As many of you know, I work for MuseItUp Publishing as an editor and an author. December 1st we're having our Grand Opening! All the details are on my writing blog. I hope you can join us!
I have edited several of the YA books that are releasing and they are excellent. If you have any questions, feel free to send me an email.
December 1st we'll have fun and games for everyone, and now the two houses have two reader's groups as well. The mainstream line is family friendly and I daresay children can go online for the contests. I'll check that out with my publisher but since there's no adult content, it should be fine!
It's our family tradition to stay home on Thanksgiving. I love getting up early to put the bird in the oven and pad around in my slippers setting out breakfast for when my sleepy heads get up. In the next few days, me and the girls will bake cranberry bread, apple and pumpkin pie and prepare vegetables ahead of time. Our fat turkey is thawing now on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator.
If this is a difficult time for you due to illness or the economy, or you know of a single person who is alone for the holidays, there are several local churches who are serving Thanksgiving dinner to families in their areas. Pick a few in your town and give them a call. Chances are that if that one isn't, they know which ones are.
Kell's Restaurant in Allston is serving a free Thanksgiving meal (Christmas, too).
Here are some places on the North Shore.
A country club in Halifax, you need to call ahead of time.
I tried to get a Boston listing but couldn't find any online. If you know of a church nearby, or other facility, be sure to leave it in the comments section for others. And you know, if you burn the bird on Thursday, you can go have dinner there, too!
Sneak preview, I'm hostessing another CNS gift certificate giveaway in honor of finishing NaNoWriMo on November 31st and the launch of MuseItUp Publishing. Details to follow!
photo credits: morguefile.com & MuseItUp Publishing