December News & Announcements
Happy December! I cannot believe 2019 is almost over. Wow. I hope you had a great year, and I want to thank you once again for your support. I truly appreciate it. Wishing you & yours a very Merry Christmas ~ Happy Holidays ~ and a wonderful New Year!
As you may have noticed, I'm making some changes on my website for 2020. Namely, my "Blog" has been renamed "News," and this is where you will find the latest updates in future, rather than cluttering up my homepage.
In a follow-up from last month's note, *CONGRATULATIONS* to the winner of my big November giveaway, exclusively for my newsletter subscribers! This lovely person has been notified, but, my dear lady, you need to check your email, lol. I want to send you your prize! :)
Have you heard I now have my own little GF online bookshop? I'm terribly excited about it. *g* If you are interested in autographed copies of my latest books, or are looking to save some money on the Moonlight Square paperbacks, go and have a look around! All transactions are securely processed through Paypal; I think you'll find it pretty straightforward. Click to visit the GF Online Store.
A Wee Prezzie From Your Kris Kringle
Love a good Victorian Christmas tale that's fun for the whole family? Then download the eBook of this magical holiday adventure for your kids ~ and yourself! ~ as a wee gift from Eric and me.
JAKE & THE GINGERBREAD WARS by E.G. Foley
will be FREE on Kindle from
THURSDAY, DEC. 12th - MONDAY, DEC. 16th.
Instead, she finds herself embroiled in a treasure hunt (!!). When the action-starved military man next door discovers her quest, he demands to be a part of it. Coming out sometime in Spring, 2020.
PS: Don't forget!
The entire Moonlight Square series is now enrolled in Kindle Unlimited, so if you are a member, you can read the whole 5-book series for FREE.
As a music-lover, it's my annual Christmas tradition here on my website to share one of my favorite carols with you. This year, I chose a 17th-century French carol, "Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella," sung by Callie and Collette Crofts. I love singing with my sisters and our dad, but we're nowhere in these girls' league, lol.
Hope you enjoy their charming rendition of a so-French Christmas song that we don't hear as often here in the States. I personally can't even sing along without getting choked up, lol. Enjoy!
~ Until next year!
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