Please welcome Leah!
1. What is your favorite thing about the colder weather?
Hmm, this is a tough question because even though I’m a Canuck, I don’t like cold weather. I guess the only thing I like about it is that it gives me a reason to stay inside and read. Now if you’d asked me what my least favorite thing was, I could give you a whole list …
2. What kind of books do you like to curl up with on a cold day?
I love curling up with a romance that take place in a warm setting. Even Texas in December is warmer than where I live in Canada.
3. What is your favorite holiday food?
Pizza cookies – it’s not technically a holiday food, but is around this house simply because I only make them at Christmas. (It’s cookie dough that’s cooked as one large cookie in a pizza pan, then iced and sliced into wedges like a pizza)
4. What is your favorite holiday tradition?
The Present Hunt. My sons are older now, and now they don’t believe in Santa *gasp* we try to keep some of the fun in opening the presents by choosing one victim, I mean lucky recipient each year and hide their present. Instead of a present, they receive a card or something in their stocking that contains a clue that will lead them to another clue and another clue, and they end up having to hunt through the entire house to find their actual present.
5. Be honest, how much do you decorate for the holidays?
A lot! When my mother used to come to visit, she would say it looked like the Christmas Factory exploded at my place. Since she used to work at a Christmas decorations factory, I figured she knew what she was talking about. Tinsel, home sewn ornaments, hand-painted ornaments, Christmas trees – large or small – in every room, garland on all the doorways, dancing Santas, we’re into decorating the place in a big way.
Scavenger Hunt Question:
Which of Leah’s stories takes place on New Year’s Eve?
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