Posts by: martin

Dec
2015
24

The 12th Blog of Christmas
Every Light on Every Street

Last year on the night after Christmas, even though it had been an exceptionally busy day, I drove a car-load of family members around the streets of our town. For two and a half hours we drove up and down roads searching out the brightest, most illuminating lights on people’s houses and lawns. My eighty-six year old passenger in the…

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Dec
2015
23

On The 11th Blog Of Christmas Cate Pedersen Blogged about her Christmas Mystery Man

Cate Pedersen is a freelance writer, editor and social media manager. She recently published her first novel and is working on books two and three in the Sister Spirit Series. She is also a contributor in It’s Really 10 Months: Special Delivery, an anthology of birth stories (Special Xmas Sale NOW on Amazon) and an upcoming anthology: Adventures in Potty…

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Dec
2015
22

On The 10th Blog of Christmas Jordan Buchanan Wrote a Naughty blog

Jordan Buchanan was born and spent most of her life in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Now residing in northern Michigan, she misses the Shenandoah Valley but living in the home state of the mighty Detroit Red Wings helps ease the pain. 4Play, her debut publication, is a collection of erotic romance short stories. She is currently working on…

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Dec
2015
21

On The 9th Blog of Christmas Heather Haley Blogged About Mary

Trailblazing poet, author and media artist Heather Haley pushes boundaries by creatively integrating disciplines, genres and media. Her writing appears in numerous journals and anthologies including the Antigonish Review, Geist and The Verse Map of Vancouver. Haley was an editor for the LA Weekly and publisher of the Edgewise Cafe, one of Canada’s first electronic literary magazines. She is the author…

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Dec
2015
19

On The 7th Blog of Christmas Jennifer Ellis Blogged About Gratitude

Jennifer Ellis lives in the mountains of British Columbia where she can be found writing, hiking, skiing, borrowing dogs, and evading bears. She also works as a climate change researcher, evaluator and strategic planner. She has wanted to be a writer since she first read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and didn’t want to come out of the wardrobe….

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Dec
2015
18

On The 6th Blog of Christmas RJ Crayton Blogged about Humbug

RJ Crayton is a little young lady who writes fiction when she’s not parenting her two children or wifing her one husband. She writes about characters in peril, who sometimes find a moment for romance. Crayton is occasionally humorous, often right, and always curious. She loves the Christmas season and baking. Due to her severe cupcake addiction, Crayton tries to…

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Dec
2015
17

On The 5th blog of Christmas Gordon Long blogged about A Cold Canadian Christmas

Brought up in a logging camp with no electricity, Gordon Long learned his storytelling in the traditional way: at his father’s knee. He spends his time editing, publishing, travelling, sailboat racing and writing fantasy and social commentary, although sometimes the boundaries blur. Gordon lives in Tsawwassen, British Columbia, with his wife, Linda, and their Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Josh….

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Dec
2015
16

On The 4th Blog of Christmas Virginia Gray Blogged about Yes, Virginia There Is A …

Virginia Gray is a bestselling women’s fiction novelist. A former university professor, she stepped away from academics to pursue a writing career. She is a great lover of humor, music, and all things food, and is best known for The Susan Wade Saga. http://www.virginiagraynovels.com   Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. I wasn’t always so sure. Don’t get me…

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Dec
2015
15

On The 3rd Blog of Christmas Keith Baker Blogged about Fire In The Snow

In addition to being an avid history and genealogy buff, Keith has been an avid outdoorsman his entire life. He has a variety of hats in the business world after completing two periods of duty with the US Navy.  His hobbies apart from reading and research include shooting, teaching others the basics of gun safety & handling. Until recently he…

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