Waiting for Abigail

In all the things in life that we do, nothing is as priceless as love. Romance authors really know that. I’ve been very fortunate to have love in my life and be surrounded by a loving family. Having a baby is a blessing! In the dark times the world is undergoing, such a light of love gives us hope of a brighter future.

The name Abigail is from the Hebrew meaning Joy of the Father. In our family tree, there was an Abigail in the 2nd generation away from the Mayflower. On that side of the family, she is descended from the Warren and Church families of Plymouth. Ah, a tiny Pilgrim and so worth waiting for! My granddaughter Abigail!

Wishing, everyone, love! Keep those you cherish and that cherish you close.

Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
Vampire King of New York
When Love Survives
The Stormy Love Life of Laura Cordelais
A Vampire for Christmas
Mrs. Bright’s Tea Room (steampunk romance)



About Susan Hanniford Crowley

Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, and Science Fiction Author
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One Response to Waiting for Abigail

  1. Gerri Brousseau says:

    Children are a blessing and gift from God. To me it speaks of love and a hope of tomorrow. God still has faith in us or He would stop sending babies. Abigail is adorable. Congratulations to the entire family.

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