Thanks so much for asking me to be a part of this wonderful idea, K-lee!
For the Ghost of Gratitude Past I'm so grateful to my husband, John, and my friend Gina Storm Grant. My husband has always been my biggest supporter and cheerleader on this crazy roller coaster ride of being an author. He's always been there through my frustration and happiness and I love him dearly for it. And if it wasn't for Gina encouraging me to take the leap and start writing professionally I wouldn't even be here today. I'm definitely grateful for the push she gave me!
For the Ghost of Gratitude Present I am so incredibly thankful for all of the amazing authors I've met through Facebook. So many of you have become dear friends and I'm thrilled to have met so many of you in person. You've all been so incredibly supportive and helpful and there with a shoulder to cry on or to share a laugh and a smile. Love you guys!
For the Ghost of Gratitude Future, I'm grateful to have a small but dedicated fan base of readers who eagerly await my next book and I will do my best to be more prolific in the coming year. :-) I'm also grateful once again to my husband for letting me spread my wings and fly off to conventions all across the country in order to meet people and learn and hone my craft as a writer, which I hope to continue to do next year.
And I want to wish you all Happy Holidays, no matter what you celebrate this time of year. Speaking of holidays, if you'd like to be entered to win a copy of any of my ebooks, just leave me a comment with a favorite holiday memory AND your email address. Contest ends Monday, December 14th at midnight EST.
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Jamie Lynn Miller has been writing fiction since childhood and decided to take the plunge and go pro in 2008, finding to her amazement that people truly enjoyed her love stories. She’s a romantic at heart, and her tales reflect the desire we all have to find “the one,” persevering through trials and heartache for that happy ending.
Jamie has a degree in fine arts and has spent the last twenty years working as a graphic designer, though she’d much rather be writing. She was born in Chicago and still lives there today with her husband and their furry, four-footed children, er… cats.
If she’s not brainstorming story ideas, you can find Jamie at a sci-fi convention, in front of a furnace doing glass blowing, or on a mat twisted into a yoga pose.
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I'm so pleased we met at Rainbow Con, Jamie! I love your post here, and you've given me another opportunity to tell you how awesome I think the cover for His Fragile Heart is. :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for stopping by and reading my guest post, Sarah! And I'm always happy to hear when someone likes one of my book covers. :-) Happy Holidays!Delete
What a nice post. I shall have to explore your books.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for stopping by and reading my guest post, Debby! Happy Holidays!Delete
Many years ago, before fireworks were banned, we used to celebrate Bonfire night (equivalent to Guy Fawkes night in England). We lived next to a school so my father set off fireworks on the basketball court. One type of firework would spin around on the ground - unfortunately for my father, every one of these he set off would chase him around the basketball court. It did not matter what direction he dodge and weaved, it would dog his heels.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for stopping by and reading my guest post, Jenny! I absolutely loved your Christmas memory with the fireworks. :-) And congratulations, you've won my giveaway! I'll be emailing you shortly. Happy Holidays!Delete
How neat and heart felt! I know we have just recently met on FB, butReplyDelete
I have truly enjoyed getting to know you and reading your books!! Merry Christmas Sugar!!
Aww, thank you so much for stopping by and reading my guest post, Blaine! I am SO happy we became friends on FB because you're an absolute delight. :-) Happy Holidays!Delete
My favourite holiday memory were the Christmas's spent as a child at my Aunt and Uncle we left home at Christmas Eve and would get there late at night and Christmas morning would be so noise, chaotic but fun.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for stopping by and reading my guest post, ShirleyAnn, and for sharing your wonderful Christmas memory. :-) Happy Holidays!Delete
Thanks for the post. My favorite holiday memory....hmm. It's hard to pick a favorite. One that will stick with me is last Christmas. It was the last holiday that my immediate family will be together for many years. My daughter joined the Air Force so we have no idea when she will be available for holidays.ReplyDelete
Thank you for stopping by to read my guest post, Denise, and for sharing your wonderful holiday memory. :-) Happy holidays!Delete