Denise Carlson you are the winner of our Thankful Thursday giveaway. Look for an email from me! We are in the millionth day of the coronavirus pandemic. Wait, what? It only feels like the millionth day? My part of Northern Virginia is still on stay at home orders and even if we weren’t I’d still be staying at home. But I continue to find much to be thankful for and I hope all of you do too.
One person leaving a comment will win a book from each of the Wickeds.
Sherry: I’m grateful that my writing mojo has returned — I was starting to worry. I’m grateful that writing friends Lori Rader-Day, Kellye Garrett, and Barb Goffman nudged me to get back at it. One day a few weeks ago Lori said just go write 100 words. That worked and of course I wrote more. I will give an ebook of any of my books!
Barb: I’m grateful because I finally got to meet my newest granddaughter who was born in February over a delightful four-day mother’s day weekend. And back in Maine, it’s finally spring. Hooray! I’m giving away a hardcover copy of my first novel, The Death of an Ambitious Woman.
Edith/Maddie: I am thankful for the spring birds and all the greenery, at last, and the for the advent of the fresh produce season in New England. And I’m especially thankful to have won the Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel for Charity’s Burden! To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the women’s suffrage amendment, I’d love to give away a signed copy of Turning the Tide, the third Quaker Midwife Mystery.
Julie: I’m grateful for the 21-Day In-Between Challenge I’m doing. I love going live on Facebook every day and talking about the prompts. I’m also grateful because, as always, the teacher is learning. I’m also grateful to have finally figured out the plotting issues in Book #4 of the Garden Squad series. I’m giving away a copy of Pruning the Dead.
Liz: Like Sherry, I’m grateful that I seem to have overcome my creative drought and am back on track with Full Moon Mystery #2. Also grateful for the upcoming holiday and a break from the day job that I can spend writing. I’m giving away a copy of one of my Pawsitively Organic Mysteries, Murder She Meowed.
Jessie: I love everyone else’s notes of gratitude! I’m thankful for my screen house! My sons set it up on the deck for me on Mother’s Day and we moved patio furniture inside it. We added a record player, potted plants that thrive in shade and some cozy quilts and throws to ward off the chill in the evenings. We have enjoyed gathering there together by candlelight each evening that hasn’t rained ever since! I will give away a copy of Murder Flies the Coop!
Readers: What are you thankful for?