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Thursday, March 14, 2019

#ThursdayThoughts with Kimberly Miller!

Good Morning!

Last month I introduced to you new to me, fellow PBG author, Kimberly Miller when she shared treasures with us. Please welcome her back as she shares some thoughts....

This Thursday, my thoughts, like so many others, are on spring. As a college professor I’m stuck under a pile of papers that need to be graded, a host of meetings I need to attend, and a spring break that has recently passed. While graduation is still a little too far away to bring any hope.

But spring. Ahh, spring. Doesn’t it promise so many gifts? New life in trees budding again, sunny days that allow you to leave that thick winter coat at home, and less time (finally) every morning chiseling that car window free from a pile of snow and ice. All beautiful, amazing things.

My first novel, Picking Daisy, begins at the edge of spring and summer. Daisy is excited for the changes the weather will bring, but she has no idea what huge changes are soon coming to her door!

If you’re looking for a sweet romance about unexpected love, Picking Daisy could be the book for you and is available in Ebook and Print!

Thanks for sharing, Kimberly! I'm a Spring, Summer & Fall person myself (mostly Summer) LOL.

Hope you enjoyed today's post friends and don't forget, Kimberly's brand new release, Forgiving Tess can be purchased at Amazon also. You can find out more about Kimberly by connecting with her on Facebook and visiting her website.

Until next time, take care and God Bless.


Raquel Byrnes said...

Oh, I love sweet romance. Sounds like a great story. 😊

Gail Pallotta said...

I'm so excited about spring! I love the warmer weather and sunshine. What a great time to set your book with the flowers and trees coming into bloom. Your books sounds interesting.

Jacqueline Seewald said...

Spring and romance go so well together! Congrats on the publication of your novel. Wishing you much success.

Carol James said...

I remember my first spring in Atlanta. The dogwoods and azaleas here make it look like a floral wonderland! Thanks for the reminder that we should never take our world for granted.

Barbara M. Britton said...

Hi Kimberly,

I'm hoping we will get a spring in Wisconsin. This has been a crazy weather year. I love the covers of your books.

Emily Conrad said...

I love spring! Since we had our first day in the 50's yesterday after a long winter, it's very fresh on my mind, still giving me hope, despite the fact that it's snowing again right now... But that's part of the fun of it, isn't it? The tug-o-war, since, after all, we know summer will eventually come. :)