The Xmas Blogs continue with our fourth author.
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.
Website and Blog
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.
I wasn’t always so sure. Don’t get me wrong, I wanted to believe—very badly, in fact. I also wanted to believe in the stories I read. I wanted to know for sure that there had been a Middle Earth, where hobbits and wizards and dragons ran amuck. I prayed that Narnia existed, and that I might be lucky enough to discover one of its secret passages—they’re everywhere, you know. I truly hoped there were wrinkles in time, and that I might be called upon to save our very universe. I wanted to believe in magic! READ MORE
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and to read the 12 Blogs of Christmas from the beginning, CLICK HERE.
Join me and 11 other authors and bloggers on our Christmas blog hop! A gift that keeps on giving…better than a box of chocolates…you never know what you’re gonna get!
Our first illustrious writer is Ellen Chauvet! Check back each day for a different post from our 12 Blogs of Christmas contributors or click SUBSCRIBE to this blog to receive an update each time one is posted. ENJOY!
Ellen Chauvet lives in Vancouver, Canada, where long months of rain are particularly conducive to writing dark stories.
Visit Ellen Here
or Read her BLOG
A Visit From St. Nick
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,
In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;
Composed by Clement C. Moore
When Martin Crosbie invited me to participate in the 12 blogs of Christmas I immediately said yes. I’ve always treasured Christmas and the opportunity to share my love of Clement Moore’s ‘A Visit from St. Nick’ poem appealed to me. After several hours of research, the following is what I gleaned…READ MORE
Go To 2nd Blog of Christmas