look on her face was priceless. But I guess that’s what you get when you have parents and grandparents who are corrections officers.
What’s your favorite thing to do during the season that makes you laugh?