Merry Christmas!

Every time I write a post for this blog, I realise how long it’s been since the last one. Instead, I’ve been novelling (yes, squiggly little red line, that is a word if I want it to be!)

Progress on the novel is still going well, but the actual details haven’t changed since the last post I wrote about it – although I can’t believe I said that after Chapter 12 everything would tick along smoothly!!

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Our Three Wise Men

So it’s finally Christmas! Yay! It always takes time to get myself excited by Christmas – but once I am, I really am. This year I had some inspired present ideas for my parents, which is mostly never the case, so I’m feeling pretty proud of myself right now.

And, I’m going to give you a kind-of Christmas present too. I’m going to give you the chance to win 2 tickets to the Indie Pop-Up Signing I’m attending in Bristol, UK on 27th January.

You can find out the details on the event’s Facebook page, and on the Eventbrite page too.

The giveaway will be happening via my newsletter, which you can sign up to here.

Sign up before the 29th December to receive the email with the giveaway attached! Even if you can’t get to Bristol/the South West/England in January, why not sign up to the newsletter anyway? One of my New Year’s Resolutions is to giveaway more chocolate 🙂

If you celebrate Christmas, I wish you a very merry one, and Happy New Year to all of you. Thank you for reading my blog this year xx

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20 thoughts on “Merry Christmas!”

  1. Hi Annalisa,
    Most pleased to read that the progress on your novel is going well. Wishing you and your loved ones a most wondrous Christmas and a peaceful, inspiring 2018. I have taken the liberty of sharing your post.

    Penny’s human dad,

    Gary

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  2. Congratulations Annalisa – well done … and good luck getting organised for that book signing event – after the festivities – enjoy everything over the season … cheers and wishing you a very merry English Christmas – even a Cornish one! Hilary

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  3. Journaling is a word, so why shouldn’t novelling be one too? I like that word by the way. 😄 I wish I could enter that giveaway, especially because it would be great to meet you in person! But unfortunately I can’t go because of work. 😯

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  4. Bah! what do those red squiggly lines know – I’m all for new words and novelling seems perfect to me! Merry Christmas and happy new year, Annalisa. Liking the sound of your giveaway too.

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  5. we should all be excited and reflective at Christmas. And end of year reckoning sneaks in too. You’ve had a great year. I’ve enjoyed your blog and FB posts. Merry Merry Christmas to you and your family. Enjoy, celebrate, and yes – eat more than one chocolate!

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