06-18 Sarah Raplee – WHY PSYCHIC AGENTS?

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

2015 Blessings

by Vivienne Lorret

Dear Readers,

I feel so blessed! 2015 has been an incredible year of writing, connections, and optimism.

With all trouble in the world today, I'm so grateful for my family, my freedom, my friends, and my career.

I'm also incredibly humbled by the amount of support I've received from readers who've reached out to me with their stories. It makes me thankful that I'm able to be part of someone's life in such a way that it gives them a smile, a sigh, or even a laugh.

I think the ability to brighten someone's day with a little love--because we can never have too much love in the world--is the greatest blessing of all.

And so, in order for you to get back to that romance you were reading just a minute ago (aka: your daily requirement of love, sighs, and smiles) I'm keeping this post short and sweet, and ending with a simple thank you...

Thank you, to each and every one of you, for an amazing 2015!

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year!


~USA TODAY bestselling author Vivienne Lorret loves romance novels, her pink laptop, her husband, and her two sons (not necessarily in that order ... but there are days). Transforming copious amounts of tea into words, she is an Avon Impulse author of works including: Tempting Mr. Weatherstone, The Wallflower Wedding Series, The Rakes of Fallow Hall Series, The Duke's Christmas Wish, and the Season's Original Series. For more on her upcoming novels, visit her at www.vivlorret.net


Sarah Raplee said...

We do have so much to be thankful for! I'm trying to live my life more in the present, enjoying it as it unfolds, rather than always thinking about the future. Making some plans, yes, but not being obsessed by them.

Happy Holidays to you and yours, Viv!I'm thankful you are a Genre-ista!

Judith Ashley said...

I was telling a former co-worker yesterday afternoon that I write romance because our stories can distract people from the challenges they face on a daily basis. She is an adult protective service worker so certainly sees the dark side of human behavior often cloaked in the words of love. Even more important to see people face challenges and overcome them to find their HEA at the end!

Keep on writing!!!