Having written more than forty-five historical and contemporary
novels, when I got the idea for THE CHRISTMAS CLOCK, I had no
idea how to begin. This kind of book was different than
anything I had ever done before. This was serious fiction,
a story concept that began with an old woman named Lottie
Sparks who is stricken with Alzheimer’s and her orphan
grandson, Teddy. I felt compelled to write this book.
My husband’s mother, beloved to both of us, had suffered and died of this terrible disease and I’m sure that’s where the first kernel of an idea for THE CHRISTMAS CLOCK began.
There were other characters in the story, of course, but every time I tried to write the book, I felt as if something were missing.
Then I realized that being a romance writer, I was looking for the once-in-a-lifetime, forever kind of romance that would bring the story together.
And so I came up with Syl Winters and Joe Dixon, two lost souls whose once-unshakable love for each other had been destroyed years ago. After months of trying to make the story come together, I had finally found the key.
Still, it took me two years to write the book and it is not a long novel.
THE CHRISTMAS CLOCK is a heartwarming, emotional tale I am hoping readers will enjoy, the kind of Christmas miracle we all look for in our lives.
I hope you’ll watch for THE CHRISTMAS CLOCK and that it touches your hearty. All best wishes for a happy Holiday Season, Kat
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