Tag Archives: Christmas

Christmas with a Difference

Like many people this year I am tired. I don’t feel like doing new things. I just want to stay quiet, take a breather and sparsely spread my activities among the days so that I have at least one thing … Continue reading

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A Happy Christmas!

 What a year it’s been! I’ve been trying to settle into a new life on my own. Thought it would be easy, as I’m a loner by nature, but I was in for a shock.In an effort to take my … Continue reading

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Slow Burners and Book Reviews

It is now November, so I trust you’ll forgive me for talking about Christmas – which reminds me: my good publishers’ SALE is in full swing, and if you’re quick, you’ll catch my two remaining books for £ / $ … Continue reading

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The Joy of Giving

Christmas is coming – do I hear your inner groans ….? I’m sure most people have experienced the joy of giving, especially to someone who really needs and appreciates your gift. But in this hemisphere, when the days draw in, some … Continue reading

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A Christmas Ghost Story

Welcome back to my blog, Shani Struthers –  who has a wonderful way with words. I have enjoyed every one of her books, whatever the subject. The spirit world, like our own troubled earth, need not be totally frightening, and … Continue reading

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Like Literary Russian Dolls

It gives me great pleasure to welcome fellow Crooked Cat author Mark Patton once again to my place.  This is such an interesting piece which describes Christmas through the Ages covered by his latest book, Omphalos.  I enjoyed it greatly, and you can find … Continue reading

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Being Grateful, Being Thankful

There’s no need for me to say anything – Sarah Butland has said it all. May everybody enjoy a peaceful Christmas-tide. One Month ‘Til Christmas Stores are stocked with decorations and chocolates in the shape of reindeer and Santa heads, … Continue reading

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