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Christmas to me has always meant a beach. Yes, you read that correctly: a beach. My grandmother was one of 11 children and by the time I was of school age, the surviving siblings had all moved to Florida to escape New York winters. This meant that, in order to be together for the holiday season, our immediate family was piled into a car for the three day drive from NY to Florida—the beach. Continue reading
Posted in Western Culture, Women writers
Tagged Amy Hale Auker, Christmas, Crossed Trails, Eunice Boeve, Gambling on an Angel, Karen Casey Fitzjerrell, Love's Justice, memories, Paty Jager, Rightful Place, Rionna Morgan, The Dividing Season, western Christmas
I have as my guest today Karen Casey Fitzjerrell. A Texas girl through and through, Karen was born near Houston in Baytown, near the tip of the Houston Ship Channel, and now lives in San Antonio. Formerly a freelance writer for several newspapers and regional magazines in the state, she recently turned to getting her fiction works out from under the bed and into the public eye for us all to enjoy. Continue reading