Featured BooksWorkaholic, Wyatt Garber, has neglected his wife for too long. Realizing he might lose her, he sets out to woo her during a short vacation in Hemisphere. When it doesn't help, he makes a wish for time but it comes true in an usual way. Now he's living the same day over and over in a town where people lock themselves in their homes between sunset and sunrise – and salt, bibles, and crucifixes are as common in decorating schemes as paintings, window dressings, and knickknacks. More info →
Hi, I’m Kristy, lover of God, family, friends, good books, and yummy food. I’m also on a quest to get in the best shape of my life. As a clean and wholesome/Christian romance author, I spend much of my days sitting at a desk. And we all know that a sedentary lifestyle isn’t conducive to good health. So it’s time to change all that. To start counteracting the side effects of too little activity, hypothyroidism, and gluten intolerance. Yeah, It’s time to get busy because I plan on living to be a happy, healthy, and energetic centenarian. I also plan on writing a lot more books! 🙂
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- I think Jingle likes my office Christmas tree more than the cats. Uh-oh. I think there's more #christmasmischief to come.I think the reason I like to write sweet romance is because I like to be happy. And what better way to be happy than to write stories that always end in a #happilyeverafter? If you like reading romance novels, head on over to my website where you can get two free, full-length books today. http://kristykjames.net/free-starter-library/Until I found the recipe for the @hungryelephant non-fathead dough pizza crust, I either went crustless, or used low carb lavash bread. But I won't have to do that anymore. This was a fabulous bacon pizza - with a crust I'll be using again and again. Heading back to their YouTube channel to see if I can find a non-fathead dough dinner roll (experimenting early for Thanksgiving). :)
My Book ProgressNo books currently in progress. Come back soon for updates!
Monthly Archives: October 2015
I’m not sure why the creators of National Novel Writing Month chose November for the big writing challenge that’s turned into a worldwide event. But they did. And authors who choose to participate, especially those who live in the United … Continue reading →
We have already established the fact that I love fall. And one thing I especially enjoy during the cooler months is ice cream. Unfortunately, when the temperatures are soaring, rich desserts don’t always agree with my stomach. It’s probably why, … Continue reading →
When I really, really love a book, I don’t want to get to the last chapter. And I want to avoid it so much, I’ll figure out ways to prolong having to read it. Maybe I’ll “need” to bake some … Continue reading →
What?! Did you read that right? You sure did! The Coach’s Boys series, including its first companion story, Holding Out For Love, is now available in paperback. All eight of them! I know you’re thinking that all of the covers … Continue reading →
I’ve been known to call myself a cheapskate from time to time. One friend says nope. I’m just frugal. I’m not sure either description is one-hundred percent accurate though. It just depends on the situation. When the kids were small … Continue reading →
I’ve never made a secret of the fact that I prefer the months between October and April more than any other time of the year. Nope. I don’t love summer. And I’d love spring more – if summer didn’t follow … Continue reading →
One of the things I most enjoyed writing about in my Coach’s Boys series was the lifelong friendship between the guys and the coach. They had a bond that couldn’t be broken. It’s just my opinion, but everyone should have … Continue reading →
So… This hasn’t been a red-letter week for me in the fitness department. I’ve been slacking off on the getting up and moving every 30-60 minutes … and we’re not even going to talk about the treadmill in this post. … Continue reading →