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A Letter from Danielle for February ‘19
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  A Letter from Danielle for February ‘19
Hello Everyone, Here comes February, still deep in the heart of winter. As I write this, it’s snowing, and Spring seems a million years away. I’ve been writing like crazy all winter, the holidays were busy and also seem like they are a long time behind us. When we’re in it, winter seems like the [...] Read more
A Letter from Danielle for January ‘19
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  A Letter from Danielle for January ‘19
Hi Everyone!!! When I think of January, I think of bears cozily hibernating in their cave, which is pretty much what I do every year in January—after the mad dash of the holidays, with kids coming home, family meals, all our Christmas traditions, getting last minute gifts, and just running around. My kids leave for wherever [...] Read more
A Letter from Danielle for December ‘18
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  A Letter from Danielle for December ‘18
Hi Everyone, It’s official. I just decided. December is my favorite month of the year. Gorgeous crisp cold weather, maybe a little hint of snow, beautiful decorations all lit up, Christmas trees lit up in the windows. I love everything about Christmas, and the holidays. At the beginning of December, my book ACCIDENTAL HEROES will be out [...] Read more
A Letter from Danielle for November ‘18
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  A Letter from Danielle for November ‘18
Hi Everyone, I hope you’re well, and enjoying the Fall and Fall weather!!! The Fall is so beautiful in some parts of the world (the turning of the leaves in New England), and a little dreary in others, as winter begins in earnest. Just as Halloween leaps out at me in October, Thanksgiving is the highlight in [...] Read more
A Letter from Danielle for October ‘18
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  A Letter from Danielle for October ‘18
Hi Everyone, I hope you’re enjoying the crisp weather, the turning of the leaves in some parts of the country – particularly in the East – and everything revving up for a busy fall! I really enjoy October, AND it’s the month of one of my favorite holidays: Halloween. It’s one of those playful holidays that [...] Read more
A Letter from Danielle for September ‘18
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  A Letter from Danielle for September ‘18
Hi Everyone, It’s funny how every month has a special flavor to it, and a special connotation. I love the idea of May, with the first promise of summer, and happy times to come. I remember balmy May evenings that were so full of that feeling of early summer. And I love December and the holidays [...] Read more
A Letter from Danielle for August ‘18
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  A Letter from Danielle for August ‘18
Hi Everyone, I hope you’ve had a good summer so far, and have had some down time and vacation, or are looking forward to some holiday time in August. Today marks the release of my novel PAST PERFECT in paperback! It’s a fun book about two families living in the same house – a hundred [...] Read more
A Letter from Danielle for July ‘18
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  A Letter from Danielle for July ‘18
Hi Everyone!!! Happy summer!!! There’s no doubt about it now – the summer season is here! I hope your summer is off to a great start, with happy plans ahead for some R&R. The big opening event for July for most people is the 4th of July, and there is nothing more fun than an old [...] Read more
A Letter from Danielle for June ‘18
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  A Letter from Danielle for June ‘18
Hi Everyone, Well, here it is at last, summer!! Yayyy!!! It should be warm everywhere by now, and was a rough winter for many of us!!! I love June because it’s finally, obviously summer, with leaves on trees, everything in bloom, and warm weather. And summer plans are under way. The best part of my summer [...] Read more
A Letter from Danielle for May ‘18
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  A Letter from Danielle for May ‘18
Hi Everyone, I hope it’s spring by now, wherever you are. It snowed in New York (and Paris!!) in April, so spring has been a long time coming and we’ve earned it!!! I’ve always loved May with its warmer weather and balmy evenings, flowers everywhere, and spring at last. When I was a child, particularly in [...] Read more