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All Blog Posts Tagged 'christmas' (27)

Happy Holidays!

I am chatting about Christmas memories over on my blog http://writingspace.blogspot.com and decided to try to do that here too.

I remember silver Christmas trees in the seventies. We had one and it was really neat with a colored wheel that turned and changed the color of the tree.

What do you remember about Christmas past?

Added by Kim Smith on December 7, 2009 at 5:26am — No Comments

Christmas, the season of bad will towards men

Yesterday, whilst waiting for the Brussels sprouts to boil, inhaling the aroma of a Quorn roast in the oven, and listening to Bing Crosby sing about peace on earth and good will towards men, I was visited by the ghost of Christmas past and he gave me cause to wince a little. It's not that Christmases have ever been entirely ruined by our nuisance neighbours in the past, but that was never for the want of trying on their part. Sufficiently malevolent all year round, they always favoured this… Continue

Added by Gina Collia-Suzuki on December 26, 2008 at 9:30am — No Comments

Warm wishes from Lynn

To all you wonderful, creative, expressive folks at the Book Marketing Network

Warm wishes for a joyful holiday season...



...and a peaceful and properous new year!

--Lynn Serafinn




P.S.: Pick up your Christmas give here.…

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Added by Lynn Serafinn on December 24, 2008 at 5:59am — No Comments

HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM CAPTAIN BOOTSIE AND ALL CREW OF THE UPW BUTTERBYE









We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday and may all your wishes come true!
Don't forget to visit our special holiday edition at Captain Bootsie Bear's Magic Time Portal to Adventure!

We've got lots of special adventures just for the holiday season so warp… Continue

Added by Judith Shahverdian on December 13, 2008 at 4:35pm — No Comments

Order RED JIM by Nathalie Jean-Bart for Christmas, directly from its author (namely me)

With Christmas just around the corner, here is a suggestion for a gift that will entertain and instruct while having fun, kids and big kids of all ages



I am the author and illustrator of a bilingual, French-English, children's book published recently.



RED JIM by Nathalie Jean-Bart- Tartamudo Publishing



The book is hardback and has received positive reviews from professional magazines specialised in… Continue

Added by Nathalie Jean-Bart on October 31, 2008 at 5:30am — No Comments

YA Fantasy Books at a SPECIAL Price!

Looking for a Christmas gift for that special reader in your family?



As some of you already know, I'm a YA fantasy author and am currently in the middle of writing a series of books for young adults (there will be at least 5 books in the series before I'm finished). My target audience is 8-15 year olds, but I've also had adults (anyone with an imagination, really) read and enjoy the books as well. If you'd like to see more info about me or my books, google MJ Allaire or visit my… Continue

Added by MJ Allaire on October 29, 2008 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Tips on Marketing your Books in the Fall

Well, Halloween is almost here, and before we know it we'll be stuffing ourselves with turkey, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie, among many other delectable treats, I'm sure. Then, if you're like me, as I sit with my family sharing the end of the Thanksgiving holiday, the realization will hit me (like it always does) that Christmas is ONLY four weeks away...



If you're an author, you're probably always looking for places to market your books. For me, I'm lucky enough to have chosen a… Continue

Added by MJ Allaire on October 22, 2008 at 4:43pm — No Comments

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