TGIF It's Friday!

I can hardly believe it's Day Five in our White Christmas Book Jubilee. We've met several authors and previewed some wonderful Christmas titles.

Meet today's Featured Guests:

Marianne Arkins

Marianne was born in California, met her husband in Colorado, got a puppy and got pregnant, then moved with the group of them to the frozen north of New Hampshire where her thin blood keeps her indoors six months of the year. It's the perfect scenario for writing! She has a novel, "One Love For Liv" available in print on December 29th, and a novella "Kitchen Matches" available from Samhain Publishing, and eight published stories with The Wild Rose Press. Check out her website or blog for more information or to see what's going on inside her brain. If you dare.

Stacey Joy Netzel

Stacey Joy Netzel fell in love with books at a young age, so for her it seemed only natural to graduate to writing them. A member of RWA and WisRWA, she credits not only her parents for encouraging her dreams of becoming a published author, but also the very talented friends she’s made in WisRWA since joining in 2004. She lives in Wisconsin with her husband and kids, a couple of horses, and five barn cats. When not writing and living life in general, she loves to read and watch movies—Happily Ever After’s a must.


Kimberley said...

I just wanted to wish everyone a
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year; or Happy Holidays!

Thank you to all the authors who are taking part in this giveaway - we readers really appreciate your generosity!

Cindy K. Green said...

Thanks Kimberley! And a Merry Christmas to you too.

BethRe said...

Thanks for the interviews it helps to learn about new books that are out there to be read

Rose said...

Hi Ladies,

It's nice to meet you! What interesting plot lines your books have.

Wishing you much success.


Stacey Joy Netzel said...

Thanks Cindy, for having all us authors this week!

Quick wave to Marianne--it's nice to share the day with you!

Kimberly, good luck--the real thanks goes back to Cindy for having us, especially since I don't have my own blog.

Kimberly, Beth, Rose and everyone else who stops by today after I leave for a sister/cousin Christmas cookie bake weekend--I wish you all a very Merry Christmas! Happy reading. :)

Diana Coyle said...

Hi Ladies,

Great stories and interviews. Nice to get to know you both a bit better!

Happy Holidays everyone!