Deborah M. Piccurelli is passionate about the Lord, family, and creating powerful prose. She writes romantic
suspense stories woven around dark, obscure issues. Deborah likes reading, movies, family time, and friendly
get-togethers. She lives with her family in New Jersey.
This is my favorite time of year, as I’m sure it is for some of you. Certainly, there are the fun gatherings with family and friends, the gift-giving and receiving, the cookies and egg nog . . . I could go on and on. But as we all know, the most important thing to remember is why we celebrate this holiday in the first place: Jesus. For myself, I will make it a priority to set aside some time to spend with Him, praising, worshipping, and talking to Him from my heart. Not that I don’t do this on a daily basis, but this is a special time set apart from the routine. After what He did for me, I want to honor Him on His birthday, even though it will never measure up to what He really deserves.
As for my author interview, Lena Nelson Dooley visits with me this month. We discuss her recent trilogy, McKenna’s Daughters. Lena was so kind as to provide me with a copy of each volume, but I was only able to finish Catherine’s Pursuit, the last in the series, in time for a review. I will continue with the other two, Maggie’s Journey and Mary’s Blessing, and post reviews of those on Amazon.
I’d like to suggest that the whole set of these three books would make a wonderful Christmas gift for anyone who enjoys historical romance.
The winner of last month’s drawing for Secrets and Lies by Janet Sketchley is Susan Stitch. Congratulations, Susan!
I want to wish you all a very blessed Christmas, and I pray that you and yours stay healthy and safe throughout this Holy Season.