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Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Naty Matos and "Season's Greetings from Amelia"
Naty Matos' writes Christian fiction and non-fiction and is also a blogger. She has recently authored a new book for the holidays about friendship, but with an interesting twist Seasons Greetings from Amelia.
Daisy has the perfect life, beautiful children and a wonderful husband. And Christmas is right around the corner. Tis the season to be jolly… Or is it?r
Daisy’s life is flipped upside down by strange letters that are sent to her by her best friend, Amelia. And as her life continues to quickly spiral out of control, she realizes that something BIG is about to happen. Can she put aside her confusion, hurt, and anger in order to solve a mystery that may have a horrific ending????
Can Daisy’s life ever return to normal regardless to whether she does or doesn’t?
Let's see what Amelia has to say about herself in this interview.
Suzanne: We are glad to have with us at the Suzanne Linden Show the presence of one of the most wanted woman in the region. Welcome Amelia. How are you today?
Amelia: I’m a little uncomfortable. I don’t like all this attention. And would you please tell that man to stop snapping pictures at me? (The man stops taking pictures) Thank you.
Suzanne: So Amelia, tell us a little about your parents?
Amelia: My father’s name was Randall and my mother’s name was Daisy. They owned a flower shop together downtown. My father was a botanist, my mother a florist so they were the perfect match. I inherited the business after they passed away.
Suzanne How did they pass away?
Amelia smiles: Next question please.
Suzanne: Ok, So do you have a family of your own?
Yes, I’m married to a wonderful man Nick. He’s a war hero. He was hurt in combat and it’s on a wheelchair. He works with me at the flower shop. This year we received our first baby, Nicholas.
Suzanne: Are you planning to have more children?
Amelia: I don’t think that would be wise. (Grinning)
Suzanne (feels uncomfortable and changes the subject): You said that your parents owned a flower shop that you inherited. What is your favorite flower?
Amelia: I love daisies. They are so free, independent and low maintenance, just like my mother and my best friend.
Suzanne: So tell me about your best friend.
Her name is Daisy, Daisy Adair. She moved into town on our senior year of high school. She’s been my best friend since. Although I disagree with some of her choices, I love her still.
Suzanne How did you know that she was going to be your best friend when you met her?
Amelia: The day I saw Daisy for the first time I knew she was chosen to be my friend. As soon as I heard her name, I just knew. I saw it as a sign that I was having another opportunity to care for someone the same way that I cared about my mother. I would do anything for Daisy.
Suzanne: There are rumors around town that you have been associated with some strange events that have happened around Christmastime for the past few years.
Amelia: I’m just going to say that I’m my father’s child. I don’t do anything he didn’t do. He did it for fun. The things that I’ve done I did for good reasons.
Suzanne Do you..?
Amelia (irritated): More questions are you serious?
Suzanne: Ok, we thank you for your time and answering our questions Mrs. Amelia. To our audience we thank you for your attention today.
Find out more about Amelia’s Christmas events on “Season’s Greeting from Amelia” available now on Kindle, Smashwords and Nook. This great novella brings mystery, suspense and the best stocking stuffer for your favorite e-reader. You can get your copy for just 0.99 cents on only during the month of December. Until next time, this is Suzanne Linden and I will see you next week with more powerful women.
Naty Matos was born in the city of New York. She grew up in the beautiful Island of Puerto Rico and now lives in the city of Atlanta.
She maintains a blog on Christian Living Topics at
She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Clinical Psychology with a Minor in Mass Media Communications and a Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling.
Posted by Anita Estes at 12/05/2012