Nov 23

Witches and Christmas?

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It’s my pleasure to host Jeanne Adams, another of the 15 authors featured in Under The Kissing Bough. Thanks for having me, Anna. Here is a blurb for my novella in this wonderful collection: Welcome to the witchiest town in the world––Haven Harbor, Massachusetts! It’s the merriest of holidays and Yule and Christmas celebrations bring …

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Nov 20

Under The Kissing Bough~Part 4~Tina DeSalvo

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Welcome to the fourth and final instalment of sneak peeks at stories from Under The Kissing Bough. Today it’s my pleasure to host Tina DeSalvo. Thank you, Anna, for inviting me and the other authors of Under the Kissing Bough to your wonderful blog. I am thrilled to join you here and to be part …

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Nov 16

Under The Kissing Bough~Part 3~ Jordan Rose and Elizabeth Rose

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I am hosting two Roses today. No relation to each other! Jordan and Elizabeth Rose are contributors to the blockbuster Christmas collection Under The Kissing Bough. Welcome, Jordan. Thanks Anna for hosting the ladies from the Under the Kissing Bough Box Set. It’s a great pleasure to participate in the project with everyone. When considering group …

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Nov 09

Under The Kissing Bough~Part 2~Meara Platt and Anna Campbell

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One of the pleasures of participating in a boxed set is that you get to work with old friends, and meet new authors.Today I welcome an old friend, Meara Platt, and a new one, Anna Campbell. Meara Platt is an award winning, international bestselling author and an Amazon UK All-star. She has traveled the world, …

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Nov 02

Under The Kissing Bough~ Part One~ Kathryn Le Veque

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I’m pleased to welcome back Kathryn Le Veque, one of 15 authors who have contributed to the blockbuster Christmas collection, Under the Kissing Bough. Today Kathryn gives us a sneak peek at her novella. I was so excited when Barbara Devlin asked me to participate in her Christmas collection, “Under the Kissing Bough”. I don’t really …

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Oct 19

Viking Ships

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It’s common knowledge that the Vikings’ shipbuilding abilities allowed them to travel vast distances by sea. Here is a diagram of the different kinds of Viking ships. The smallest ship was used for coastal and river travel. The second is a depiction of the Knarr, used for trading. Two kinds of warships are shown, the …

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