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Cozy Mystery Author Christine Husom & Snow Way Out — 19 Comments

  1. They bring back fond memories to adults from having them as children. They are beautiful, mystical, and relaxing.
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  2. Sonja, I agree. Winter scenes especially make me think, “all is calm.” Watching the snow settle can be mesmerizing. Thanks, Chris

  3. Jane, I too enjoyed giving them to my kids at Christmas–it kept them busy for periods of time, shaking and watching the snow settle. Thanks for weighing in and for loving cozies! Chris

  4. Thank you, Joan. I appreciate your comments and visiting Lyn’s blog to get to know new authors, like me! Best, Chris

  5. Lori, yes the snow in globes is like the snow that falls in Christmas movies, and the kind I love to watch falling in the winter. I haven’t seen one with colored snow–confetti sounds like a good description. Thanks, Chris

  6. Thank you, Kay. Great observations. I have almost the same sense of calm watching the snow settle in a globe as I do watching real snow falling in large, perfect flakes at a nice steady pace. Best, Chris

  7. Maxie, you make a good point with the snow from the older globes. So many nowadays use glitter for the snow. There is something very appealing about watching snow fall–and I speak from a LOT of experience living in Minnesota. Thanks for your thoughts and compliment about the cover, Chris

  8. Thank you, Britney. Yes, I think they did a great job with the cover. Whimsical, yes! The idea of snow falling on many different scenes is just that.

  9. Melanie, that is a great way to describe it. There is something calming and peaceful about watching the snow settle. Thanks much, Chris

  10. I love snow globes! When I stare at them, I feel a calming, peaceful feeling. Some of the scenes are just precious!

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  11. Snow Way Out sounds delightful! I love the beautiful cover!
    For me, part of the appeal of snow globes is their whimsical nature. I love the little scenes that can be enjoyed again and again.

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  12. Hello Lyn. I have snowglobes. They are neat but seems the snow falls faster than the ones made earlier. I always loved how it drifted slowly down. Looking so real. Now it barely floats or more likely drops and its over. I think watching the snow drifting down draws people. Surprisingly lots of folks have never seen it snow. I love the picture for the cover. Would love to win this book. Thanks for that chance. I have liked your page.
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  13. I think snow globes appeal to our sense of fantasy and wonder that we had as children, and generally still have as adults–though it is quite suppressed. I think they bring up memories of times past. I enjoy cozy mysteries. This one sounds like it would be a fun read.

  14. Snow globes remind me of Christmas or a cold winter day with snow falling from the sky. The one’s with colored snow remind me of confetti being thrown at a parade.

  15. Watching the “snow” settle slowly. I have not heard of this author and it is always fun to read a new author’s books.

  16. Shaking them. My girls always loved them. Now three year old granddaughter does. I love cozy mysteries but haven’t read aby by this author.

  17. There is something really relaxing and peaceful to me in a snow-globe. I have several, most of which are holiday ones, Easter and Christmas. Love them! sonja dot nishimoto at gmail.com

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