LESLIE BUDEWITZ: As i write, the season’s first real snow is beginning to fall. We’ll all be a bit skittish on the roads in the morning, but in a few days, we’ll be driving like the winter folk we are. Cold days and colder nights are great for reading and writing, and I’m hard at work on two future books: the next Food Lovers’ Village Mystery, and something entirely different that I’m calling Blind Faith, and not just for the process of writing it!
I’ll be out and about in western Montana twice this weekend, and hope you’ll join me. Kalispell’s annual Holiday Art Stroll is this Friday, Dec 2, from 5-9 pm, and I’ll be signing books at Think Local: Exclusively Montana Made on Main Street. (And a bonus: my hunny, Don Beans, will be playing his guitar and singing!) Saturday, Dec 3, I’ll be a guest of the Mineral County Library in Superior at their Christmas Bazaar and Book Sale, speaking and signing books at 2 pm. (This event is in the elementary school, not the library.)
After that, I’m staying home to write. Thanks to all of you who have joined me on my writing journey this past year. Wishing you all the blessings of the season!