1. What is your favorite Christmas movie? Is there a reason/tradition behind your pick?
I don't think I have one favorite Christmas movie. I seriously love most all of them.
And honestly, I adore the ones on the Hallmark channel. The cute, fluffy ones. They are adorable and always make me happy.
Now, to get the Hallmark channel this year...
2. If you could kiss anyone under the mistletoe, who would it be??? (Significant others not allowed!)
What?! I've had a crush on him since 1992!
3. What was the best, and worst, Christmas you ever had?
Best - The first Christmas as a family of four. My daughter was 2.5 years old and kind of realized what was going on. My son was only 2.5 weeks old, so we spent it at home. Just the four of us. It was a beautiful day, we didn't have to travel anywhere. We opened presents, video chatted with my parents (my daughter had a tea party with Grandpa), and played outside in the snow. It was wonderful...and calm.
Worst - Probably the first one after my mom passed.
4. What is your favorite thing about Christmas?
The lights. The snow. The smells. The songs. The decorations.
Baking cookies on Christmas Eve with my daughter.
I know that's not just one thing, but I love that season. Love it!
5. Which character that you've written loves Christmas the most? Worst? Why?
Most? Probably Taylor. She's a lover of most things. And I could just see her go all out at Christmas time. Singing carols, baking cookies, being the best Christmas hostess... Hmmm, this is giving me ideas.
Worst? I'd say Haley. While it was a good time for her, it also wasn't. I'm sure she won't be looking at Christmas the same anymore.
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Bio:Born and raised in the frozen tundra of Wisconsin (Packers Nation for all you non-football fans), Caylie fell in love with reading at a young age. With her lively imagination, she created numerous stories in her head throughout her childhood and teenage years.
Her first novel, Choose Us, released in April 2014 and became an Amazon Bestseller. Parting Chances is her second novel and first in the Fighting Chance series.
When she isn’t slaving away at the keyboard, Caylie is an avid reader, and lover of coffee… copious amounts of coffee. She also has an unhealthy addiction to tv shows—binge watching is her favorite, coffee mugs, chapstick, water bottles, and football.
She chases her two kids around the house all day, and has a husband whom she adores.
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