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This was Hallmark’s version of a TV dating show. It wasn’t as riveting as other Hallmark movies but had a good ending nevertheless.
This was a delightful book about a woman who joined a dating service so she could write an article about it for work. The man she had crushed on years ago (the brother of her best friend) was back in her life, and they sparred quite a bit. It was funny and yet I wanted to see her problems resolved. I was not disappointed.
I loved this movie. I was rooting for the female lead because her boss hadn’t treated her well, and she decides to start a new life when she inherits a chalet in Vail. The man she couldn’t stand at first ends up being a very nice guy. I loved the German influence in Vail. They had a festival to save a failing restaurant, and it was, all in all, a feel-good movie. My rating: 5 stars.
It’s already the first of December! Can you believe it? I thought I’d let you know this blog now has a different theme. Have a happy December and holidays.
I first heard about this new course through a writing group I am in on Facebook, The Iron Writer’s Challenge. Jason Brick, our admin who wrote this course, is [I am humbled to say] my writing coach and mentor. He encourages me to the degree I never knew I needed. And now I can take his course! You can read about it by using this link: https://brickcommajason.us5.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=4299696a78d8901fc4ee85f42&id=5ab61cfc12 I’m looking forward to this course to nail down exactly what my objectives are for my writing career. Mr. Brick has adequately worked hard to make his career in writing something he can be proud of, something that fulfills every dream he ever…
A reminder of his love for her survived all those years until she found it again.