Holiday Inn

Holiday Inn

Debra Dier Linda Winstead Jones Ruth Ryan Langan Linda Madl / May 24, 2020

Holiday Inn The Freedom Inn Port Freedom New Hampshire across the centuries the warmth of its hearth brings true hearts together at Christmastime in these four unique and heartwarming romances Stories include

  • Title: Holiday Inn
  • Author: Debra Dier Linda Winstead Jones Ruth Ryan Langan Linda Madl
  • ISBN: 9780843941074
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Freedom Inn, Port Freedom, New Hampshire across the centuries, the warmth of its hearth brings true hearts together at Christmastime in these four unique and heartwarming romances Stories include love s Light, The Christmas Pearls, Rachel Hero , and Home for Christmas.

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      • Debra Dier Linda Winstead Jones Ruth Ryan Langan Linda Madl

        Rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated The first time I saw a reader mention my possible demise in an online review, chills rippled over my skin It is odd to read someone say she loves you and she thinks you must have died because nothing new has been published in years To that reader and to anyone else who may have mourned my passing I say I have been buried in all the wonderful joys and duties and responsibilities of motherhood Yes, other writers manage to keep pumping out books while dealing with children I think I may have continued, except I had the loss of my mom hit right at the time I was finishing the last book on my contract I just couldn t find the heart to pick up my quill Instead, I plunged into volunteer work Once I left that realm where the written word reigned, I never sought a way back into it I was Alice who forgot about the looking glass.My best friend gave me a magnet a couple of years ago that had Stop me before I volunteer again emblazoned across the shiny surface beneath the face of a young woman who resembled me She told me she was tired of waiting for another book I realized my short hiatus from writing had turned into a twelve year sabbatical I stepped back into my office, looked at my computer and decided she was right I sat down and began writing the first book in a series of fantasy novels for older teens and adults While I was working on the new series, I obtained the rights to all of my previously published novels The next day a New York publisher contacted me and asked to buy the rights to those novels They wanted to publish them immediately It was tempting, but instead of allowing those books to be published in their original form, I decided to take a peek at them and see if there was anything I might do differently today I was always the type of writer who would have been revising in the bookstore if bookstores did not frown upon such tactics The first book, Beyond Forever, took eight months to re write In reality, I kept the concept and a little of the original and wrote a new book The result is A Twist of Fate which will be available late November 2013 In the past year I have reconnected with an old love writing As I work my way through the old novels, I find my concepts and choices concerning characters and plot have altered over the years I am currently working on revising all the old books And yes, eventually, soon I hope, I will return to the new series Before I get another magnet from Kim.Debra Dier is the bestselling author of sixteen critically acclaimed romance novels and short stories Her work has earned her a place in the Writer s Hall of Fame.Deb was born and raised in Niagara Falls, New York Although she always knew she wanted to do something creative in life, well meaning family members talked her into doing something in a much practical light She received a BS in Information Systems Management and headed down a career path that included writing computer code and designing computer systems It wasn t exactly what she had in mind when she thought of a purely creative career For some mystifying reason, she was put on a fast track in that career and became a manager of other programmers and analysts in a large corporation at a young age It was then she decided to try her hand at writing something other than computer systems After her first novel, Surrender the Dream was published, she took the plunge into writing full time She has never regretted that decision.When her daughter was a toddler, Debra decided to take a short hiatus from writing to concentrate on all things motherhood There wasn t a task she didn t take on, including making Halloween costumes, volunteering for room parent every year, and becoming a Girl Scout leader By the way, her idea of camping is staying at a three star hotel Not precisely the roughing it kind of girl At the urging of her daughter, Deb has found herself sleeping on a mat in a ten


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    1. Good stories, all centered around an inn in the tiny town of Port Freedom and spanning two centuries. It was pretty enjoyable - the historic stories were the best. I particularly liked The Christmas Pearls and Rachel's Hero. On the whole the first three stories had very interesting and likable characters, the story and the romance progressed well with everyone getting their HEA. The first story, Love's Light, follows Medora and Alex. Alex was blinded in the Revolutionary War and comes home to re [...]


    2. Interesting theme for an anthology: all of the stories take place in the same family-owned inn over the centuries, spanning from 1781 to 1996. I thought the stand-out story was THE CHRISTMAS PEARLS by Linda Madl, and I'll be looking for more stories by her.


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