What do I mean by confusion?
In my new novella, The Christmas Confusion, the main characters both think the other left them behind after high school graduation. Tiffany thinks Nick is married--he's wearing a wedding band after all and no one knows where her sister, Emma, is. There are the wonderful ups and the not-so-great downs of getting to know someone you once loved, all over again.
In real life, Christmas can be confusing because of the myriad emotions we all experience during this season. There is the joy of celebrating our Savior's birth and all the wonderful trappings that go with Christmas. There is the tinge of sadness as we remember past Christmases and people who are no longer with us and the excitement of future holidays with new people in our lives.
I wish you, dear readers, a wonderful Christmas! Please also know that, if this time brings some sadness with it as well--that there's a church family nearby that would love to have you, and there's a God who never leaves you.
For the blog scavenger hunt, please tell me what Tiffany's niece's name is--if you read the book, I promise you'll fall in love with that girl. I'm already halfway through writing the next book, sister Shelby's story, and Haley is one sassy scene-stealer! Happy Scavenging and I hope you have a wonderful, Merry Christmas! By the way, you can buy the book on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Christmas-Confusion-Christina-Sinisi-ebook/dp/B081V8Q1FR/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Christina+Sinisi&qid=1575891759&sr=8-1
Thank you so much for visiting! The next author on the tour is Hallee Bridgeman, who is telling us all about her Christmas book Christmas Star Sapphire. You can find it at this link. http://www.halleebridgeman.com/christmas-scavenger-hunt-round-robin/
Remember that the round-robin will end on December 16th at 11:59 PM EST!