I hope you are having a great start to the holiday season!
Along my writing journey, I’ve met some of the greatest people, both readers and authors, and today I wanted to introduce you to a few friends I’ve made. We are all Christian authors writing the stories we feel called to tell. For the Christmas holidays, we got together to give you the gift of friendship along with some great holiday reading for a great price. Sales running from December 8-12!
A Pony Express Romance by Misty Beller- Only 99 cents!
Then There Was You by Kara Isaac- Only $1.99!
Finders Keepers by Sarah Monzon- Only 99 cents!
The Carpenter’s Daughter by Jennifer Rodewald- Only 99 cents!
Homestands by Sally Bradley- Only 99 cents!
Count Me In by Mikal Dawn- Only 99 cents!
Leveraging Lincoln by Stephenia H. McGee- Only 99 cents!
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So Rare a Gift by Amber Lynn Perry- Only $2.99!
Convenient Lies by Robin Patchen- Only $2.99!
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Calm & Bright by Autumn Macarthur- Free!
Leaving Oxford by Janet W. Ferguson- Free!
Unraveled by Heidi McCahan- Free!
Season of Hope by Alexa Verde- Only 99 cents!
Mail-Order Revenge by Angela K. Couch- Free!
Christmas Reunion by Laura Scott- Free!
Making Spirits Bright by Toni Shiloh and other authors: Only 99 cents!
Enjoy!! Merry Christmas and peace to all!
BTW: Local Friends, I will be at Bay Window Books on Saturday, December 9 from 10-1 signing books with a few other local authors! Hope to see you :)
My husband called from work and said there was a starving cat in the parking lot, and he felt bad for it. For several days, the cat waited for someone to come out, would rub on their legs, and beg. We decided he would take it to our vet and find her a new home. I went to pick her up and pay. The vet brought her out, and I was mortified. She was like petting a skeleton. Her hair was a weird brownish color with some flaky stuff in it. One ear was pointed in the wrong direction. Honestly I was a little grossed out, and I'm a cat lover. The vet said she was about a year old and weighed only four pounds. She couldn't be spayed yet because she was too small and sick.
They put her in a cardboard box, and I nervously drove home. What had we gotten into?
By the time I made the fifteen minute drive home, she had eaten her way out of the box and had an accident :(
She lived in our spacious guest bathroom away from our other two cats for her safety and theirs. She had a parasite and severe ear infection. She lay on a new bed I bought for her, only getting up when we petted her, then she would eat a few bites of food. We treated the illness for over a month and loved on her. She finally gained enough weight to be spayed. She still needed ear medication and antibiotics, though. More love, food, and healing.
Then she started making a real progress. She became a pig, eating constantly. We began letting her out into the house, supervising around the other cats and our dog. She discovered the dog's food and still eats it, as well as her cat food. She climbs on absolutely everything and plays like she's a kitten now.
We were going to find a home for her, but as long as she doesn't hurt the cats we already have, we've decided to let her stay.
We've called her stray kitty, scrappy, and itty-bitty kitty, none of which really seems like a permanent name.
Want to help us find the perfect name? Leave a suggestion in the comments. Someone will win a code for the new Audible version of Leaving Oxford! (Void where prohibited. Winner announced 11-20-17.)
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Under the Southern Sun
Janet W. Ferguson