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Winter Storm Watch by Gail Kittleson — 7 Comments

  1. Ginger, thanks for letting me visit. I enjoyed connecting the winter weather to Dottie’s life. And how appropriate – here in the AZ pine forest today, the mountains are thick with snow, every iota of space shivering with a lovely white cover. Wish you could experience this with me!

  2. Enjoyed the interview with Gail. I have read and thoroughly enjoyed In This Together. The snow sounds wonderful, but the problem in Texas is we get the frozen ice first which leaves everything slick.

    • Slick is not good. I really only like the snow when I don’t have to go anywhere, which is why I live in Alabama… We only get it once in a while instead of regularly. 🙂

      • We’re up in the AZ mountains right now, and have spent half the day out snow-gazing. Somehow, the addition of mountains, the Mogollon Rim, and incredibly tall Ponderosa pines makes a huge difference from seeing a huge snowfall in flat Iowa.

        However, Alabama sounds good to me, too!

        Thanks for stopping in, Ann.

  3. The weather affects us all, doesn’t it? The past week in Arizona has been filled with rain and, yes, even snow in the high country. It makes me want to stay inside, drink hot tea, and read. It’s hard to stay motivated to work on lazy days.

    This is a good reminder to all writers that the weather plays a role in our books. It is our job to make our readers “feel it” and show how it affects our characters and stories.