Hello and happy Tuesday. So glad you took the time to join us. Here is this week’s challenge:
Describe your earliest memory.
The bedroom in my grandparent’s house. I was three or four. The sunshine washed the room in a warm glow and the breeze through the open window lifted the curtains. It was such a pretty day.
The bed was covered in greeting cards, end to end like little soldiers. So many. I couldn’t read yet, so I had no idea what they said. And my grandpa, my Baba, wasn’t there to read them to me. He was always so kind to me.
I had no idea at the time, but those were condolence cards. My Baba was no more.
I was all alone in the room and there was a sense of peace. I didn’t know then, but his passing would change every aspect of my life.
In later years, I realized how much other people can alter my world. And when their influence is gone, how much it can change things even more.
I don’t have many happy memories, just mostly ones that I’ve learned from. And that’s okay, since I believe it makes me stronger and a better writer.
Now let’s hop over to the fantastic PG Forte. But first…this book is wonderful!
Twice each year, Aine Murphy ventures into the woods to hold ceremonies to honor the Oak King and the Holly King, never dreaming these Lords of the Forest could be anything more than myth. When the legends spring to life in front of her, how can she help but fall for the sexy demi-gods she’s loved all her life?