Quilting Show Appearances Ahead
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My sincere apologies to anyone who has been on the web site lately with my lack of updates. The long-awaited trip that we took to Australia and the many commitments to keep prior to departure added to a number that I hadn’t anticipated upon our return is my somewhat lame excuse. In actuality, several of those commitments have to do with my unwillingness to use the word “No” when people ask me to assist with different projects. On the other hand, I do get involved in some great projects and meet some fascinating people.
And speaking of fascinating people, I will be making author appearances at the American Quilters Society (AQS) Quilting Sow in Lancaster, PA March 13-15th. This will be my first time to attend a quilting show and it should be fun. We have some dear friends who live in Hanover, PA whom we haven’t seen for quite some time and it has been a long time since we enjoyed the charm of Lancaster.
In fact, if you haven’t read it yet, Small Town Haven opens with Helen Crowder and three of the women from their quilting circle attending a quilting show in Atlanta. Two different events occur at the show that are core to the adventures that follow. Do pop into the fictional town of Wallington, Georgia and see what Helen and her friends are up to. Two new women have already joined the circle and Helen’s daughter Tricia is expecting their first child. She’s doing well, but depending on the timing, the baby could be coming right at Thanksgiving.
If you prefer more intense action in your reading, False Front will take care of that as Chris Green goes from an underwater investigation case in Belize back to Galveston for what could be a laidback time. That’s the plan anyway until she’s drawn into a tense situation in Houston with a runaway teenager.
As always, think about giving books as gifts, and do visit Charlie’s Corner Café where “Living Forward and Looking Back “ is the theme.
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