Christmas Time in London Town

It's a holiday Passport to Romance Welcome Kelly Seda – the hero in Clare Revell's Christmas Time in London Town   Tell us your name and a little bit about yourself I’m Kelly Seda. I’m a Canadian teacher and a widower. I have a...

Christmas with Karen Malley

As a writer, words have so much meaning to me, but one of the most powerful words is a simple one: Christmas. That one word has the power to evoke so many memories, from taste, to smell, to sounds, to feelings. Almost everyone has Christmas traditions, whether...

Green Bean Casserole with a Twist

Years ago, friends came to visit for the weekend. When they left, the husband commented, “I’ve learned how much your family loves cheese!” I realized (with a twinge of embarrassment) that indeed, cheese had been a part of every meal I had served....

A Cup of Christmas Kindness

Meet  Heath Bancroft, the hero in A Cup of Christmas Kindness by LoRee Peery   Tell us your name and a little bit about yourself My name is Heath Bancroft. As a teenager I did odd jobs at the courthouse in Wahoo. I liked it so I went into law...

Sharing Love Through Christmas Cookies

One of my favorite parts of the weeks leading up to Christmas is baking cookies. One year I baked seventeen different kinds because I kept finding recipes I wanted to try. Lately though, I’ve pulled the list back to about thirteen. We share cookie plates with...

Everything Noel by Lisa Lickel

What I Love Most about Writing…in Wisconsin   I’m a writer, yes, but I’m a writer in Wisconsin. That matters because place and setting are often an important aspect that makes all the difference in a story. Even if you haven’t been to...

Texas-Style Christmas

South Texas is a laid-back, friendly place, heavily influenced by the culture of our Mexican neighbors. We tend to be agreeable and accepting of differences. Still, Texas has the distinction of being the only state that was once an independent nation. When the...

Christmas with Kathleen D. Bailey

When I was a child, growing up in the storied 1950s, life really was simpler. The lines between church and state blurred for good reason: in backwoods New Hampshire, there was basically one ethnic group and one religion. We were the most 1950-ish enclave of the 1950s....

Chatting with Clare Revell

Congratulations on your release of Virtually Yours At Christmas How did you come up with your title? I needed something catchy that summed up lockdown without mentioning the reason why we’re all locked down. Think it turned out to be a tad prophetic. How...

What is the thing you love most about writing?

Have you ever read a book that had a plot twist you didn’t like? Maybe you enjoyed the story until one aspect rubbed you the wrong way. If only the author had chosen to take it down this path instead. Or if only the heroine had made a different choice. Or if...

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