Thursday, December 15, 2016

What’s Your Wish for this Christmas? by Terri Weldon

Christmas is a magical time of year. While I’m remembering the miraculous birth of my Savior I’m filled with hopes and dreams renewed for my life and the lives of those I love. Do you have a special Christmas wish? I know I had several this year. 

I dreamed of releasing a Christmas novella in 2016. On December 1st The Christmas Bride Wore Boots became available on Amazon. I was blessed to see the realization of one of my Christmas wishes. Writing is a blessing and I thank God for allowing me to write for Him. 

Another one of my Christmas wishes was for health for my family. Health is a universal Christmas wish. Let’s face it, when we’re worried about the health of those we love writing books or getting a new pair of UGG slippers doesn’t seem nearly as important. And while my sister is facing surgery it looks like everything will be fine. 

My final wish is one that gets slid onto the back burner all too frequently. It shouldn’t and hopefully it is just me and you don’t suffer from this problem. I want to grow more and develop a deeper relationship with Christ. After all, it is His birth I’m celebrating. 

What about you? What is your Christmas wish this year?

The Christmas Bride Wore Boots:
Berryhill Brides Book 1

Pastor Jacob Thompson is in need of a director for the living nativity program and veterinarian Molly Kincaid offers to take on the job. The task involves far more than Molly bargained for, nonetheless she’d do anything to help out the man she secretly loves – even sew costumes or cast eight-year-old Wesley Simpson as an angel.
Jacob’s daughter Emma longs to have a mommy of her own, but the widowed pastor has vowed to never remarry, and isn’t ready to open his heart to love again. Molly dreams of filling the void in both their lives, but fears she lacks the necessary qualities to be a pastor’s wife.

As Molly and Jacob work together on the living nativity, their feelings for one another grow. Will Molly realize she is just what Jacob and Emma need in their lives? Can Jacob be released from his grief stricken promise? Could this unlikely duo prove to be a match made in heaven?

Amazon: The Christmas Bride Wore Boots
Kobo:  The Christmas Bride Wore Boots

Terri Weldon is a lead analyst by day and an author by night. She enjoys traveling, gardening, reading, and shopping for shoes. One of her favorite pastimes is volunteering as the librarian at her church. It allows her to shop for books and spend someone else’s money! Plus, she has the great joy of introducing people to Christian fiction. She lives with her family in the Heartland of the United States. Terri has two adorable Westies – Crosby and Nolly Grace. Terri is a member of ACFW and RWA. Her novella, The Christmas Bride Wore Boots, released in December 2016. Readers can connect with Terri: Website: or Blog: Seriously Write



  1. Congrats again, Terri! I'm so thrilled for you to have your Christmas novella out.

    One of my Christmas wishes this year is for a safe delivery of my new grandchild - and for my daughter to also be in a healthy state. She was scheduled for a C-section on December 30, but because her blood pressure is high (same problem she had with the first baby at this point in the pregnancy), the doctor may decide to deliver sooner - unless her blood pressure comes down.

    And of course ... I wish for a Christmas that can be focused on the Christ child - and good family time.

    1. Dawn, congratulations on the immenant birth of a new grand baby! I'll be praying for a healthy mom and baby.

      This had been a busy and bless year for you with two new books and now an addition to your family.

  2. Hi Terri - just finished The Christmas Bride Word Boots and I loved it! It was such a fun read and got me in the Christmas spirit. My wish is for health for me and my family - but I have so much to be thankful for.

    1. Loves to Read, I'm so thankful you enjoyed The Christmas Bride Wore Boots. I pray your Christmas wish will come true. Blessings to you.


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