Tuesday, December 28, 2010

A Very Happy New Year to Us All!




Kelly Flynn Knitting Mysteries released in 2010----



DOUBLE KNIT MURDERS

November 2010

and



SKEIN OF THE CRIME

June 2010


Hi, Everyone! I'm still back East in Virginia. On the date of this post, my daughter Maria & I will be spending a few days in Colonial Williamsburg enjoying all the holiday festivities and events in this beautifully-restored colonial town.

If you're curious, here's the website: http://www.colonialwilliamsburg.com/


I'll be back to my regular blog post next Tuesday, but while it's still 2010 I wanted to express my gratitude to all the readers for embracing the latest releases in the Kelly Flynn Knitting Mysteries: SKEIN OF THE CRIME & DOUBLE KNIT MURDERS----both pictured above.


Thank you, thank you to all of you readers who have made the Kelly Flynn mysteries the national bestsellers that they are. Thank you, Everyone! And I wish a Peaceful and Prosperous New Year to you all!

12 comments:

Bookwoman said...

I hope you have had a wonderful visit with your daughter. I really enjoyed meeting at Borders here in Colorado Springs.

My New Year's Day post on my blog Booklady's Booknotes will be about Cozy Mysteries and I will be giving away one of the books you signed for me (I'm keeping the other one.)

Happy New Year!

Beverly aka Bookwoman

Sandy said...

Happy New Year Maggie! Have fun with your daughter in Colonial Williamsburg.
It has been years, okay, decades since I have been there. I love the way they decorate for the holidays. I'll have to go back some day.
I'm looking forward to the upcoming year and lots of cozy mysteries.
Enjoy! Sandy

signlady217 said...

Hope everyone has a wonderful New Year, and gets to enjoy lots of great books! Looking forward to what the Cozy Chicks have planned for 2011!

On a side note: Today is our 25th wedding anniversary! Yeah us, for making it this far! And I'm extra excited because hubby got me a Kindle! E-book world, here I come!

(I think I went a little overboard with the !!! on those sentences!) :D

Miki Willa said...

I haven't been to Colonial Williamsburg for many years, but I still have great memories. My favorite is of being on the lawn in the town square watching the fireworks on the 4th of July. I trust you are truly enjoying your visit there.

Rita B said...

I know you are having a great time with your daughter. When I'm with mine it's wonderful. But to be in Williamsburg and with your daughter must be grand :-). Have a wonderful New Year and again thanks for the great books. Have a safe trip home too.

Debra said...

I hope you post some Williamsburg pictures.

Linda McDonald said...

Happy New Year to you and your family Maggie. I bet you are having a fun time in Williamsburg. I was there once before, when I was a teenager, and I remember it being a very interesting place.

Aurian said...

Happy New Year Maggie! I hope to read more of your books soon. I have it on pre-order.

Maggie Sefton said...

Beverly---I really enjoyedn meeting you, too. And thank you for sharing a Kelly Flynn mystery.

Sandy---I hope you can visit Colonial Williamsburg again one day. Meanwhile, keep enjoying those cozy mysteries!

Maggie Sefton said...

Hey, signlady---You bet that's cause for celebration. Enjoy your Kindle!!! ;)

Miki---I'm hoping I'll be able to attend at July 4th celebration there one day, too. It sounds wonderful.

Maggie Sefton said...

Thanks, Rita. :)

Debra---You know, neither Maria nor I took any photos with our cell phones. We simply enjoyed it all. I plan to return in 2011 during the warmer weather & I'll take some photos then.

Maggie Sefton said...

Linda---Indeed, it is an interesting place. You might want to return now that you're an adult and will appreciate things on a more mature level. :)

Why, thank you, Aurian. Happy New Year to you, too!

And Happy New Year again to all of you Cozy Chicks bloggers!