A Kentucky Christmas and a holiday piano on #KentuckyDay
I remember Christmas in Kentucky when I was a kid.
We lived in a lot of states, but I loved Kentucky with its beautiful woods and small towns like Versailles and Corbin.
And Kissing Creek.
Oh, but wait . . .
Kissing Creek exists only in “The Christmas Piano Tree.”
It’s my manuscript on submission to Hallmark Publishing . . .
It’s a homespun small town where a pretty young war widow lives with her little girl. When an old Army buddy of her late husband shows up looking for a hot meal, she’s intrigued . . . he’s homeless, but he has a secret that will change her life!
Keep you posted . . .
PS — actually I have two Christmas books on submission to Hallmark!
Posted on October 19, 2018, in books, Christmas, Christmas Eve, Christmas presents, Christmas tree, Kentucky, kiss, piano, sweet romance, Uncategorized, writer, Writing and tagged Christmas, Gold Star, holiday, Kentucky, National Kentucky Day, piano, romance, sweet romance, tree, veteran, widow. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on A Kentucky Christmas and a holiday piano on #KentuckyDay.