Saturday at The Wine Market in Marietta. Gail is joined by owner Karen Giese and Habitat for Humanity fundraiser Andy Tatnall. The wine basket raffle raised $263
Imagine a family of four, traveling west in a covered wagon. They come across a mysterious house, occupied by a whimsical family. The secret to the creation and distribution of eggnog during Christmas season is cleverly revealed. As their joyful experience unfolds, we become part of their celebration of family, friends, community and hard work. Remember to keep the secret of the butterflies within you.
I am looking forward to my book being published and released in January 2017. If you would like to pre-order your copy please click on this link – The Nog Story: A Tale About the Origin of Eggnog
On Jan. 17,2014, Gail Heller had her son Jared and his friend Brandon deliver 53 boxes or 606 lbs. of shoes to a drop off point in Kennesaw, GA. Gail collected all these shoes for Soles4Souls while promoting her book, Seely’s Shoes in 2013. The Soles4Souls organization was very appreciative and will be posting this on their blog.
I met you last Friday at the Networking Lunch at Braise and purchased your book. I just finished reading it and really enjoyed it. I like your details of the characters and how you weave the past with the present. Great job! I think middle school age students will like this. I’m looking forward to your next book and helping you get into schools in Dawson County. If you ever have the chance, I’d love to get together and share our passions.
Happy New Year! Last year was fantastic due to all of the wonderful positive response I received for my first book, Seely’s Shoes.
2014 is shaping up to be equally awesome and it is starting off with a bang, thanks to my new website, developed by DRIVE.
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