It’s Christmas come early!
The paperback edition of A Lowcountry Christmas recently landed on my doorstep and is available now where books are sold. This year it’s on bookshelves anointed with a special award: the Southern Book Prize. It’s a tremendous honor from the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance. Thank you, SIBA!
This family novel has a powerful message for the holidays. It brings awareness about PTSD among our military families and the powerful healing therapy service dogs can provide. I dedicated this novel to my son, a Marine, and wrote it in honor of our U.S. veterans and their families. I wanted to show how any trauma—PTSD, depression, addiction—doesn’t happen to just one person. It happens to the family. And the worst time for families to deal with problems is the Christmas season. Like the classic holiday film “It’s A Wonderful Life,” A Lowcountry Christmas delivers an emotional message of hope, inspiration, and love … hallmarks of the spirit of the holiday season.
Last year, The Post & Courier published a short Q&A about A Lowcountry Christmas. I’d like to share it with you today. It’s a great way to learn more about my first ever holiday novel.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE ARTICLE.
The book’s small size and price make it the perfect book to slip in your purse while you travel, or to give as a stocking stuffer. A Lowcountry Christmas is my gift to you!
Have a joyous, blessed holiday season.