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12 Blogs of Christmas – Roberta Kagan

Today’s 12 Blogs of Christmas contribution comes from Roberta Kagan. —– Hey Everyone! Today, I am the featured blogger. It is a true honor to be included in a program with such talented authors. Although my little story is embellished, … Continue reading

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12 Blogs of Christmas: M.L. Gardner

Today’s 12 Blogs of Christmas contribution comes from M.L. Gardner.  M.L. Gardner is the bestselling author of the 1929 series. Gardner is frugal to a fault, preserving the old ways of living by canning, cooking from scratch, and woodworking. Nostalgic stories from her grandmother’s … Continue reading

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12 Blogs of Christmas – Jennifer Ellis

Today’s installment of the 12 Blogs of Christmas comes from author Jennifer Ellis. Jennifer lives in the mountains of British Columbia where she can be found writing, spending too much time on skis, and working as an environmental researcher. She … Continue reading

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12 Blogs of Christmas: A Memo to the Big Guy

Hi, everyone! I’m so psyched to be shoulder-to-shoulder with these wonderful writers in the 12 Blogs of Christmas event put on by Martin Crosbie. So let’s keep the fun rolling. Confidential Memo to S. Claus To: S. Claus From: Joey … Continue reading

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12 Blogs of Christmas – RJ Crayton

Away we go. On Dancer, on Dasher, on Comet…um, wait, wrong script. We’re kicking off the 12 Blogs of Christmas with RJ Crayton. RJ Crayton is the author of the Life First series, a dystopian thriller set in the future, … Continue reading

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Introducing the 12 Blogs of Christmas

Among the many things I love about the holidays are the stories we all bring to the table. In that spirit, I’m happy that when my friend and bestselling author Martin Crosbie asked for victims volunteers to contribute a Christmas-themed … Continue reading

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Why Not a Duck?

Pearl Luke is a lovely, generous woman. A bunch of years ago, she published one of my favorite short stories, Why Not a Duck, on her website, Be a Better Writer. As the calendar flipped to November, I thought about that … Continue reading

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