So, so thrilled to share the cover of the second book in my upcoming series, IMPOSSIBLE DREAM! Read all about it!
Coming this fall from Beth Ciotta (author of the Cupcake Lovers), a new contemporary series—Impossible Dream—celebrating hope, love, and the magic of the human spirit!
Five long-time girlfriends—known as The Inseparables—find themselves in their thirties and battling disillusion. Tangled up in real-life troubles and stifled aspirations, they’re ready to ditch their deepest desires …until they stumble upon the peculiar matchmaking company, “Impossible Dream,” where they each find the rare opportunity to make seemingly impossible dreams come true.
‘Tis the season for miracles, second chances, and love in a holiday novella that will charm and inspire. The second tale in Beth Ciotta’s modern day fairy tale series—Impossible Dream—celebrating hope, love, and the magic of the human spirit!
Once upon a time, Christmas (Chrissy) Mooney believed she’d make a difference in the world as a concert violinist. Music was her love, and the reason she indulged in a whirlwind affair with a handsome stranger—a gifted guitarist who declared them soul mates when they parted. She never imagined he’d turn his back on her when, two months later, she tracked him down to tell him she was pregnant. How could she have misjudged him?
Determined to savor the gift of her baby, Chrissy was staggered when she learned her daughter was deaf. Her passion for music was obliterated. How could she enjoy what her daughter would never hear? Obsessed with creating a happy life for her girl, Chrissy ultimately lost her own sense of bliss—never realizing her growing cynicism until she reads her daughter’s letter to Santa.
Now, desperate to rediscover joy, Chrissy applies for help from an internet company—Impossible Dream.com (Making magic since 1956). When Mason suddenly blows back into Chrissy’s life, rocking her with a revelation and a mission of his own, she’s so busy shielding her heart that she’s oblivious to the stirring magic. Until Mason points out the most basic ingredient for happiness… Believing is everything.
I don't anticipate being on line much over the next couple of days, so I wanted to take this moment to wish you and yours a holiday packed with love and joy and, of course, yummilishis (my word!) food! Counting my blessings...and you are among them!
The fourth day of NaNoWriMo and here's what I'm learning. *I won't come close to 50k in one month. *I'm most productive when I can start writing in the morning and continue throughout the day. All day. *I'm least productive on the days I have to work the day gig. I can write a little before, but not after. My focus and creativity is close to shot. *I cannot fully fly into the mist. I need to research aspects to root me in the reality of my tale. *I freewrite/freethink better on FB then I do on my blog. (But that's another story.) *The good news is, via research I had a break through today. Behold the visual proof.