Happy (Early) Holidays

Making Spirits Bright, an anthology I contributed to a few seasons ago, is part of a Kobo buy-2-get-1 free deal for the next week. The novella I wrote for it is a sequel to Miss You Most of All. So if you’ve read that book and you’re curious about what happens to the characters, “Runaway Christmas” gives you a Christmas-themed glimpse into their lives.

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6 thoughts on “Happy (Early) Holidays

  1. I just finished Miss You Most Of All, loved it and was hoping for a sequel then I looked on your web page. I’ll definitely be looking for it and more of your books. This was the first and I enjoyed it immensely! Thanks for filling a few hours of my day,Joanne, Ontario Canada

  2. I just finished reading Miss you most of all and I enjoyed it so much I was wishing for a sequel then I came upon your website! Can’t wait to find the novella I’m hoping it’s available in a book as well. This was the first of your books I’ve read and I’m so happy to have found another author of great reads! Thank You,
    Joanne,Ontario Canada

  3. Thank you so much, Joanne! I’m so glad you liked Miss You Most of All. It might seem a little early to get into the Christmas spirit, but I hope you’ll enjoy the sequel, too. Happy reading! –Liz

  4. I just finished Miss You Most of All about 30 minutes ago and I am still crying. That book sunk deep into my soul and reminded me of love, family, disfunction, hope, and cancer. I am a surviving Invasive Ductal Carcinoma patient. I had surgery, hero and radiation. I have been cancer free for over 2 years. The fear of a re-occurance is very real. Maybe I’m crying for me too, not just Rue. This book was painful to read but it was also very funny and heartwarming at the same time. I really loved it. Just wanted you to know. Tracy Sandoz, Texas
    ps-thank you for having Laura come to her senses!

  5. I’m so happy you enjoyed the story, Tracy. It was a wonderful/difficult book to write. Hurray for you for being cancer-free for two-years plus. I’m always happy to hear stories of people beating that damn disease!
    Thank you for taking the time to write to me.
    Best,
    Liz

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