Hello everyone, I hope all is well with you. I’m Lisa Orchard the bestselling author of “The Super Spies” series and “The Starlight Chronicles.” I’m participating in a blog tour for my Starlight series and the dates and stops are listed below. There’s also a giveaway, so stop on by and enter! You could win!
October 27: Independent AuthorsNovember 3: Welcome to My World of Dreams
November 10: The Reading Addict
November 17: Rogues Angels
November 24: BooksChatter
December 1: Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews
December 8: Archaeolibrarian - I dig good books!
December 15: Cover2Cover
December 15: Cover2Cover
Lark Singer is seventeen years old and already on the way to a brilliant music career. But as she and her band, Starlight, gear up for a competition, life seems to be throwing her a few curve balls. The mysteries of her past seem to be unraveling, and she’s no longer certain she wants to know those answers or how knowing about her past will affect her difficult relationship with her mother. And when her best friend, Bean, changes things between them, all her plans for a musical future are placed in jeopardy. How can she balance her complicated personal life to keep her musical goals on track?
BOX SET CONTAINS ALL THREE BOOKS IN THE STARLIGHT SERIES:
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However, that’s not what I want to talk about today. Since Thanksgiving is just around the corner. I thought I’d write a post about being thankful. At this time last year, I was in the midst of doing chemo. I finished the treatment and I feel that I’ve fully recovered from the ordeal. So I’m especially thankful this year. Here’s my list:
After my bout with chemo and my recovery, I’ve come to realize if you have your health, you have everything. You can’t enjoy your wealth without your health and no amount of money can truly buy good health. So I’m thankful that I’ve recovered and I’m taking better care of myself.
I’m thankful for my family. I have two wonderful boys and a wonderful husband. We’re all quite close and I enjoy all the little things, like my children’s conversations when they don’t think I’m listening and their excitement when they learn something new. I love giving them new experiences and seeing that spark of interest in their eyes when they see something for the first time.
What can I say? I still run to Mom when my feelings get hurt or there’s some unjust situation I’m dealing with. It’s funny the patterns you developed in childhood are still alive and well today. I called her every day when I was going through chemo. I developed a lot of anxiety and it was my mom who I turned to. I’m thankful she’s alive and well and has been there for me whenever I’ve needed her.
My brothers and sister
I’m thankful for my brothers and sister. I’m glad that they’re all healthy and doing well in their lives. We’ve all had our struggles, but I can see that strong independent streak in all of us. We’ve all become stronger through our struggles and I’m thankful I have such an awesome extended family that I share so many memories with.
All throughout my life, I’ve had good friends. I’ve got great memories and I feel very fortunate that I’m still friends with them today. It’s always nice to go down memory lane when we get together. I hope my kids develop the same kind of lasting friendships that I have.
I love to write and I’m thankful that I can follow my passion. It’s a great stress reliever and I’m excited about my growth as a writer too. It’s an awesome feeling to see how I’ve improved. J
This is just a small list of all the things I’m thankful for. How about you? What are you thankful for? Leave a comment, I’d love to hear from you!