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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Guest author Rebecca Rose

Rebecca Rose has come visiting Piper Patter (cue patter of applause, nerk, nerk). Rebecca is the author of  contemporary romance Divine Redemption, which is featured along with 14 other books in Lyrical's 30% off sale, now through Christmas.

Our Christmas-themed interview:

1.)    What is your all-time best Christmas memory?

The first Christmas with my husband. I hadn’t had a tree in quite a few years and my husband surprised me when I got home from work. There was a three foot tree in our bedroom with one multi-colored star ornament on it. He said we can start collecting our own Christmas ornaments together and the star was just to start us off. To this day the star stays in sight all year around.

2.)    As an adult, what is your favorite part of December?

About a week before Christmas the kids start getting antsy and excited. There’s lots of chattering, the smell of cookies and cakes baking, along with presents starting to fill up the underneath of the tree. It's pure chaos and so much fun!

3.)    Favorite Christmas movie, and why?

LOL The Christmas Story, of course! ‘You’ll shoot your eye out, kid!’
This movie is so much fun and we make a point to all sit and watch it together every holiday season. J

4.)    Why did you choose this book for the holiday bash?

Christmas is about forgiveness and changing your ways for the better. In Divine Redemption Donald must learn to forgive himself for the mistakes in his past and accept the gifts of love and trust from those he’s come to care for. Now, doesn’t that sound like a Christmas miracle?

Thanks for coming by, Rebecca. That's one of my favorite lines from The Christmas Story, too--along with "Fra...jil...lee? Must be from France."

Piper Denna
Romance is sexy!


Rebecca Rose said...

Thanks for having me, Piper! I actually thought of putting that 'Christmas Story' line. When ever something is shipped to us and it says that, somebody in the house announces that is must be from France. LOL

Have a Sparkling Holiday!

Stephanie said...

" must be Italian!"

That's my fav too!! We watch it every year and the marathon seems to be on our tv all day every year too.

Sutton Fox said...

Who can't use a good Christmas miracle?

Awesome story, Rebecca!

steph beck said...

I just started reading this one and love it already!

Stephanie Beck

Rebecca Rose said...

Thanks, Steph!