Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Between Christmas and New Years, I...

Ate out.  Twice.  Finished a proposal that had previously not been cooperating.  Plan to take down the tree.  Plan to watch THE HELP and MARGIN CALL.  Tonight, as a matter of fact.

And am so looking forward to the release of The Return of Bowie Bravo.  I have five books out in 2012.  The Return of Bowie Bravo in February, The Prince's Secret Baby in April, The Last Single Maverick in July, The Prince She Had to Marry in November and The Rancher's Secret Baby (working title only on that one) in December.  Wahoo!

The April, November and December books are all in the new Bravo series, Bravo Royale, about the nine children of Evan Bravo, the Bravo-Calabretti family.  I need to get busy on some updates for my website, more info about the princely family of Montedoro.  

The July book is a launch of the next series of multi-author Montana Mavericks stories.  I turned that one in at the first of this month.  It's all about Jason Traub and his wonderful runaway bride, Jocelyn.  And no, Jocelyn didn't run away from Jace.  She ran from her cheating fiance, Kenny.  I had great fun with Joss and Jace!

Hope you're all enjoying the the holidays.  I certainly am!  The picture?  Of my favorite little one on the day before Christmas Eve.  He's listening to the Bing Crosby doll.  You push the button on Bing's base, and he sings White Christmas...or It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas...or any of five or six other Bing Crosby hits.


cbacon said...

I'm so excited about the upcoming Bravo books! I love this series! Happy New Year!

squiresj said...

I would love to review the book. I know it will be good. I love the picture of your Christmas tree. So so pretty. I miss mine. I wish I were watching The Help. That is a movie I plan to watch. God Bless you and thank you for your friendship for several years now.
jrs362 at hotmail dot com

Christine Rimmer said...

cassie? That you? I'm guessing it is. Thank you. Lots of new Bravos this year. And Happy New Year to you!

Christine Rimmer said...

Jane, I've got my copies but I just haven't gotten them off yet. Will soon. And of course, one to you for review. Blessings to you, too. I treasure your friendship.