Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas and Farewell 2020!

Well, bless my britches, if it isn’t the Jolly Ol’ Elf himself and Santa too! CLICK the image for a holiday message and excerpt about “Special Christmas Memories in Shiloh” You’ll discover a holiday FREE gift you can share beginning December 21 through Christmas Day.

Now available – the narration of Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol…

Watch my narrated video readings of Charles Dickens’ Christmas classic leading up to Christmas. Visit @TMBrownAuthor on Facebook and learn more about my year-end https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLM0DMV6gb6ZaXxgX0z9RiCELqVuaj30B4 personal appearances as well.

What Does 2021 Hold as 2020 Ends?

2020 deserves an extra-special Merry Christmas to wrap up a wild, crazy, and certainly unexpected year. My two off-the-cuff wishes this Christmas are COVID’s departure and no more political commercials and mailings.

My two sons are ending 2020 with unexpected promotions. I enjoy knowing they enjoy their careers and are being rewarded for it. Also, my five grandkids have remained healthy and happy through the past few months, whether stuck at home virtual learning or in the classroom they have adapted well and are thriving better than us adults. 2021 will see our two oldest grandsons become seniors. By next fall, I pray COVID has fizzled as they begin their final year in high school.

As for me, I look forward to rebooting in 2021 the launch of Purgatory, A Progeny’s Quest, the finale to the Shiloh Mystery Series, published by Southern Fried Karma LLC, Atlanta. Originally launched on May 26th, the three Shiloh novels helped each other forge forward in spite of the shutdowns and limited engagements.

This past August, my wife and I spent a week in Darien, Georgia–a truly enchanted, history-filled seaport town–for our 47th Anniversary. But, beyond the great seafood we enjoyed, I left with a compelling story for my next novel, a historical entrenched multi-generational tale, covering 150 years. As a history major, I am anxious to make another trip there this spring. Watch for more news about “Sapelo’s Lost Legacy.”

Some Family Legacies are like grand antediluvian live oaks with far-reaching gnarly, moss-laden limbs. One can only stand in amazement amidst the shadows of these monsters that have survived storms, wars and mankind’s progress for centuries.
Lost in time as I began my story’s research while staying at Open Gates Bed & Breakfast in Darien, Georgia. That research led me to the writing of “Sapelo’s Lost Legacy” – Stay tuned for more news in coming months with a target of 2022 for its release.

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND GOD BLESS EVERYONE!