6/28/22, Catching up!!
I hope you are all doing well, and I owe you an apology, for not writing the blog for several weeks. I’ve been on the road again, threw a wedding for my daughter, whose wedding was cancelled three times during the pandemic, which was heart breaking at the time, and we finally managed to do it now, and it was a beautiful wedding, in a see thru tent with the ceiling covered with tiny lights that looked like stars, and beautiful flowers everywhere. They were married under an arch of exquisite white flowers, and she was a gorgeous bride. And it was wonderful to see all my children in one place, which is difficult to achieve these days.
And I did some house work and got our house in order for the wedding. And then spent a week in New York, for meetings and took some time off. And after that I had two books to edit, and I’ve just come up for air now—-so I haven’t been idle while not writing the blog. And this weekend I played hookie when I finished editing, and had The BEST time watching the new Downton Abbey movie, “The New Era”, all the familiar faces were there (except Lady Mary’s husband, Henry Talbot, played by Matthew Goode). It was like meeting up with old friends. I loved this movie even better than the first one after the series ended. Downton was the first series I fell in love with, and I was crushed when it ended after six years. It is so beautifully written, researched and acted, and perfectly balanced among the actors and many subplots. It’s a wonderful show, and I highly recommend the movie. I liked it so much, I watched it again the next day. SOOOO Much Fun.
And now it’s back to work for a while. Have a wonderful week!!! I hope you have some vacation time planned. I just finished a new book, and might even take some time off myself before starting the next one. And my new book comes out today “Suspects”, it’s a spy book and a thriller, full of intrigue, and I hope you love it!!!
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Hi Danielle, Wonderful to have you back !!!
Your whirlwind trip was a great time to catch up , indeed !!
Finally the beautiful wedding is over !!!
When you didn`t post on your BLOG , I was fearful that you had caught COVID at the wedding.
Can only imagine how eager you were to see the Downton Abbey movie,and feel pleased that you
found it thoroughly up to your high expectations.
Be blessed and take time to relax abit, while we look forward to reading SUSPECTS.
Your faithful reader, who closes with so much love, Bonnie
my wife had been reading “FLYING ANGELS”. At first did not know whatit was about until ai saw the cover.
The book i am reading “The Secret RESCUE, An untold story of american Flight nurses and medics Behind NAZI LNES”.
So you book filled in a human story for both.
One thing that confused me was i did not know the navy had anyone on the ground during and after D-DAY.
your book makes me wonder how everything turned out after he fact
Welcome back, Danielle.
You were missed.
Happy you are having some fun. Awesome!
The new Downton Abbey movie looks good!
Just ordered you new book, “Suspects”, this morning. I can’t wait to have it for my new hammock.
And you have another book coming which looks really good too.
I can’t wait.
Keep enjoying life like you do.
Truth, Wisdom, Love, and sincerity,
I am amazed you are a very hard working person! I hope your daughter is happy in her new life! The way you described the house was lovely. You made me want to watch downtown abbey!
I love your books. I have read a lot of them but you write faster than I can read I’m afraid but I keep trying. I would love to meet you some day and just talk. Thanks for being such a great writer and keeping me and others entertained.
I love your books. I just finished The Wedding. Sam gets pregnant by a man that she doesn’t even know his last name. I thought it would be an idea for a book that the main character is like the guy that got Sam pregnant. He sleeps with women wherever he travels and doesn’t give them a second thought. Then he meets someone who he can’t live without. They want a child but can’t get pregnant. They decide to adopt. Later he finds out he has adopted his own child that he never knew he had. I sure can’t write a book. You write it.