Cecelia Dowdy and Camy Tang this week

» Posted on Mar 17, 2008 in Blog | Comments Off on Cecelia Dowdy and Camy Tang this week

My winners for last week were:
Jo for Better Than Gold by Laurie Alice Eakes
Stampedwithgrace for Fully Engaged by Abby Gaines
Missy for The Diaper Diaries by Abby Gaines
Congratulations ladies!!

This week my guest is Cecelia Dowdy. She will be giving away in a drawing First Mates, her Love Inspired book. Either leave a comment with your email address in it or email me at margaretdaley@gmail.com to enter the drawing. It will end on Sunday evening. Also I will be having as a special guest at the end of the week Camy Tang who will be giving away her newest book, Only Uni. Her heroine has been gracious enough to answer some of my questions. The same goes for that drawing. Leave a comment with your email address or email me.

Cecelia Dowdy’s bio:
Cecelia Dowdy has been an avid reader since she learned to string
letters together to form words. While pursuing a business degree in
college one of her professors tried to convince her to get an English
degree since he felt she was a great writer. Years later, after
receiving her BS in Finance, she took her former teacher’s advice, and
started pursuing her literary career.

She loves to read, write, and bake delicious desserts during her spare
time. Traveling is another favorite hobby, and she’s been to various
countries around the world, including Germany, France, England, Tahiti,
New Zealand, Mexico, Jamaica, Bahamas, Cayman Islands, and Santo
Domingo. She enjoys listening to old tunes with her husband on Saturday
nights. Currently she resides with her spouse and young son in

Updates in my life:
This is my favorite time of year when all the plants bloom after a long winter’s sleep. I’ve even been able to put the top down on my car and drive with the wind blowing through my hair. What a feeling of being free! Another thing I love to do is go for a walk—with my granddaughters. The other day we walked to the pond with me pushing the stroller. One of my granddaughters talked me into pushing the stroller around the big pond where there wasn’t a path, so they could feed the ducks and geese, which of course, were on that side of the pond. Now picture me struggling with a stroller over the grass on a hill that is at a sixty-degree angle. I think I wrenched my knee on that hike, but they had a great time and loved feeding the birds. What are some things you enjoy doing in the springtime?

As you all know I retired in December from teaching so I could write full-time. Well, things have changed a little bit. I will be finishing the school year out as a special education teacher in a kindergarten/first grade because a teacher went on maternity leave. I couldn’t say no even though I probably should have. Once a teacher always a teacher, I guess, although this will be only temporary.
Take care, Margaret