Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Author's Christmas Home Tour

Would you like to see how authors Angela Hunt and Robin Lee Hatcher celebrate Christmas? Or maybe catch a glimpse of how Karen Ball and Deborah Raney decorate for the holidays? Perhaps you'd like to know what these authors wish for you this Christmas season...

If yes, then welcome to our Author's Christmas Home Tour!

Several of my writing buddies and I have recorded video clips and pictures, snippets of what Christmas is like in our homes, and are sharing them with you via YouTube.

Click below to visit me in my home here in Nashville, and then click on the link below that to visit the home of fabulous author and editor, Karen Ball! Once you've visited Karen's blog, she'll list "the directions" that will take you to the next author's home, and so forth.

Grab a cup of coffee or spiced apple cider (or a partially frozen Diet Dr. Pepper, my nectar of choice) and join us!



And if the entire "view" doesn't show here, click here to go directly to YouTube to see the large screen version. :)










Click here to visit Karen Ball's home!

17 comments:

  1. Loved your tribute to your Mom, Tammy, and your lovely home--we both have the same gold color in our homes! :-) Love you lots, and merry Christmas!

    Angie

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  2. I loved seeing inside your Christmas and hearing your voice!

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  3. Thanks, Angie. Loved seeing your home too. Hey, if you ever want to get rid of that sofa, let me know. It matches my house perfectly!. :)

    You're sweet, Linda! Thanks for stopping by.

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  4. Awesome video tour, Tamera! You're still my hero--want to be like you when I grow up. Hehe.

    Loved the tribute to your mom. Made me miss mine all over again. But I love Christmas, because I get to pull out ornaments and decorations that were hers. HUGS!!

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  5. What a beautiful home and a beautiful family! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Oh Ronie! That's so kind of you to say! And I love your comment about the ornaments. Yes, so true. The smaller Christmas Tree pictured in the Home Tour Video is actually Mom's and Dad's. My Dad gave it to me and we set it up over Thanksgiving.

    We're in the process of getting his and Mom's condo in ATL ready to sell, then he'll come to live with us. We're so excited! He'll eventually split the time between here and ATL once my brother and SIL have a house again. They're in between homes now.

    Thanks for visiting, Shelly! Merry Christmas!

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  7. Thank you, Tammie! Your home is beautiful and I love your choice for the accompanying song. We wore out a cassette of Alabama Christmas.

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  8. My heart is in Tennessee--and I loved the music playing in the background. (My Warren side of my family is from Waynesboro.What's left of my family is still there--going on 200 years! :)

    Loved the photos and hugs to you. Your tribute to your mom was nice.

    Merry Christmas!

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  9. It's a favorite CD of mine too, Carrie. Thanks for watching!

    Since your heart is here, Crystal, get the rest of yourself down here too, lady! 200 years of family in Waynesboro. Cool! My father's side of the family hails from Fayetteville -- and Gattistown, which isn't far from Fayetteville. Beautiful country!

    Merry Christmas all!

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  10. Beautiful homes! Thank you for sharing your Christmas spirit with us. Merry Christmas!

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  11. What a beautiful home and beautiful memories. Be blessed!!

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  12. Hi Tammy,
    Thanks so much for sharing this special video with us! I loved seeing your home and family and to hear your special tribute to your Mom.

    Love and prayers this Christmas,
    Carrie

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  13. Gosh, I'm blubbering like an idiot. I recently lost my Grandmother. Thank you for reminding me of God's love this Christmas.

    Have a wonderful Christmas and a Blessed New Year!

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  14. Thanks, friends! And CeeCee, I'm sorry to hear about your Grandmother's passing and look forward to meeting her one day soon!

    I just took two loaves of pumpkin bread from the oven and my house is smelling like Christmas!! Love it! ;)

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  15. What a lovely, lovely tour...and such a beautiful message.

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  16. Tamera, that was just beautiful. Am sorry for the loss of your mom but rejoice in the knowledge that you will see her again one day. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

    In Christ,
    Mimi @ Woven by Words

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  17. Thanks, Roxanne, and glad you stopped by.

    Mimi, thanks for that encouragement!

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