A book by Allison Cassatta!
Welcome Author Allison Cassatta to our Christmas blog party!
Author: Allison Cassatta
Intro: Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, big-city life was a rat race that kept her busy in her career. It took moving with her new husband to a sleepy Mississippi town to make her realize that dreams can come true, and did they ever. She found herself a published author. She found her perfect romance.
She has an eye for the visually stunning and a mind that screams to bring that beauty to life. She gives her readers something they can feel in the depth of their hearts, creates worlds they can touch, and characters who become your best friend or worst enemy.
Today's question is:
Do you dress up for the holidays or is it casual?
Allison says: Casual all the way. Usually, you won’t see me dressed up. I’m not graceful enough for heels.
Our giveaway today is a copy of any books on Allison's backlist, which can be found here. To enter for a chance to win, leave a comment telling us about if you do the holidays fancy or casual.
See what the previous authors have to say on how they dress for the holidays:
Lissa says: Casual. My fam doesn’t care if I wear jeans and a tshirt. But they’d look at me funny if I did dress up.
Daniel says: Casual…we are just country boys here
Havan says: Casual...without a doubt...if I ain't getting paid for my time the heels stay off...um...I mean at the EDJ—honest that's what I mean...*heads desk giggling*
Kimber says: Casual all the way. I’ve always been a ‘what you see is what you get’ kinda person. I’m happiest in jeans and a t-shirt.
Hank says: Nicely casual? LOL! My partner’s sister and niece make an amazing Christmas Day dinner and spend the day in their pajamas. So we wear blue jeans and take sleep pants with us.
DC says: Pfft. Do I dress up ever, is the better question, and the answer is hell naw.
Lee says: When it's just us, we're pretty casual, jeans and long sleeve tees. If there are guests we go dress up. This year, there are guests, so we'll be doing the dressy thing.