22 December 2011

Friday Five… Three… One

Happy Friday! I hope everyone is ready for the holidays.

Callie Hutton is today's guest. Besides giving us insight into her mother's opinion of underwear, she's also talking bout her new book, A Wife By Christmas from Soul Mate Publishing.

Callie, you're up...

1.     Favorite word: Tenacious
2.     First thing you do in the morning: Make coffee
3.     Favorite song to dance to: YMCA
4.     What constitutes a crime against nature: Abusing and/or neglecting animals
5.     Favorite destination: Home

1.     What book is on your nightstand? "Twice In A Lifetime" by Jennifer Jakes
2.     What would your mother say about today’s underwear choice? Why bother?
3.     What scares you most? Something happening to one of my children.

1.     Using these four words, write a sentence: Wimpy. Dairy. St. Nickolas. Millions.
St. Nickolas is certainly not wimpy, delivering millions of toys to children and drinking their favorite dairy drink while munching on cookies.

Feel free to give us a teaser about your new book and information where to find you online.

High School Principal Max Colbert needs to get rid of that pesky History teacher, Ellie Henderson. Getting her married off is the perfect solution, except everyone he introduces her to doesn’t seem right.
In 1906 Guthrie, Oklahoma, History teacher, Ellie Henderson, has been a thorn in High School Principal Max Colbert’s side ever since he took over three months ago. When she’s not flying by his office, late for her class, with books and papers jumbled in her arms, she’s attending Suffragettes meetings against his orders.

Because of her family connections, he can’t fire her, but he can certainly find someone to marry her, and keep her busy in the kitchen. And far away from his school. Max soon finds that what seemed like a good idea can turn into disaster when Miss Ellie Henderson is involved. The woman is a master at getting into trouble.
With the Christmas season in full swing, he has many opportunities to introduce her to prospective husbands. However, the uncomfortable feeling is growing that no one is worthy of the minx…

 My website: http://calliehutton.com/
Buy link: http://www.amazon.com/A-Wife-by-Christmas-ebook/dp/B006H2A51E/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1324167458&sr=1-1 

Friday Five...Three...One... is a chance for guest bloggers to share a bit about themselves in a fun format of Five Facts, Three Questions and One Sentence. If you'd like to be a guest on Friday Five, Three, One drop me an email.


Calisa Rhose said...

This is fun! I think my mom would've agreed with your mother on underwear, or ask "What underwear?"

Callie said...

Well, women didn't even wear underwear in the middle ages. Thanks for stopping by, Calisa.

Cheryl Pierson said...

Are you an Oklahoman? I think Calisa is and I am, too. Love Guthrie and the rich history there! I live in Oklahoma City but was raised in Seminole.Your book sounds awesome! That's a neat time period, too. My mom was a big "underwear" person--she was one of those that would tell you to put on clean underwear every time you went out just in case you had a car accident. LOL
Merry Christmas!

Keena Kincaid said...

Hi, everyone...and welcome, Callie.

Mom always said to put on clean underwear, too. When I started working as a journalist, I realized that no one paid any attention to your underwear when you were in an accident. LOL!

Callie said...

Hey Cheryl, yes I am an Okie. Actually an Okie-Jersey Girl. Oklahoma is my adopted state. I was totally fascinated with the Land Run and just knew I had to a story. Calisa and I are CPs, and fellow OKRWA members. Thanks for stopping by.

Callie said...

Hey Keena,

I agree. I think I would rather have a paramedic more interested in my health than my underwear!

christine warner said...

How fun was that! Loved the quickie interview :)

Callie, great answers and fun excerpt! Much success with your book....not that you need it, but I have to offer it anyway :)

Happy Holidays All :)

Callie said...

Thanks, Christine. Appreciate you stopping by.

Ceri Hebert said...

fun blog! YMCA is such a danceable song!

Callie said...

I agree. It's almost impossible to sit still when it plays.

Ally Broadfield said...

What a fabulous format for an interview! Hmmm. The underwear question. Not sure how I would answer that.