#Booklaunch – Twenty Years: After “I Do” by D.G. Kaye | TINA FRISCO and Sally Cronin

Thank you gratitude

 

I want to thank Tina Frisco and Sally Cronin for their ongoing support of all my work and for both of their most beautiful #Booklaunch features they posted for my newest book – Twenty Years: After “I Do”. Please visit their blogs and have a look around at all they have to offer from great information to reviews, promotions of the works of others and opportunities to have your work shared by these tireless women who are so giving with their time and sharing on their blogs.

 

#BOOKLAUNCH – TWENTY YEARS: AFTER “I DO” BY D.G. KAYE

Debby Gies, aka D.G. Kaye, has just released her 6th memoir,  Twenty Years: After “I Do”She speaks from the heart and bares her soul in her writing. I couldn’t recommend her books more highly.

Debby is an ardent supporter of authors, featuring guest posts and interviews, reblogs, book reviews, tips and tricks, and much more. She is an inspiration and a woman I am proud to call Sister and Friend.

Join me in congratulating Debby on launching her new book. She frequently shares her fellow authors’ posts, so please do her the honor of sharing this, or her original launch post, to your social networks. Thank you so much ♥

 

Twenty Years: After "I Do" by D.G. Kaye

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May/December memoirs.

In this personal accounting, D.G. Kaye shares the insights and wisdom she has accrued through twenty years of keeping her marriage strong and thriving despite the everyday changes and challenges of aging. Kaye reveals how a little creative planning, acceptance, and unconditional love can create a bond no obstacle will break. Kaye’s stories are informative, inspiring, and a testament to love eclipsing all when two people understand, respect, and honor their vows. She adds that a daily sprinkling of laughter is a staple in nourishing a healthy marriage.

Twenty years began with a promise. As Kaye recounts what transpired within that time, she shows that true love has no limits, even when one spouse ages ahead of the other.

 

EXCERPT

Chapter: To the Moon with Laughter 

I’ve witnessed many relationships head south when the initial attraction fades. Sure, people change opinions, preferences, or attitudes on certain issues as time passes, but if our core values or personality change, or if the common elements of enjoyment once shared between two people dissipate, we question our happiness. If we’re not happy about our partner’s personality change or views, a little bit of laughter dies within us. It becomes difficult to feel comfortable with our partner when inner unrest grows. The new discomfort curtails our ability to remain happy and feel the familiar freedom to laugh when our partner no longer shares the same humor. Note that I’m not referring to changes such as complacency or laziness that may set in due to declining energy levels. Age will sometimes alter our agility and even certain desires, but it doesn’t have to affect our senses of humor. Age creeping into a good marriage shouldn’t be a relationship killer. Continue Reading . . .

 

Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New Book for Christmas – Twenty Years: After “I Do” – Reflections on Love and Changes Through Aging by D.G.Kaye

Delighted to share the new release of D.G. Kaye hot off the press..Twenty Years: After “I Do” – Reflections on Love and Changes Through Aging. 

 

Here’s a short excerpt from the chapter “Taking the Plunge and Commitment” to give you a feel for what you can expect to read in this book:

If I commit to something, I’m in it for life. “Till death do us part” is a simple phrase often not analyzed to its fullest extent as we bask in bliss, about to commit to our chosen life partner and join in holy matrimony. After all, who wants to think about possible frightening future scenarios on what’s supposed to be one of the happiest days of our lives?

In that euphoric moment, while dreaming of a wonderful future together, we feel confident we can conquer any and everything. We feel invincible while shrouded with love as we stand before our friends and family, promising our beloved to love, honor, and cherish in sickness and health, often without taking in the truest depths of the words. We tend to discount the idea of sickness as a situation that will never happen to us—but often, it does.

Since moving away from home as a late teen, I’d had many suitors and a few marriage proposals through the years, but I had enjoyed my wings of freedom and had no desire to marry. Then I met Gordon, a man like no other I’d known. He was divorced and living it up, content to remain a bachelor. That was until he met me. On our third date, Gordon smiled at me, his sky-blue eyes twinkling with adoration as he embraced me in a warm cuddle, and announced that he was going to marry me one day. I had long resolved to never marry, but truth be told, I too by that third date had an uncanny feeling that I just might marry that man.

I laughed out loud, kissed his sweet cheek, and replied, “That will never happen.” But it did. Our dating life left me more than enough material to write another book, but suffice to say, by the following year’s end, we were living together, and within the following year, I was planning our wedding. I took the plunge after weighing all the fears I had about what the future might hold as older age set in against how much I loved and felt loved by this man. I couldn’t deny the fact that I had found my soulmate. Continue Reading , . .

I’d also like to thank all those who’ve reblogged and shared by book around social media. It is much appreciated. ❤

Source: #Booklaunch – Twenty Years: After “I Do” by D.G. Kaye | TINA FRISCO

Source: #Booklaunch – New Release in Sally Cronin’s Virtual Bookstore and Cafe

62 thoughts on “#Booklaunch – Twenty Years: After “I Do” by D.G. Kaye | TINA FRISCO and Sally Cronin

  1. Debby, first of all a beautiful accolade to both Sally and Tina…they work so hard and are incredibly supportive. However, I think you can add yourself into this category of ‘these tireless women who are so giving with their time and sharing on their blogs.’

    Well deserved mentions and promotion of your latest memoir…which I can’t wait to read! Every snippet is a treat until I get a chance! Hugs xx 😀❤️

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    1. Aw, thanks again Annika for your lovely inclusion of me, and for your hearty congrats for my little labor of love. Sally and Tina are aces in my books! ❤ xx

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  2. This is such a lovely way to say ‘thank you’ to two wonderful and supportive ladies. You, too, are a special lady, Debby. Much love to all three of you for all you do for others. Wishing you all the best with your book, Debby! ❤️ xx 🤗 I will share the news about your book!

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    1. Well, it’s me who is ever grateful Sis. You and Sal put together two beautiful promotions for my book. That means so much to me, so what better than blog about both of you together! ❤ ❤

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  3. I love the loving care and support that flows between you all. Sally and Tina are always reaching out to lift others, as you do Debby. You are all special. Can’t wait to read your latest book Debby…it’s on it’s way. Hugs to you al. ❤ xXx ❤

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    1. Thank you for your lovely compliment Jane. It’s no wonder you and I connect my friend because you are also special ❤ And I'm over the moon that you are going to read my book! I can't wait for your review!!!! ❤ Flowing hugs to you xoxoxo

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      1. My special unicorn friend ❤ God bless this magic blogging space where we all meet ❤ Your book is being shippped from a UK firm, so it will be here very soon….ohhhh, the excitement. ❤ Hugs flowing to you with much ❤ xXx

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      2. Oh, so exciting Jane. Thanks for sharing the journey of my book to your home! Hugs are flowing back to you too. I’m excited for you! ❤ xxxxx 🙂

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  4. Congratulations, Debby, on the launch of your latest book. I’ve already purchased my copy. These excerpts confirm that I’m in for a great read. Tina and Sally are wonderful supporters of other authors and their writing, as are you. I wish you great success with your book. Best wishes. xx

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      1. Oh, I”m blushing! 🙂 And if you ever want to know about how my younger self found her way through her low self-esteem and childhood teasing, you should read Words We Carry 🙂 x

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  5. Love these women, Debby! They are truly the best! You’re an ice cold coke in the desert yourself, Debby! 😉 I’d love to feature you on my blog also, if you’d like that. ❤ xx

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    1. Lol Vashti, thanks for the compliment, but can you change that to ‘an ice cold pepsi’ LOL. I’d love to be featured on your fabulous blog, when you have time just let me know what you’d like from me. Thank you. ❤

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      1. Ice cold Pepsi it is! Ha, ha! I think early in the new year would be best, Debby. December is C-R-A-Z-Y for me. I have family down from NYC, Tennessee, Delaware and Japan. My mom, father-in-law, sister-in-law and three of my six nieces and nephews have birthdays this month as well. It’s nuts! 😮 I have a hard time keeping up with my email, blog and social media, so I’ll start fresh again in the new year. I want to focus and do a great feature on you and your work, because you deserve it. Happy Holidays!

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      2. Aw thanks so much Vashti. And boy that’s a houseful and handful, and I hear you. December is done for me, lol. When you have time I’ll be thrilled to visit and be your guest. You just let me know when you have time, you always know where to find me. ❤ Merry Christmas again my friend. xxx 🙂

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  6. As always, I’m impressed by your incredible productivity, even as you take care of a sick husband and keep social media bubbling along. Congratulations, Debby.

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