Hahaaa! That's adorable. I love it. :-)
And ME! Just got your book before Irene hit!
Thanks Jessica, BTW, two photos would not transfer from my card to my photo shop. One was hubby, man reading with a mile. The other was grandma, reading with style, while doing her hair.
Julie, Thanks so much for stopping by. Did you have to evacuate?
Great photos, Pamela... reassuring that I'm not the only one with a man who nods off while reading my book. LOL
Cute! I don't think I could get hubby to read my book. And what beautiful woodwork you have in the background of those pictures! Now I'm wondering if they were taken at a vacation cabin or your home. I dream of one day having a log home like that. :)
Love it! Great pics.I enjoy Pamela's books as several were in Arizona and in the area I live. I like reading about places I'm familiar with as I "see" the book as I read so that makes it even more real.
Sandra, The man nodding is actually my brother in law. I couldn't get my husband's photo to load :( And, no, sadly my husband while he'll help provide hero research, he won't read one.
Naomi, We vacationed in Greer, Arizona, right after the fire. We'd had the reservation for months. We were stuck in the cabin as we couldn't ride our quads or go fishing or anything. It was a great cabin. LOL, my son really did sleep in the bathtub that was in the middle of the living room.
Judy, To this day, my favorite books are the Broken Bones was. They were set in Congress, Arizona. Thanks so much for stopping by.
This is so funny, Pamela!You have the sweetest and most dedicated family... with great taste for readings too LOL.It would be nice to see where Love Inspired Books are being read so you can launch that challenge to your readers in the future... in the line of those bobbleheads you have but books instead. Wouldn't it be funny?Thank you for sharing!
Theresa, You have the best ideas. I'm writing that one down!
These are cute pictures, Pamela! I haven't been able to get my husband to read my first book, and now I feel better after reading everyone's comments. :)
LOL, too cute!! Sounded like Dr. Seuss. :)
Loved the pics, Pam! And the location. So cute. So clever!BTW, I read Pamela Tracy books!
So cute (and original!) Pamela! Ditto what Missy said---sounded like Dr. Seuss! :) Blessings, Patti Jo
Karen, My first book came out in 1999. I proudly gave it to my dad, who read three sentences, told me it was good, and asked why it took so long to get published (he wasn't criticizing me; he honestly was criticizing the publishers and thinking that after just reading three sentences, they should have recognized my talent sooner). BTW, I was raised an only child. Betcha can tell.
Missy, LOL, yes, I was channeling Seuss!
Ah, Debby, you made my day, and here's a secret... I love, love, love to write suspense.
PattiJo, Thank you so much for stopping by!
Love it ! Just Love IT!!
Cute post, Pamela! Never considered that use for my bathtub!
LOL You have more people in your house reading your books than I have in my house reading mine! Too cute!
Christine, Actually, my son has a bunkbed, we rented a cabin over the fourth, and he fell in love with the decorative bathrub.
Lisa, LOL, right. My six year old can only read: Go, Dick, Go. See, Jane. Help Jane. See Jane and Spot. My brother in law is asleep. Grandpa has the book unside-down. My wonderful sister in law is also a writer, so yes, she reads my books.
Very cute :)
Loved you getting all "Seussical"...great pics, too!
Jenny, I wondered where you were! BTW, I'm getting a kitten in just two weeks.
That was so cute. Thanks for the laugh Pam. What makes it even better is I know everyone in the photos.:)
You even know grandpa? Isn't it grand. I love my family.
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