Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Thankful Author 2019- Amy Craig

Social media trends can get a little silly, but Angela’s 30 Days of Thankful Authors brings a smile to my face and a warm glow to my heart!

This time of year gives me so many reasons to slow down and enjoy the warmth of family and friends. Whether you’ve got a crew of thirty headed to your home or are looking for a new companion (woof?), November’s cooler days can help you prepare for the steady blitz of December.

Figure 1: My black lab recue is twelve years old now, but still loves cold water! Here she is in 2008, a mere pup in upstate New York. I’ll have a lovely short story in Finally Home, a charity anthology benefitting animal rescue organizations. Look it on December 10 from Bienvenue Press:

These days, I’m thankful for the curiosity of my children, piles of pine straw accumulating in my yard, and a chance to bake my favorite cold-weather recipes. I ran the “family picture” gauntlet on Sunday and even the hassle of getting tights on tiny toes reminded me to enjoy life’s seasons!

When you find a few minutes to yourself this holiday season, consider curling up with A Corporate Courtship: A Sweet Romance. Mayor Gloria has her hands full running Stonewall, but British executive Alexander helps her find her footing before the first snowfall.  Available in Kindle Unlimited or Amazon:

If you’re a bit of a snowbird, look for Sunset Dreams: A Sweet Romance on November 15. Mila loves helping senior citizens, but nothing has prepared her for the protective instincts of Blake, a local firefighter with roots in Biloxi who can’t seem to find his place. Available in Kindle Unlimited or Amazon:
Figure 2: Available with Kindle Unlimited or Amazon:

To see more sweet and contemporary romances in 2020, follow me on Amazon ( or check out any of my social media pages. Happy Holidays!

Amy Craig lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with her family and a small menagerie of pets. She writes women's fiction and contemporary romances with intelligent and empathetic heroines. She can't always vouch for the men. She has worked as an engineer, project manager, and incompetent waitress. In her spare time, she plays tennis and expands her husband’s honey-do list.


  1. Wonderful "Thankful" post, Amy! Happy (early) Thanksgiving!

    1. To you as well, Mary Morgan! Gobble! Gobble!