Thursday, December 6, 2012

My Favorite K.W. McCabe

The fun Christmas memories keep coming.  Today we get to hear from the organizer of this showcasing of new indies, K.W. McCabe.  She proves that short is still sweet.  Here, she shares the memories of her favorite holiday.  And make sure you check out the end of the post for information on her book, The Dragon's Call.

My Favorite Holiday K. W. McCabe
The Christmas that I remember most was the first Christmas I spent away from home when I moved away to college.
I was living at the on campus apartments at California State University Hayward (now CSU East Bay), and there were four of us, all female, packed into the apartment - two to each room.
And since we all were away from our families, we decided to celebrate and go all out.

I went out and bought a Christmas tree and we all chipped in and cooked food: pies, a honey-glazed ham, whipped cream, cheesy mashed potatoes - you name it, we did it.
We fed half the college students in the apartment building that day, and it's still my best and favorite memory of Christmas!

Blurb for The Dragon's Call:
In a thoughtless final act of destruction, humans wake the one creature of legend they have no protection against.

Years after the complete subjugation of the human race, Derek, heir of the Dragon Queen, and Cecily, create a tentative friendship.

But something or someone is stalking the human enclave. Cecily and Derek must find out who and why before she's next.

Kareen is a great person, a great writer and lots of fun to get to know.  Just try it for yourself!  And buy the book!

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1 comment:

  1. Great memory. I think scenes from the past make the best ones. I can almost smell the food, hear the happy chatter, and share your excitement at being an individual rather than a member of your family.