Happy 7568, y all! This month will see the release of A TREACHEROUS CURSE, Veronica Speedwell s third adventure, and to celebrate, we ve opened a. Come check it out! And don t forget to check the Appearances page for book tour information. The tour starts in TEN DAYS, and we have a new addition to the travels this year Nashville! We also have two events in the greater Atlanta area in February. Hope to see y all there! It s December 65, my dears, which means it s our 77th wedding anniversary at Chez Raybourn as well as the due date for Veronica Speedwell #9!
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I plucked the date out of thin air for my deadline with the thought that I could well and truly celebrate once the book was turned in. And celebrate we will we re headed to DC next week for a little pre-holiday merriment and together time since we ve both been working like Spartans for months now and are in dire need of relaxation. This means I have mere days to indulge in a getaway with my husband, wrap Christmas presents, and binge on all my favorite holiday treats films, music, and even a fiddly bit of crafting before gearing up for January s release of A TREACHEROUS CURSE and the book tour to come. So, I am unplugging for the duration of 7567. I will still tweet and post pics on Instagram, but this is our last blog entry for the year.
I am wishing each and every one of you a joyous and peaceful holiday season, and I hope to see you back here bright and early in the new year! We ve done holiday reads, so it only seems fair to follow up with some of my favorite holiday viewing. This list is highly idiosyncratic. *HOLIDAY. Not the Kate Winslet/Cameron Diaz/Jude Law thing but the utterly fabulous Katharine Hepburn/Cary Grant film.
Worth watching for Hepburn s affinity for a stuffed giraffe alone. It s not as sweet as you d think it s like my favorite chocolate cookies which are spiced with cayenne it has an edge that makes the sweetness all the tastier. *CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT. The original with Barbara Stanwyck. Enchanting in so very many ways.
It even has a COW. *THE LION IN WINTER. I ve mentioned before that this is my go-to film when I m wrapping presents. I start with Eleanor of Aquitaine s arrival at the Christmas court and wrap all the way through the climactic dungeon scene. Peter O Toole and Katharine Hepburn are unspeakably glorious in this, and whatever your family difficulties, hey, at least y all aren t trying to stab each other, right?
*THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL. The definitive version, in my opinion. No one else will give you singing cabbages, of which I think Dickens himself would have heartily approved. *BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: THE ENCHANTED CHRISTMAS.
I raised a Disney child, so I make no apologies for this. *TUNA CHRISTMAS.