The Year of Caleb

20 Hours. As of this writing, that’s how long my power has been out. I can only pray my Internet connection and laptop battery will hold out long enough for me to get this posted.

You see, my state has witnessed its first white Christmas in over 85 years, and what a white Christmas it was too! (If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen some of it). Since I currently do not have access to actual statistics, (no power, remember?), I can only guess at the accumulation, which – from my Colorado-raised perspective – is about 10 inches.

“More snow than I’ve ever seen here,” said my hubs, who has lived here all his life. To which this Colorado girl replied, “Pfft.”

But I digress. I didn’t plan my last Love, Lust and Laptops blog post for 2012 to be about snow, loss of power or the fact that it’s currently a brisk 55 degrees in my house. Oh no. I had planned to talk about something much more dramatic than that.

2013. The Year of Caleb.

We’ve averted yet another apocalypse, so 2013 is already looking good. And for those of you who are counting the days to Caleb’s story…you’ll have to count a few more…but rest assured, there is an end in sight.

2013 will be a big year for Caleb. While working to protect his sister’s best friend, Caleb will be forced to face the demons of his past. Demons that threaten to destroy him, and everyone he holds dear. The Martin family bands together as Caleb embarks on the fight of – and for – his life.

Working with Caleb has been challenging, heart wrenching, and one of the greatest experiences of my life. Here’s hoping he continues to cooperate to the very end! 🙂

2013 is almost upon us and I, for one, am looking forward to a great year! And I look forward to spending it with you! As of right now, I’m scheduled to be at RomCon in June, so if any of you are attending, be sure to look for me! Also, follow/like my blog, Facebook and Twitter to keep up with my schedule!

Happy Year of Caleb! And, as always, happy reading!


8 thoughts on “The Year of Caleb

  1. Parker — Hugs on the snow — and tell your hubby to get a whole house, gas-powered generator so you will always have access. It’s good for hurricanes and tornadoes also. 🙂 As for Caleb? Bring him on. I’m ready. — Hugs, Moni.


  2. I want Caleb. I live for Caleb. I need Caleb…as Parker well knows. I’m am so excited about his arrival, I’m practically already quivering!


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