Tuesday, November 24, 2009

And once again...thankful thankfulness!

As mentioned in last week's post, we finish up today with messages of thankfulness from some of IMHO's 2009 guest hosts, culminating in the awarding of the "Thank-y! Thank-y!" tote bag prize on November 26, 2009, Thanksgiving Day. Here are more wonderful messages from the authors. Be sure to comment by November 25 for a chance to win. I'll announce the final contents of the tote and the winner of the tote on November 26.
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Kim Lenox
The men and women who have served in the past, and who are currently serving in the US Armed Forces, at home and abroad. Especially for my "little" brother the Major, who will be spending his Thanksgiving at Camp Victory, Bagdad.

Kim Lenox
Shadow Guards #2: So Still the Night
May 2009, Signet Eclipse

 
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Lynda Hilburn
I'm thankful that I live in a gorgeous place (Colorado). I'm thankful that I get to work in all the different areas I love (psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, intuitive arts). I'm thankful I get to sing professionally because it's so much fun. I'm thankful for my wonderful son and my two furry grandchildren. I'm thankful I sold two novels and that my writing future looks bright.
 
Lynda Hilburn
Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance: "Blood Song"
March 2009, Running Press


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Jean Brashear 
I am daily grateful for my life--my family, my friends, my readers, the joy of doing something I love as a career--but this year, I'm especially grateful that the love of my life has survived a bout with cancer with a very hopeful prognosis. My special thanks to the medical professionals who played a part and to all those whose prayers did, I am positive, surround us with love and healing light.

Jean Brashear
The Man She Once Knew
Harlequin Superromance
October 2009

12 comments:

Trish Albright said...

So many things to be thankful for! I'm thankful for all the wonderful authors on this blog, especially dear TJ for bringing us all together in one place. Happy Thanksgiving to all! May your homes be filled with extra love this year!

Carol M said...

I'm grateful that my married children live nearby and that I get to see them and my grandchildren a lot.
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joder said...

I'm thankful to all the great authors that come visit us on the blogs.

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Virginia said...

I am thankful that my husband has a job right now because I one time we both lost our jobs at the same time. I don't have one but at least he does, so life goes on.

Linda Henderson said...

I'm thankful for my family and friends. And for the wonderful authors who write all those amazing books. Happy Thanksgiving to all.

Maureen said...

Such lovely thoughts for this holiday. I hope everyone's Thanksgiving is a good one.

squiresj said...

Now here is an author I know. I have read her books. Happy Thanksgiving.
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CherylS22 said...

I has been such a joy hearing from all these authors. Thanks!

Margay said...

Kim, I'm also grateful for those who served in the military or are serving in the military. I grew up with various relatives serving in the forces, including my own parents (though my mother had left before she had children), so I have a healthy respect and admiration for all who devote their lives to protecting ours.
Margay

librarypat said...

Very nice comments from all the authors.
Hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Pam P said...

Wonderful posts. I'm thankful for family and friends who support in times of need, and our military overseas in these troubled times.

Happy Thanksgiving to all.

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