Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Happy 2019

Posted by Susan B James on 3:00:00 AM with 3 comments
Happy New Year, By the time this posts I will be on my way back to Los Angeles, driving home with son,Christopher and Grandson Walter. Daughter in law Melanie has to fly home to be at work on January 2nd.
 I started Christmas by flying to Michigan to visit son, Jim and granddaughter, Ella. On Christmas Day, Ella, Jim and I flew to Fort Worth to meet up with Christopher, Walter and Melanie. We have family here. Their dad, Barry Corbin and his lovely wife Jo found us an air BNB one block from their house. Their sister Shannon and her husband Mark have a gorgeous space that is a party venue in the next block. And on Saturday we had a wonderful Corbin family reunion,

I am still thinking about actually making some New Year's Resolutions - resolutions broken down into smaller manageable goals.
One of them is to read some of the many books stored on my Kindle app. I could start with The Thief Who Stole Midnight, A New Year's Eve Romp by Christiana Miller, 
What are your goals? Do you make resolutions?
My wish for all of us is that we journey through 2019 with joy, looking to to encounter good adventures along the way, 
For me, I know there will be beautiful sunsets, laughter, some great film and tv jobs, a new book out and another new book finished, I will be attending a writer's conference, California Dreamin', and spending time with my grandchildren. And I know there will be new dreams along the way.
Upcoming on the blog is Robyn Carr's The Best of Us, Caroline Mather's The Time Table  and Rhys Bowen's The Victory Garden. If you are an author or know an author, I have lots of space right now. Please email me at sueberger3@aol.com if you are interested in a spot. 
 Lets begin the year with a gift, You tell me your favoritr read from 2018 in a comment, and one of you will get a five dollar gift card, Happy 2019.


  1. beneath a scarlet sky
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  2. I've been reading some of the River's End romance series this past year. I especially liked #50, "Second-Chance Sweethearts," because the couple were seniors. :)