Posted by: Author | December 17, 2011

Guest Post- Welcome to Casey Crow

Welcome to my friend, Casey who recently had her debut release

Holiday Traditions

By: Casey Crow

Thank you, Jillian, for hosting me today. I’m a big fan of your books and love subscribing to your blog. I always learn some cool tidbit of information from you! It’s an honor to be here.

 Thanks also for helping me celebrate the release of my debut CAN’T FAKE THIS.

 A divorcee ready to reenter the dating world, Anna Ryan is determined to be the best “product on the market,” which requires a lot more experience so she propositions sexy police officer Chase Harris to teach her how to make hot, passionate love as opposed to just having sex. He takes it a step further, instructing each lesson based on The Twelve Days of Christmas.

 Anna and Chase know what will keep them busy for the Twelve Days of Christmas. What about you? Do you have any special holiday traditions for you or your family? What’s your favorite? I love the craziness of Christmas Eve at my dad’s with all the grandkids tearing into to gifts all at once. I love the excitement of my children when they wake me up at six a.m. on Christmas morning, and I won’t let them go downstairs until I can get down there with camera in hand.

 I’d love to hear your thoughts. Merry Christmas!

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Casey Crow is a Summa Cum Laude graduate from the University of Alabama with degrees in Business Management and Dance.  She received her Master of Business Administration from the University of Mobile.  Casey resides in Mobile where she stays busy with her two young children.  She also works as a dance choreographer, pageant coach, professional emcee and model, and certified Miss America preliminary judge.  In fact, she is a former Miss University of Alabama.  Casey writes erotic and spicy contemporary romances with the tagline “Sexy, Southern & Sassy.”  

 

 

 

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Responses

  1. What a great cover, Casey! As for holiday traditions, it’s all about the breakfast for me. We’ve always celebrated on Christmas morning. When we were young, it was church services, breakfast AND dishes, THEN unwrapping gifts. Nowadays, it’s a 40-50 person brunch at my brother’s house. A collection of parents, siblings, children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and a couple friends tossed in to make sure we have enough to celebrate. Meryy Christmas, Casey! Merry Christmas, Jillian!

    • Merry Christmas, Laurie.. Enjoy the big crowd!!

      • Laurie – Wow. I think that’s the biggest family get together outside of a reunion that I’ve ever heard. That’s got to be so much fun! Enjoy it! Thanks for your kind wishes and Merry Christmas to you as well!

  2. Good morning! Casey, I wish you the best with your book. My family’s most consistent Christmas tradition is the caroling party that my mother has every year. All our friends and neighbors come and Santa makes an appearance. She’s got photographic evidence of my high-school self perched on Santa’s lap, looking about like you’d expect a high-school student to look in that situation! Last year it was cancelled because Mom was in California taking care of her sister who had cancer, so this year we’re going to be partying double.
    Merry Christmas to Jillian, Casey, and all your blog followers!
    Liv

    • Sounds like a wonderful tradition, Liv. I’m so glad you’ll have your mom with you this year and hope your aunt recovered. Merry Christmas to you as well.

    • Liv – What a fantastic tradition! My daughter has been begging me to go caroling. I’m glad your mom is back with you this year and hope your aunt is better. Having family around to share this special time of year is what it’s all about. Thanks for visiting! Happy holidays!

  3. Good morning, everyone! Sorry I’m jumping in late. Got folks coming over for a Christmas party and had to get the dirty dishes out of the sink! LOL

    Jillian – Thanks again for having me! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

    Laurie – Wow. I think that’s the biggest family get together outside of a reunion that I’ve ever heard. That’s got to be so much fun! Enjoy it! Thanks for your kind wishes and Merry Christmas to you as well!

    Liv – What a fantastic tradition! My daughter has been begging me to go caroling. I’m glad your mom is back with you this year and hope your aunt is better. Having family around to share this special time of year is what it’s all about. Thanks for visiting! Happy holidays!

    • Thanks for posting today, Casey. Tis the busy season. Have a wonderful Christmas with your family as well.

      • Jillian, I just received you have the nifty feature of individual responses. I need this for my blog!

      • Yes, you do. Lol. I used to enjoy caroling til I got too old and found out I can’t carry a tune. You should totally take your daughter.


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