12 Blogs of Christmas – Dianne Greenlay

Today’s 12 Blogs of Christmas contribution is from Dianne Greenlay. Take it away, Dianne. —————— Hello everyone! I’m delighted (and more than just a little bit in awe) to be part of this group of talented and very entertaining authors in our “12 Blogs of Christmas”, conceived and assembled by my friend and bestselling author… More 12 Blogs of Christmas – Dianne Greenlay

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 life during the Great Depression inspired Gardner to write the 1929 series—as well as her own research… More 12 Blogs of Christmas: M.L. Gardner

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 has two boys, an eighteen-year-old cat, and a husband who doesn’t want a dog. She… More 12 Blogs of Christmas – Jennifer Ellis

Child’s Play

Whether it’s the special treats, presents, traditions, videos of cats climbing Christmas trees, or the shiny tinselly delight of it all, the collective winter holiday season can bring out the child in us. Which made me think of a bunch of childlike and childish words for being in a state of newness, where we are… More Child’s Play