An Unusual Thanksgiving Week

For many of us, this is a week filled with disappointment because we're not getting together with family for Thanksgiving. It will be a different holiday for many of us.

My family's gathering will be very small. Except for the massive quantities of food and the purpose of the day, it won't be much different from our typical meals. Still, we will have each other and a reason besides 2020 to eat too much food.

 

I hope and pray each of you experience joy and thanks in your heart as you celebrate this holiday.


Now on to other news...

Wow, oh wow! You can not imagine how crazy this week has been. 

We revealed the cover art for the book. Many of you saw it on Facebook. Thanks for all of the wonderful comments. I agree, it is absolutely amazing. The artist, J Caleb Design, really captured the essence of this story. 



Also, I'm scheduled to appear along with several wonderful authors on Author Spotlight Day on ConTinual: The Con That Never Ends this coming Saturday, Nov. 28 from 1-1:30 pm EST. By then, you'll need something different to spice up your weekend.

Check out the amazing authors in the list below. I happen to know quite a few of them. I hope to see you there AND that you'll attend the other authors' sessions, too. 






Last, but not least, I'm working on the details for a virtual pre-launch. As soon as I can, I'll get that information out to everyone!

Don't want to miss out on any of the details as they happen? You can keep up to date by following me on Facebook, @BarbaraVEversAuthor and by signing up for my newsletter. Everyone signed up for the newsletter is automatically entered in the Book Launch Prize Giveaway. You can get extra entries by inviting your friends to sign up and telling them to list you as how they found us. Details on the Facebook page.

Until next time, Happy Thanksgiving. Stay safe, warm, and healthy!


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