>Dragging out of the pits


>I got an email from my oldest brother today reminding–no, informing– me that I haven’t blogged in a while (thanks Lee). Ok. I get in here and nearly choked on my nightly round of coffee. July 08! That’s not ‘in a while’, that’s almost a year! I am now hanging my head in shame for letting it go for so long. Time flew and I lost track of it somewhere with moving in to the new house, remodeling said new home, husband trying to electrocute him self (He’s fine. It was thankfully just amps? and not volts- or volts and no amps- whichever is not deadly that’s the one.), one daughter losing a marriage, another on the verge of a possible, maybe one day, one and that said daughter due to have her first baby any day now. Seriously, any day. She’s at a one (I don’t want to spell anything out here where kids might read it so if you don’t know what that means- ask someone.) and the doctor said probably next week. She’s hoping it’s sooner, I’m holding out for my Dad’s birthday (God rest his tired soul) of March 18th. See, this daughter was born on my mother’s (God rest her weary soul, too) birthday, so it would be fitting to have her daughter on Dad’s.

I’ve been reading some free download books- full length- from eHarlequin.com in celebration of their 60th anniversary. Go get yours! 16 of these treasures I think. If you’ve ever wondered about the NASCAR series, but didn’t want to buy one until you know if you’ll even like them- now’s your chance to try one, to keep, free. Along with Blaze, Love Inspired, Harlequin American Romance and many more. No I don’t get paid to say this, I just love Harlequin’s books.

That’s why I write romance with aspirations to sell to them one day. I have a lovely new couple in the getting to know you stage that I think will make the cut finally. When I get along farther I will give a sneak peak into Tanner and Tobi’s story.

Now that I’ve made contact I plan to stay on top of this. I know, I know. I’ve said that before. I mean it this time. So until next time, check out some of my friend’s links and I will be back. Soon.

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About Calisa Rhose

I'm a mother of three daughters and wife to a wonderful man of 30+ years. I'm also an avid seamstress, polymer clay artisan and diehard crafter always coming up with things to make with, and for, my six granddaughters. Check out my craft site https://lisasfancifulallure.wordpress.com/ when you have a moment. I'm a published author of sensual romance. I write about stubborn men and women who don't take no for an answer, and there's always that golden HEA. Cowboys and first responders are my favorite contemporary heroes to write about. My light paranormal heroes are strong men ready to protect their women--not that they need protecting.

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