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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving by Janice Seagraves

Happy Thanksgiving.

Hope everyone has a great day, where ever you live.

We have a full house and I'm cooking a twenty-two pound bird. My hubby likes lots of leftovers when it comes to turkey, and I love the smell of turkey cooking. This year my daughter told me to wake her early, so she can help and learn how to cook the bird. 

What do you like about Thanksgiving?

I don't have a story about Thanksgiving, but I do have a Christmas story or two. 

My new eBook, Matrix Crystal Christmas, which follows, Matrix Crystal Hunters, is now available:
Matrix Crystal Christmas is made up of two short stories (one erotic and one sweet) for the fans of my novel, Matrix Crystal Hunters, who told me that they wanted to know what happened next.

In Crystal Flower Christmas: Vach and Maya are on a mission to undam the Laonooco River for the drought stricken region. As heartache fractures their marriage, will the gift of a crystal flower mend their relationship or break it beyond repair?

In Crystal Clear Christmas: Plague has struck the village of Zama and the citizens blame the only human left on Zenevieva, Maya. Will Vach make the ultimate sacrifice to save his wife?



Rose Anderson said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Janice!

I love that we have our small family rituals. We don't have many overall, so these are precious.

Janice Seagraves said...

Hi Rose,

Thank you. Happy Thanksgiving to you too.

I agree about the family rituals.


jean hart stewart said...

We don't have many, but our few are important. But then, anything to do with families is important, right?

Melissa Keir said...

Sounds like a wonderful day for you! I'm so glad you have so many blessings! Enjoy your day!!

Janice Seagraves said...

Hi Jean,

That's right. So are the friends I invited to our Thanksgiving dinner.

Hi Milessa,

Thank you. And you too. :)


Sandy said...

Sorry it took me so long to get in here and read your blog, Janice. You had a big Thanksgiving and a lot of work, but I know it was fun.

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