From: Two Bites Too Many
Series: Sarah Blair Mystery Series
Author: Debra H. Goldstein
It’s not that I’m against the holiday season, but how many collars can a cat wear? Mother Blair, who rescued me from the swirling waters during a hurricane loved to dress me up in collars. She also believed in being an equal opportunity celebrator. Because of her, I have Fourth of July (red-white-and blue), Valentine’s Day (hearts), Christmas (red and green), Chanukah (blue, white, and little menorahs), and even Ground Hog’s Day (a little animal that alternates seeing its shadow) collars. Don’t tell Sarah Blair, who began taking care of me after Mother Blair died, but I sort of enjoy having my collar changed for every holiday.
There’s something to be said about celebrating. This month, friends of mine will celebrateChristmas, Chanukah, and Kwanzaa. I plan to make Sarah change my collar for each holiday out of respect to each of them. I hope all of you have a happy holidays and I was wondering: Do you wear anything special for whatever holiday you celebrate and is it serious (like my collars) or questionable (like the ugly Christmas sweater I saw in Sarah’s drawer)?
For this holiday season, my human author, Debra H. Goldstein, wants to celebrate with you (U.S. readers only) by giving away one copy of each of the four books she has written: One Taste Too Many, Two Bites Too Many, Should Have Played Poker: a Carrie Martin and the Mah Jongg Players Mystery, and Maze in Blue. When you leave your comment, leave a part of your name or nickname and some form of your e-mail address. Comments will only be accepted through midnight December 13, 2019. The winner will be randomly drawn and announced in the comments on December 14. Good-luck and happy holidays.