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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

#TuesdayTreasures with Erin Unger

Good Morning Friends and Welcome to another edition of Tuesday Treasures!

Today's guest is new to our blog so let's please give Erin Unger a huge....H-E-L-L-O and Welcome!

Hello everyone! Tuesdays are the best days. They are quite literally a treasure to me. And how cool is it to have a chance to chat with you on my favorite day? I’m sure you’re wondering why I’d pick that day of the week as a favorite. It is a bit odd. But the reason I love it is because I’m fortunate enough to have the majority of my family over for family night every Tuesday. If you came for a visit that day, you’d be swamped by the best good-natured people you could meet. We average 14-30—or more—people every time. Aunts, uncles, sisters, brothers, my mom and dad, friends, cousins ... everyone is welcome. Just bring a potluck meal to share. Add a game and fun conversation to the merriment and you can see why we love our get-togethers.

Every meal is themed. We all get to vote on what we want to have the following week. Sometimes it’s pizza night, sometimes tacos, you name it, we’ve probably shared that meal together.

In my romantic suspense novel releasing March 29, 2019, Maddie Clare also loves family time with her cousins. She enjoys a good board game or two—when she’s not running from a stalker. Throw in a chance to one-up her arch enemy ex-boyfriend, Joze Evans, in a game of monopoly, and you can see why she can’t wait for the next get-together of her own.

Do you get to share precious time with your family? Comment below on your most treasured times with family.

Erin Unger was raised in the hills of Virginia, exploring abandoned houses and reading the scariest books she could find. After marrying so young it would make a great romance novel, she has enjoyed an exciting life with her hubby. But her fast-paced life sometimes rivals the suspense in her books thanks to all her mostly grown children and a couple grandkids. Find out more about Erin and follow her at her website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Erin's novel, Practicing Murder, releases March 29, 2019. Find her other books on her Amazon Author Page.

Book Blurb: Graduate student Maddie Clare is never talking to her ex-boyfriend Joze Evans or God again. Broken from her past and Joze’s betrayal, she must go home for her Aunt Lonna’s funeral. But after a run-in with a stalker, who insists Maddie knows the secret that had Aunt Lonna investigating him, she’s afraid for her life and must accept Joze’s protection.

As the stalker draws closer, how will Maddie and Joze face the past and their love that never died? And will Maddie stay out of the stalker’s grip long enough to figure out what secret he possesses?

Oh wow, Erin, how fun and interesting! Thanks for sharing.

Hope you enjoyed the post friends and that you'll check back regularly for Tuesday Treasures, Thursday Thoughts and Saturday Spotlight. 

Until next time, good luck and God's blessings


Connie Bretes said...

Sounds like a great suspense. I hope you have great success with the book.

Sharon Ervin said...

TV viewers who watch "Blue Bloods," allegedly say they like the Sunday meals the Reagan family has together where they talk together. When our four children were growing up, I insisted we have dinner together every evening, even tho it had to be scheduled around dance and piano lessons, football games, wrestling practices, scout meetings, church events, etc. I didn't realize then how precious those meals and those times together were until people began going away to college and jobs and their places sat empty. Thanks for the reminder.

Erin Unger said...

Thanks for stopping by, Connie!

Erin Unger said...

We're starting to see kids heading off to work or college too. It feels quite odd when everyone isn't present. I'm going to cling to the memories for sure. But I'm hoping in the coming years they will return to our regularly scheduled family time. Do you still get a chance to have dinner with all of your kids sometimes?

Erin Unger said...

Thanks for having me, Pamela!

Gail Pallotta said...

This looks like lots of fun! thanks for sharing with us.

Carol James said...

Erin, what a blessing for you to be able to make those special memories with your family! Thanks for sharing.

Mary A Felkins said...

What a rich tradition! I pray you will continue this for many, many years! Greatful to stop in and say 'hello', Erin :)

Erin Unger said...

Thanks Gail!

Erin Unger said...

I promise you I don't take it for granted. So many people don't have any family close by. That's why everyone is welcome. Friends and all.

Erin Unger said...

Hi Mary!! Hope you're well. I do also pray it continues.

Kelly Goshorn said...

I loved hearing about your family dinner/game nights. If I lived closer, I'd crash!

Erin Unger said...

You'd be very welcome to join!

Jacqueline Seewald said...


Nothing better than a closely knit family coming together! Wishing you much success with your forthcoming novel.

Erin Unger said...

Thanks Jacqueline! I'm so thankful that God has chosen writing as my gift.