It's final day of the book release blog tour. Yippee!
First of all, don't forget to guess Rachel's lie to win Don't Fall, a contemporary retelling of Rapunzel.
Tis the season to be grateful. I feel like I've been drowning in cheese with all this awesomeness, and I have you to thank for reading, supporting, and being incredible you. So thank you for participating, playing, and commenting. It means the world to me. As you look around at life this week, I hope you'll take a moment to ponder what makes it rich, and the abundance of blessings you experience, even in the darkest times. (Especially in the darkest times.)
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After today is over, I'm taking a cheese holiday. I'll be back on November 30 with a final post and giveaway for the year.
I think gratitude is so imporant these days... especially in these days... otherwise we could get lost in the negativity which isn't helpful. Happy upcoming Thanksgiving to you and your family Crystalk xoxReplyDelete
Thank you, Launna. It's true, we can get trapped in our negativity so easily if not focusing on the good in life. There's so much to be grateful for.Delete
I'm so happy to be hosting you today! I'm grateful for awesome writer friends like you. :) I'm also grateful for not having to travel this year as my MIL now lives here in town. I would love to see the Netherlands' Cheese Market as my cheese holiday! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.ReplyDelete
You rock. You just do it--it's the truth. I'm so happy you get to stay local for Thanksgiving. What a blessing! (I'll take one of those cheese markets local too...or at least, my teleportation device working again.)Delete
Happy Thanksgiving, Crystal. So pleased your blog tour went well. It was lovely to see you all over :) Now take a well earned break and enjoy the family.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Nicola. I'm excited to clock out for a little bit, but first, I have to pop in and see all my friends--including you. Thanks for the shout!Delete
Living in the UK, I don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, but I do wish you a very happy time. I’m thankful for being alive and for being well enough to enjoy my life. I’m also more than thankful for a loving family.ReplyDelete
Agreed! Health and family and two of the VERY greatest blessings. Wishing you the best week!Delete
So proud you've finished this! I just visited you over on Christine's site. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
Thank you! I'm sure I'll see you hanging around Facebook. ;)Delete
Here's to your cheese holiday! If you run out of crackers, just call. Great post over at Christine's today!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Lee. I just may have to call! Crackers disappear almost as fast as the cheese around here. ;)Delete
Congratulations on having such a great campaign! May you always have a pile of cheese to make you happy...ReplyDelete
Aw! Thanks, Sharon. You're the best.Delete
I agree with Sharon. This book launch is extensive. All the luck with it, Crystal. Cheese, glorious cheese. I love it. I'm on my way over to Christine's blog to read that post. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Victoria! You know, I just asked for help...and this is what happened. Be careful what you ask for, eh? It's good to feel loved by so many wonderful bloggers.Delete
Okay, I'm not so sure about the guy getting drowned in cheese...I can't imagine trying to wash that off. Haha! But I'm certainly thankful for a few days off!ReplyDelete
LOL. You and me both. Everyone needs a breath of fresh air on occasion, eh?Delete
Wow! It's been a busy tour, it looks like! I just finished Timeless and it was a great book. Now I want to go back and read the other two!ReplyDelete
You're not kidding. 55 stops and a few pre-tour posts. Whew! I saw your review, and thank you so much! My husband is actually the one who saw the review and had to ask if I knew you. =)Delete
A wine and cheese holiday would be nice!ReplyDelete
Yes! Let's make it happen, eh?Delete
We don't celebrate Thanksgiving here in Germany, more the pity, and I think we need to be thankful for all we have every day. I just had cheese and fresh bread here, and I am always thankful for such luxuries. Have a great week, hugs, ValerieReplyDelete
Thanks, Valerie! You know, Thanksgiving or not, I do keep a gratitude journal, and it's a fabulous practice to examine every day through the eyes of gratitude.Delete
A simple look around can sure show one they do have much to be thankful for. All perspective.ReplyDelete
You sure have put a lot into your blog tour! I hope it pays off for you with a ton of sales. :)ReplyDelete
Life is good, and I'm grateful to still be around to enjoy it. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
I put a lot into anything I do. I think that's the only way to live. =)Delete
I hope you have the most fabulous Thanksgiving too!
Enjoy your cheese holiday!! You have a great tour. Many wonderful posts!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Elizabeth.Delete
There could be worse things than drowning in cheese. Enjoy your break!ReplyDelete
Have a happy Thanksgiving! My family celebrates together every year with a delicious meal. Then we make a recording of what we are thankful for, and listen to a recording from a previous year.ReplyDelete
What a lovely tradition! Wishing you the best Thanksgiving in return.Delete
Have a great holiday.ReplyDelete
Happy early Thanksgiving. I'll be celebrating with my family and dinner should be interesting because of how many people have allergies and diet restrictions. Mom keeps joking she's just going to get a bale of hay for us to eat.ReplyDelete
LOL. Hay for you! I'm sorry. We've got a few restrictions too, but only on one kid, thankfully. Wishing you the best Thanksgiving!Delete
Happy Thanksgiving, Crystal!!ReplyDelete
Thanksgiving will be a lot smaller this year, but then Christmas will be bigger, so I'm very excited about that! ^_^ Happy last day of the tour!
Big Christmases are the best. I wish you the very best, Krystal.Delete
Have a Happy Thanksgiving - I so enjoyed your series, I may donate mine to a Christmas book drive as a set.ReplyDelete
Aw! You're a sweetheart. I'm glad you enjoyed it. It was a lot of years in the making. =)Delete
Happy thanksgiving. And congrats on making it through your massive blog tour. Impressive. Now go have some more cheese!ReplyDelete
Right!?! Like ALL the cheeses after that. ;)Delete
Happy Thanksgiving! We are going low key this year, letting the other family members host us for a change. For that, I am very thankful ;)ReplyDelete
I'm a little envious there. Our family is all on the other side of the country, so we make dinner, or we miss out.Delete
Have the best Thanksgiving ever!! I wish we had found this blog earlier - it's so much fun and love the design layout!!!!ReplyDelete
Aw, thank you so much! Hey, I'll be around a little, I just won't be posting regularly until January.Delete
I hope your tour went well.ReplyDelete
I'm dreading Thanksgiving this year. My grandfather passed away on Sunday, and Thanksgiving is the holiday I spend with him. It's going to be tough. :(
Oh boy. Send love and cheese your way.Delete
Hi Crystal - congratulations on your books and now enjoy relaxing and some down time ... or at least in the kitchen eating something different to cheese!ReplyDelete
I think I'd have to go to Switzerland ... where I could have different fondues - knowing I'd be walking them off each day ...
Cheers and Happy Thanksgiving - Hilary
Switzerland would be a dangerous place for me to visit. ;)Delete
Thank you and wishing you all the best, Hilary!
The final day?! Wow. I have a lot of catching up to do, LOL. You've really taken over the blogosphere lately!ReplyDelete
Since my mom's birthday is always around Thanksgiving (and sometimes on Thanksgiving), I like to spend this time of year celebrating her awesomeness. Hope you enjoy your cheese holiday, Crystal! :P
Go big or go home, eh?Delete
I hope you have the most wonderful Thanksgiving with your mom!
You are amazing. Congrats again. And Happy, Cheesy Thanksgiving! I'm so blessed with an amazing family and a sweet class of students. There's always, always good to be found in life. ChristyReplyDelete
It's true. We don't have to look far to find the awesomeness in life.Delete
Hope you enjoyed your tour! It's been a lot of fun. Have a great Thanksgiving - I assume the cheeseboard will come into play!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Nick. There will definitely be a ton of cheese. There has to be, right?Delete
Oh, congratulations on the book tour!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Kati!Delete
Based on that last picture of Wallace, I hope your cheese holiday takes you to the moon. Mmm, tastes like Wensleydale! Cheers to the successful book tour and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!ReplyDelete
To the moon and back. LOL! I love that show.Delete
Happy Thanksgiving! You definitely deserve a cheese holiday after all that work! So glad you made it through your book tour. Awesome job!ReplyDelete
Thanks a ton, Sherry. Couldn't have done it without your awesomeness.Delete
THANK YOU, Blue!!!Delete
Happy Cheesy Thanksgiving! Hope your holiday was wonderful and that you got to relax. I celebrate Thanksgiving, but this year was pretty low key. My fiance and I had dinner at our house, as other family members were away. Quiet, but nice. :)ReplyDelete
Also- we wanted to help spread the word on the book, so even though we aren't officially part of the blog tour- we posted about it on our Author Tracker Blog (http://jessicahaight.blogspot.com/). :) We hope that is okay! Wishing you all the best!ReplyDelete
You know what? That was one of the BEST surprises. Seriously. Thank you SO much.Delete
Hi Crystal! You must be exhausted after that long tour. I hope you've met heaps of new peeps and have sold lots of books. I'm sure the cheese helps. I've been meaning to ask, are your husband and children cheese fanatics too? Isn't that lovely that Jess posted for you!ReplyDelete
No, don't celebrate Thanksgiving Down Under. We're busy getting ready for a knock-out Christmas feast/week of wallowing in family and friends. I usually serve turkey, LOL~!
Actually, yes. My whole family loves cheese. One daughter thought she could get away from it...and we almost disowned her. Almost. She came to see the light. ;)Delete
Hoping you had an awesome tour and a very Happy Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Nas. It was fabulous. I hope you also had an excellent one.Delete
Happy Thanksgiving to you:) May the cheese be plentiful;)ReplyDelete
YES! Thanks, Mark.Delete