Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thanksgiving…Should be Every Day

Good family, good food, giving thanks at the table while holding hands with the person next to you…this means Thanksgiving to me. The table is decorated to welcome each guest. There is so much food that it’s laid out buffet … Continue reading

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Being Thankful

Excited? Yes! I am. Christmas on Main Street is considered a best seller on Amazon! I’m thankful. I’m also thankful for the ladies who walk down Main Street beside me. We’re from different states and from different walks of life. … Continue reading

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Thankful for the Turkey and other Thoughts by Stephanie Queen

Of course I’m thankful. Too bad about the turkey, but I love the American tradition of setting aside a day to give thanks. It’s particularly appropo for a country that has everything. Not that there aren’t some who could use … Continue reading

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Inspiration for a book

My contribution to CHRISTMAS ON MAIN STREET, a big box set of 11 stories by 11 authors, was a sweet comedy novel set on a cruise at Christmastime. HER CHRISTMAS CRUISE What should Julia do when she catches her fiancé … Continue reading

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Feeling Nostalgic

Maybe it’s that time of year for opening your heart and seeking warmth. Maybe this side of me got jump-started by all the truly touching holiday stories in the Authors of Main Street Christmas bundle. Maybe it’s watching my parents … Continue reading

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Gratitude Giveaways

Welcome to my Gratitude Blog Hop! I’m offering a number of prizes and giveaways and all you have to do to enter is sign up for my newsletter! And you will want to do that because I only send newsletter … Continue reading

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Christmas on Main Street presented by Joan Reeves

Main Street once was where everyone in small towns and even large cities congregated. People shopped on Main Street and, to the shop owners, were more than customers with money to spend. Indeed, shopping was a personal experience where the … Continue reading

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