My granddaughter loves Dory so my daughter made her a Dory pumpkin. As soon as she saw it, she wanted Nemo too. They’re best friends and are always together, you see. lol
Okay, up at 3:45 with more pain in my arm. Decided to get up and do some stuff, then try to go to bed for a little while longer. I have to take the dogs in for their shots this morning, poor dogs. And I’m over halfway done on proofing Night of the Billionaire Wolf. Ninety pages to go! And here is the delightful cover for the book!
USA Today bestselling author Terry Spear brings you a shifter world like no other
It’s not easy being a billionaire, a wolf shifter, and a woman…
Lexi Summerfield built her business from the ground up. But with great
wealth comes great responsibility, and some drawbacks Lexi could not
have anticipated. Lexi never knows who she can trust… Even on
vacation, Lexi has a hard time trying to relax. And for good reason―the
paparazzi are dogging her, and so is someone else with evil intent.
Then Lexi meets bodyguard and gray wolf shifter Ryder Gallagher, who’s
also vacationing at Redwood National Park. When the two run into each
other on the hiking trails, and then serendipitously rescue two bear
cubs, Lexi feels safe for the first time in she can’t remember when. But
secrets have a way of surfacing… With the danger around Lexi
escalating, Ryder will do whatever it takes to stay by her side…
Billionaire Wolf Series: Billionaire in Wolf’s Clothing (Book 1) A Billionaire Wolf for Christmas (Book 2) Night of the Billionaire Wolf (Book 3)
Praise for the Billionaire Wolf series: “Entertaining and suspenseful…another great read from Terry Spear.”―Night Owl Reviews “Heart-racing action with plenty of love and steamy moments… get it ASAP.”―Fresh Fiction “Packed with adventure… Magnificently entertaining.”―RT Book Reviews Top Pick for Billionaire in Wolf’s Clothing
Okay, heating pad on shoulder, time to try and get some more sleep. Four to six hours isn’t enough. By midday, I’m drooping.
Start with printing out a picture to use, tape it over the pumpkin, then use a tack or something like it to punch holes around the shape you want to cut out. I used the tool that I poke holes into my fabric for arm and leg joints and to add bear eyes. The kids had a kit with one. You could use a tack or other sharp pointy object.
Peel off the picture and cut out along the pin-pricked lines. Add light to the pumpkin, turn off lights, and voila! This is the best Jack-O-Lantern I’ve ever created. Howool!
And my fun friend, Lola, sent me this picture of herself (I added the wolf and a couple of other embellishments), reminding me I have the 10th Anniversary release of To Tempt the Wolf coming out on the 29th!! Thanks, Lola, you are a treasure!
What with writing and publishing Cougar Halloween Mischief, editing, formatting and publishing Winning the Highlander’s Heart, The Accidental Highland Hero, A Ghost of a Chance at Love that I’d received the rights back from (all since I finished the last contracted book, Red Wolf Christmas), and edits for various books and a release last month, it’s been crazy!!!
That’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it. Now I’m working on edits for two more books. Night of the Billionaire Wolf is easy. I should have the edits done today, and then start rereading it, and hopefully turn it in on Monday or Tuesday.
If you were to make a Jack-O-Lantern, what would you make?
I’ll show off the others on Monday. My daughter made Dory and Sally from Nightmare Before Christmas and my SIL made Spiderman. My granddaughter wanted Nemo too. Dory and Nemo go together. lol
I’m off to check and see if any more links for Cougar Halloween Mischief are available and then working on Billionaire edits some more. Well, AFTER I feed the puppies. They are haunting me for food right now. You’d think they were starved.
Have a super fun day!! The bewitching hour approaches!
Love this time of year, especially if it will cool down. I put out pumpkins one year and they were moldy mush before it was time for Halloween. My kids and I get together every Halloween for a fun family tradition.
I’m off to write for a bit. I reached 23,000 words on Claiming the White Bear and walked 6 miles through the zoo and the pumpkin patch, rode a train, and took a wagon ride through the pumpkin patch. All fun!
I had a black and white cat for nearly 17 years and so my mother gave me lots of adorable miniature artist designed black and white cats and pandas. The one kitty cat was so upset when the ghost said, “Boo!” that she fainted dead away.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. But with their jack-o-lanterns and the witch’s lantern (which happens to be a lantern that goes to a Christmas light string), lol, so see? …it’s perfect to mix and match with decorations and still give them that Halloween feel. I’m all set!
Do you decorate for Halloween?
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