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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

A Write Spot Recap

Have you ever walked down a street just after dark, in that twilight time when indoor lights are coming on but curtains aren't yet drawn? 

I asked that question back in September of 2013 and it started me on the road to a project launched this spring called The Write Spot, a bi-weekly author series spotlighting the many and varied places where writers write.

Since June of this year, I've been truly fortunate to host eleven talented women writers who've shared their interests, their work, and their write spots with us. As the year comes to an end, I thought it would be fun to gather them all together for another visit. Click on any text link below to jump to the author's Write Spot. And if you're still looking for that perfect stocking stuffer, why not give a book? You'll find something for every taste from these wonderful ladies. (I've included a link to my original Write Spot post, too, so you can see where I work and/or get up to mischief with Sam the Cat... mostly the latter!)

Sheila Seabrook        Fran McNabb        Heidi Ashworth 

Joanne Guidoccio   Karen McCullough    Sydell Voeller   

   Kathye Quick     Sandra Carey Cody      Jillian Dagg    

         Susan McNicoll        Rebecca Kertz        Cheryl Cooke        

Thanks again to all my guests for taking the time to share their writing worlds with us, and to everyone who stopped by to read and comment - you're the best!

Speaking of stocking stuffers, if you're in the Toronto area and looking for ideas, check out the charming gift shop at The Victorian Garden Tea Room in Etobicoke. You'll find autographed hard cover copies of my books Sparks Fly, Rock Solid, and Fast Focus - clean romances for the book lovers on your list - along with a huge assortment of teas, teapots, cups, British treats, and gift items. And do stay for one of shop owner Michelle's traditional high teas. Delicious! The tea room is located at 313 Burnhamthorpe Road (at Martin Grove) in Etobicoke.


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At 10:02 am, Blogger Joanne Guidoccio said...

Hi Cheryl, Thanks for including me in this series. Lots of fun! :)

At 10:06 am, Blogger Sydell Voeller said...

Thanks for the recap, Cheryl. I loved your note about how you were inspired to create The Write Spot--walking down the street at twilight. That's especially meaningful now during the holidays.

At 12:50 pm, Blogger Fran McNabb said...

Cheryl, thank you so much for doing this blog feature and including your fellow authors. I really appreciate being included. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

At 6:42 pm, Anonymous Susan McNicoll said...

It was an absolute delight and honour to be featured in The Write Spot and Jay was also happy to show his gorgeous self and part of our home to those who stopped by. Merry Christmas to you and Sam.

At 8:16 pm, Blogger Sandy Cody said...

I was honored to be invited to be part of The Write Spot in the first place and am doubly honored to be included with this group of authors. Thanks - and Merry Christmas.

At 11:23 am, Blogger Sarah Richmond said...

So many talented authors on The Write Spot. Thanks so much for featuring them.
Best wishes for a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Sarah Richmond

At 4:38 pm, Blogger Sheila Seabrook said...

I loved reading about all of the authors's writing spots, Cheryl. Thanks so much for including me. :)

Have a wonderful holiday season!

At 2:16 pm, Blogger Cheryl said...

Thank you all for visiting The Write Spot!


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