We’re watching Grocery Games right now as we wait for Ink Master to come on. Competition shows are my favourite thing to watch. I like the ones where people are nice to one another but Ink Master usually skews to show the “asshole” behaviours rather than cooperative. I know it’s television. I don’t think I’m watching the whole, real picture on some of these shows but it’s entertaining.
And really, that’s what I want. To be entertained.
Not in the Gladiator kind of way but there you go.
And there’s a cat on the couch. She’s wanting a belly rub but in a picky kind of mood. LOVE ME! I SHALL BITE YOU! Harley is normally the good one. Badger is the pain in the butt. The dog however taps out whenever there is even a whisper of conflict or cats chasing each other around. He’s probably right now in my bed, lounging on his back with his feet in the air.
This is my life.
And a keyboard.
So the point of this post? Let’s bury the lead. I’ve got a blog tour coming up. It’s kind of bitter sweet because The Novel Approach is going on hiatus for indeterminate amount of time and well, if you know anything about me, it’s that I love Lisa to bits. I’m starting the rumour that she’s going to go on and become a French-trained chef. Possibly even master the delicate art of making handdipped peanut clusters in a candy shell. But she will host me on the Tutus and Tinsel tour along with Joyfully Jay, It’s About the Book and The Blogger Girls.
It’s a short book. And a short tour but I shall be bringing you holiday codas from some of my favourite couples.
And well, of course, on December 21st, you’ll get to visit with Zig and her dads, Lang and Deacon as Zig discovers the meaning of family and the holidays.
Zig Reid-Harris has everything an eleven-year-old girl could ever want: a great home, two fantastic fathers named Deacon Reid and Lang Harris, and all the books she could possible read.
When a school assignment about holiday traditions unexpectedly broadsides her, she discovers burying the past isn’t as easy as it looks, and the stark reality of her life before her adoption sinks in. Ashamed of the bleakness and poverty she came from, Zig struggles with the assignment until an epiphany strikes the whole family—it’s time to start their own traditions.
Zig and her fathers plunge into the insanity of holiday joy, exploring everything the season has to offer and learning how precious family truly is along the way.
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