Thankful

Posted: November 21, 2011 in Uncategorized

Some wonderful things to be thankful for as I work frantically to wrap up all I can before the holidays.  For one, our authors are hanging tough in the Goodreads Choice Awards.  Check out:

Chloe Neill’s HARD BITTEN in the Paranormal Fantasy category

Rob Thurman’s BASILISK in Science Fiction

Gena Showalter and Nalini Singh both in Romance!

Want more positivity?  Check out this great Chicago Social article on Chloe Neill, whose latest Chicagoland Vampires novel DRINK DEEP was back again last week on the New York Times bestseller list.  Yup, a lot to be thankful for this holiday season in addition to the fact that I don’t have to cook.  (Trust me, the rest of my family is just as thankful for this!)

What are you most thankful for?  Any great holiday traditions you want to share?

Comments
  1. I am most thankful for my family and friends. I am especially thankful for getting to know people like you in the publishing community. And as always, I’m so very thankful God has blessed me with life and the passion to want to create. LOVE creating!

  2. Oops. I forgot to add: my MIL’s turkey tamales as in for holiday tradition :-}

    • Aw, you are so sweet! Turkey tamales sound way better than the standard! My husband is making turkey with an apricot-something glaze. It sounds wonderful. I’m looking forward to it.

  3. Lucy Francis says:

    Lucienne, are you avoiding cooking by dining out or is someone else playing holiday host?

    I’m happy to cook this year because it means my sister is coming to my house and I’m thrilled to get to spend time with her! We’ve taken advantage of some wonderful Thanksgiving dinners at restaurants in the past, and while I love not cleaning up afterward, my teenagers have put their collective feet down. They require leftovers 🙂

    Oh, Martha, turkey tamales sound divine!

    There is so much to be thankful for…I’m thinking of starting one of those gratitude journals on Thanksgiving Day. Might be an interesting read come next year’s celebration.

    • I get out of cooking by being so bad at it that when asked what I can bring, the answer is almost always “ice cream.” That way they’re assured I won’t cook.

      A gratitude journal…what a nice idea!

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