The first morning this week we haven’t woken to new fallen snow. At least I think that is right. We’ve had so much snow for the last two weeks I can’t keep track. I am so ready for spring. March can come in like a lion at this point and I’d welcome it. I like snow. I really do, but I haven’t seen this much snow in one winter since I was a child. And we had snow back then. Deep snow. Snow that was ideal for sledding. And it wasn’t just me and my brother who would get out and play in it. I remember one year when my grandmother, grandfather, aunt and uncle all traipsed to the back pasture where there is a hillside and we’d sled down it. We had a blast, but those days are long gone. I have to drive in this weather now and I am glad to say other than sliding a little in my driveway I have been lucky to not encounter bad roads.
Published by Leanne Tyler
Award winning author, Leanne Tyler lives in the South and her writing reflects her heritage. She writes sensual Southern romances whether historical or contemporary. Leanne's debut release Victory's Gate was the 2007 American Rose winner of the Through the Garden Gate contest and was released electronically by The Wild Rose Press in December 2007. Finally in December 2009 the Through the Garden Gate Anthology is available in print and includes the four winning entries.
Stepping into the Contemporary circle, she debuted with her Class of '85 Reunion story It's Always Been You in August 2011. And her first full-length novel Season of Love (Nov. 2011) is a time-travel set in 1850 Charleston, SC.
She invites readers to step into her world and enjoy the passion.
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