Although Halloween isn’t my favorite decorate-the-house time of year, I still do a little bit to get into the feel of this time of year. The picture above is what I sat on the end of my breakfast bar and then there’s the mandatory jack-o-lantern on the front porch. Oh yes, and I bought a bag of chocolate candy that has been tempting me for the last few days, so I’m ready.
Fortunately, I live in a gated community, so the Munchkins are somewhat limited to the ones in our “neighborhood” (my husband calls it the compound since there’s a guard at the gate and one who drives around occasionally), but there are hundreds and hundreds of homes, so we’ll see if I bought enough candy.
But the weekend after Halloween, I’m looking forward to November 5th when I’ll be heading to Alabama to a Readers Luncheon in Birmingham. I’ll be hosting a table of readers during the speaker and lunch and then signing books, along with a number of other authors, so it should be a fun day. I’ll tell you more about that later.
Till next time, enjoy the fall beauty outside and don’t forget that I have a special guest visiting here on the blog this Wednesday, November 2nd. Lisa Mondella, author of The Knight and Maggie’s Baby, will be here to share with us so don’t miss her!