Sunday, December 23, 2012

Great Christmas Tree Tour: Glynna Kaye

The creativity and ingenuity of my friends and fellow writers never ceases to amaze me.
Wait until you see this unique Christmas tree!


"I do a "theme tree" in my home office every year.  THIS year's tree features keychains that I've been collecting on my travels--for 20 years--everywhere from California's Disneyland to London to a Diamondbacks game in Phoenix!  (Friends are now sending me keychains from THEIR travels, too!)  Storing my "ornaments" takes very little space, and keychains make an inexpensive and packable vacation souvenir for a festive, memory-invoking Christmas tree!"  
 The Love Inspired “Texas Twins” mini-series. 
Two sets of twins, torn apart by family secrets, find their way home.

#1 Her Surprise Sister – Marty Perry (July 2012)
#2 Mirror Image Bride – Barbara McMahon (August 2012)
#3 Carbon Copy Cowboy – Arlene James (September 2012)
#4 Look-Alike Lawman – Glynna Kaye (October 2012)
#5 The Soldier’s Newfound Family – Kathryn Springer (November 2012)
#6 Reunited for the Holidays - Jillian Hart (December 2012)
 
Book #4 of the “Texas Twins” series.
A Little Boy’s Hero. When big-city cop Grayson Wallace visits an elementary school for career day, he finds his heartstrings unexpectedly tugged by a six-year-old fatherless boy. Gray offers to mentor the child, but widowed mother Elise Lopez wants nothing to do with men in uniform. Now he can’t get the struggling Lopezes off his mind. All he can think about is what family means—especially after discovering the identical twin brother he hadn’t known he had in Grasslands. Maybe a trip to ranch country is just what he, Elise and little Cory need.
ISBN: 978-0-373-87770-6




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9 comments:

  1. Hi Glynna,

    Cute idea!

    Merry Christmas.

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  2. Merry Christmas, Glynna. Love the keychain tree! You do a different tree EVERY YEAR????????????
    I am impressed and humbled!
    I loved Look-Alike Lawman.

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  3. This is one of my favorite trees, Gynna! Love it.

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  4. Talk about clever! And you have built-in hangers to boot. Love this idea!

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  5. I love this idea for a tree. What memories each keychain brings. Thanks for sharing it, Glynna.

    Marcy

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  6. What a great idea and a sweet tree. I've got to tell my son about this. We live in Maine and he had to relocate to Virginia in August. He could do this for a lightweight collection for his future.

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  7. What a great idea! And the tree still looks pretty and Christmassy!

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  8. You have a lot of key chains there and it makes easy for storing that is nice. Lovely memories that is what is most important and means the most.
    Happy Holiday's

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