Thursday, September 10, 2015

Teresa Lilly Christmas novella




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AN ANGEL FOR MISTLETOE
by Teresa Ives Lilly



Teresa Ives Lilly lives in Texas with her husband, near her grown children.  She loves to write Christian historical novellas, although she dabbles in contemporary as well. You can see all her books at her blog. She loves to hear from her readers and you can contact her here.



Welcome, Teresa. What fun or unique things can you tell us about yourself?

I do most all my writing between 9 pm and midnight.

I own a Christian library.


Where is your favorite vacation spot?

 Florida


Please describe yourself with three words.

 Writer, reader, Mother.


Please tell us a little about your novel, An Angel For Mistletoe (O' Little Town of Christmas Collection).

When Angelica Cartwright heads to Kentucky to begin her teaching career, she never dreams she will be waylaid in Mistletoe, Kentucky with a broken foot and cared for by a handsome wood carver and his daughter. However, she soon finds that Luke Tanner is also carving himself onto her heart.


Where can readers find you online?




Where can readers purchase An Angel For Mistletoe?
 

Any parting comments?

This book is just one in a collection called O Little Town of Christmas. There are many great authors in the series. I suggest you get them all.

Thanks, Teresa, for visiting with my readers and me. One of the commenters will be drawn to receive an eBook copy of your book, An Angel For Mistletoe that you've offered.




The winner of last Thursday’s blog post for a copy of Deadly Intent by Lillian Duncan is Connie. I’ll email you. Thanks all for commenting. Watch for more book giveaways.



Till next time … keep on smiling.





22 comments:

  1. I'm ready for some Christmas stories! An Angel For Mistletoe sounds like a book I'd enjoy reading..
    dkstevensneAT outlookDotCOm

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  2. Christmas sounds wonderful this morning. It's still very hot here in NC and yesterday was a day of electrical storms. Christmas makes me feel calm and peaceful. I'd love to read Teresa's book. annknowles(at)aol(dot)com. A long time follower of all your sites.

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    1. Ann, so glad you follow all my sites. Thanks for coming by and leaving your comment.

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    2. Christmas stories are always so special. Thanks for telling us about this one.

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    3. Nancy, you're welcome. Thanks for commenting.

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  3. "An Angel for Mistletoe" sounds like the kind of book I enjoy reading! Though I'm no where near ready for Christmas, lol!! Thank you for the chance to win a copy of this delightful book.

    teamob4 (at) gmail (dot) com
    I also follow you via email & receive your newsletter Jo :-)

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    1. Trixi, you're welcome. I'm not ready for Christmas, but am ready for some cooler temperatures! Thanks for leaving your comment.

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    2. Trixi, see that you follow my blog and receive my newsletter--I appreciate that!

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  4. This Kentucky gal loves Christmas stories any time of the year and a story set in Kentucky is even better! Thanks for offering it and Jo, I follow your blog.
    Blessings!
    Connie
    cps1950 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  5. I love Christmas stories, they always give you so much hope. Would love to win. If not, then will have to buy the book.

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  6. Your book sounds wonderful Teresa!! Shelia Hall sheliarha64(at)yahoo(dot)com I am a follower!

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  7. Your book sounds really good. I love to see these fun interviews. Much success with your book! sonja dot nishimoto at gmail dot com

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  8. Christmas fiction is another one of my favorite genres in fiction. This book sounds wonderful! Thanks for the interview & giveaway! I am also a follower of your blog, Jo.

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  9. Christmas fiction is another one of my favorite genres in fiction. This book sounds wonderful! Thanks for the interview & giveaway! I am also a follower of your blog, Jo.

    nj(dot)bossman(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. Jo Huddleston, thank you for sharing so many interviews with interesting Christian authors. I enjoy reading your blog and learning about them. Teresa Ives Lilly, An Angel for Mistletoe sounds like a wonderful story and I look forward to reading it. ebandyATjunoDOTcom

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