Romance Weekly

on November 15, 2016

This week’s question comes the incredibly talented Brenda Margriet:

Brenda Margriet newest

Winter means different things to different people. What do you love about winter? Why not share some of your favorite winter photos from previous years. Have you ever written a book set during winter?

When I was a little girl, winter meant snowmen and sledding and snowball fights and the holidays. Now, without as much time for play, I still love the beauty of an unbroken white field, stretched out as far as I can see. I love snuggling up in front of a roaring fire with a hot drink and good friends. And cozying up to my husband in the cocoon of our bed after a long day. Oh, and did I mention I love sweaters?

Winter comes and goes in my books and I haven’t written one where the season is an important part of the story. Maybe I should. Because winter means Thanksgiving and Christmas and family and friends and joy and good food and presents and remembering to love each other.

I have moved around a lot in my life and I don’t have any photos to share, but I keep images in my heart and sometimes that makes them even more vivid.


Let’s see what the absolutely amazing S.C. Mitchell loves about winter.

S.C. Mitchell

One thought on “Romance Weekly”

  1. jbdsie says:

    Snuggling up next to a roaring fire is the best! So is keeping all the memories of winter.

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