Happy Valentine’s Day, Competitions, A Talk, Offers, An Award, and Future Blog Guests.

I’m late posting this week, as I’ve been floored by a dreaded lurgy brought home from school by my youngest son. Lots of things I want to write about too!

First of all Happy Valentine’s Day. We don’t celebrate in our house as my husband thinks it’s a commercial thing and besides the fact he’s in Peru on business at the moment! Whatever your relationship status, take a bit of time to look after yourself and your loved ones today – Lily the dog got an extra cuddle this morning and I put a post-it note on big son’s lunch box.

Today sees the publication of a friend’s novel in a new mystery series. Caroline James and Hattie Goes to Hollywood will feature on my blog next week. Congratulations and good luck, Caroline.

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Today also sees the launch of the Romantic Fiction Book Club on Facebook, launched by members of the Romantic Novelists’ Association as part of the association’s 60th birthday celebrations. There is an amazing Launch Day competition to win a 60 book bundle from publisher One More Chapter and in addition 60 individual book prizes. Well worth joining the book club to have a shot at winning.

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My novel The Girl on the Beach is included in Choc Lit’s Valentine sale, so for only 99p you can get to find out more about one of my favourite heroes, Harry Dixon – who is he and why does Ellie think she’s known him before?

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I went to a talk on Saturday in London. It was Tracy Chevalier, author of The Pearl Earring, in conversation with Nicola Cornick. It was a fascinating insight into another writer’s process and not dissimilar to my own. Tracy often starts her books after looking at a photograph or wok of art and asking ‘what if’ and ‘why’ questions about it. She doesn’t plan, preferring to allow her stories to unwind as she writes. She also learns the crafts mentioned in the book to enable her to give her heroines an authentic feel. I came away feeling really inspired.

Lovely Jan Brigden has nominated me for a Sunshine Blogger Award. You can read Jan’s blog here. It was lovely to be mentioned like this. The Sunshine Blogger Award allows bloggers to highlight and celebrate their fellow bloggers’ creativity and positivity within the blogging community. It means that she gets to ask me some questions. I would like to nominate Lynn Forth to answer the same questions and receive the award, as her blog always makes me smile and she always puts lovely comments on mine.

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Jan Brigden’s questions answered by Morton Gray:-

What are the best and worst gifts you’ve ever received?

Best would be my perfume atomiser which I take everywhere.

Worst a dreadful unicorn keyring, that my husband said looked better on the picture 😱

Who is the celebrity you’d most like to share a 100 mile taxi ride with and why?

I am quite taken with Stephen Mangan at the moment. He is starring in the drama The Split, but also co-hosts Portrait Artist of the Year, which I love. He seems a very interesting character, so I’m sure the journey would speed by as we talked about art.

If you could interview any author past or present, who would it be and why?

It would have to be Jane Austen, because it was a love of her books that made me want to be a writer in the first place.

What’s the most nerve-racking thing you’ve ever done in your life?

I’m not very fond of water, so probably canoeing up a river estuary in Wales when I was on a team building course with work.

What’s your idea of the perfect holiday?

Walking on a beach and in the countryside with my husband, usually in the UK.

What do you find best helps you to relax, de-stress and re-focus? 

A lovely bubble bath.

Which song triggers happy memories for you and why?

I can’t think of one particular one, but I am always singing seventies and eighties hits and songs from the shows in the shower. I always tell my husband he should be worried about me if I don’t sing.

Who is the fictional hero you’d most like to spring to life before your eyes?

Sue Moorcroft‘s Ratty from her novel Starting Over.

Which city in the world would you most like to visit?

New York!

What’s your favourite food treat/indulgence (however big or small) ?

Anything with chocolate! I’m a bit of a chocoholic.

Which three words best describe you?

Shy, persistent, loyal.

Thank you again, Jan and over to Lynn Forth

Watch out for some great features on my blog in the coming weeks – Starting with Caroline James, Angela Barton, Linda Huber and Christina Courtenay.

Thank you for visiting my blog – Morton S. Gray – Author. I hope you enjoyed this post. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Christmas at Borteen Bay is available now as both an eBook and audio download – Amazon Kindle, Audio, Apple iBooks, Kobo and Choc Lit for other buying options.

The Truth Lies Buried is available now from all eBook platforms – Choc LitAmazon KindleKobo, Apple iBooks. This will be available as a paperback and audiobook.

The Girl on the Beach published by Choc Lit is available as a paperback and from all eBook platforms – Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Google Play.

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Soap and Glass Bubbles – Craft Update

I definitely had a “crafty” January!

On my post of 13 January, I posted the “before” pictures of my fused glass course and I’m excited to say that I now have the pieces back after their kiln firing. (Also discovered it is very difficult to photograph them effectively.)

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These pictures don’t quite capture the luminescense of the pieces or the tactile feel of the glass. Needless to say I am very pleased indeed.

My latest craft adventure has been in soap making!

I went with two friends to a course run by Deb at Wild and Well Creative Workshops and discovered a whole new world. We were introduced to the basics of soap making using the melt and pour method and then set free to use our imaginations to craft soaps using colouring, mica powders and essential oils. The results are just heavenly.

I will be doing a post in the next few weeks about my fight against single use plastic in our house – attending this course was one of my initiatives to this end. Can I tell you that I’m now reaching for my gorgeous soaps instead of my shower gel bottles, even though I keep telling myself I need to use the shower gel up to free my shower of plastic. But, more about that on another post – here are my gorgeous soaps – pity you can’t smell their heavenly scent.

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Thank you for visiting my blog – Morton S. Gray – Author. I hope you enjoyed this post. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Christmas at Borteen Bay is available now as both an eBook and audio download – Amazon Kindle, Audio, Apple iBooks, Kobo and Choc Lit for other buying options.

The Truth Lies Buried is available now from all eBook platforms – Choc LitAmazon KindleKobo, Apple iBooks. This will be available as a paperback and audiobook.

The Girl on the Beach published by Choc Lit is available as a paperback and from all eBook platforms – Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Google Play.

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Carol Thomas – An Ornament I Love

This week I have a post from Carol Thomas, author of Maybe Baby. I asked her to talk about a special ornament she owns …

I don’t have many ornaments in my house, but when Morton invited me to take part in her blog to talk about an ornament I love, I knew I had the perfect one, nestled on my bookshelves.

A gift from my sister, this, Willow Tree, New Life figurine was given to my husband and me after the birth of our third daughter. It is special, not only because it marks the arrival of our daughter, but also because it reflects her very special birth. WillowTreeNew LifeOur little girl was in somewhat of a hurry to be born and took us all by surprise when labour came on suddenly. It was early on a December morning, and it was frosty outside. In the time it took my husband to go and scrape the car, I knew we wouldn’t be making it to the hospital.

When he spoke to the delivery ward, they advised us to stay where we were and that they would send an ambulance. In the meantime, with labour rapidly progressing, they remained on the phone advising my husband what to do.

Acting as midwife, he was incredibly calm and took control of the situation. Within no time at all, our gorgeous girl was safely delivered. With it being just the two of us (our other children and two dogs were keeping out of the way downstairs) it was an extraordinary moment. When I look at the figurine, it reminds me of the closeness of the time before the ambulance arrived – just the two of us, and our new baby!

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My daughter’s delivery also inspired a scene in my latest book, Maybe Baby. I love reflecting on that time. It was very special, and I love the fact that twelve years on, just looking at the ornament inspires the beautiful memory of the intensity and closeness of that moment in our lives. Thank you for inviting me to share it with you, Morton.

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About the book: Maybe Baby is a romantic comedy and the sequel to The Purrfect Pet Sitter (Lisa Blake book #1). While each book can be read as a standalone story, Maybe Baby revisits the characters from The Purrfect Pet Sitter (http://getbook.at/TPPSAmazon) as they move into the next phase of their lives.

The blurb:

Just when you thought you had it all worked out …

Best friends Lisa and Felicity think – maybe, just maybe – they finally have everything sorted out in their lives.

Lisa is in a happy relationship with her old flame, and busy mum Felicity has managed to reignite the passion with her husband, Pete, after a romantic getaway.

But when Lisa walks in on a half-naked woman in her boyfriend’s flat and Felicity is left reeling from a shocking discovery, it becomes clear that life is nothing but full of surprises!

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Published by: Ruby Fiction

Buying Links for Maybe Baby:

Amazon: http://getbook.at/MBAmazon

Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/gb/en/ebook/maybe-baby-35

Ruby Fiction: https://www.rubyfiction.com/dd-product/maybe-baby/

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About the Author:

Carol Thomas lives on the south coast of England with her husband, four children and lively Labrador. She has been a playgroup supervisor and taught in primary schools for over fifteen years, before dedicating more of her time to writing. Carol is a regular volunteer at her local Cancer Research UK shop. She has a passion for reading, writing and people watching and can often be found loitering in local cafes working on her next book.

Website and Social Media Links:

Websitehttp://carol-thomas.co.uk

Facebookhttp://facebook.com/carolthomasauthor

Twitter@carol_thomas2

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Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/carol_thomas2/

Blog – http://carol-thomas.co.uk/blog

 

Thank you for that lovely post, Carol. I actually shed a tear reading your words as I prepared the post! And would you believe, I own the same ornament, which was bought for us by my late mother-in-law to celebrate my youngest’s birth. Mx

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Thank you for visiting my blog – Morton S. Gray – Author. I hope you enjoyed this post. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Girl on the Beach published by Choc Lit is available as a paperback and from all eBook platforms – Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Google Play.

The Truth Lies Buried is available now from all eBook platforms – Choc LitAmazon KindleKobo, Apple iBooks. It is also available as a paperback and audiobook.

Christmas at Borteen Bay is available now as both an eBook and audio download – Amazon Kindle, Audio, Apple iBooks, Kobo and Choc Lit for other buying options.

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When and How I Began to Write – Georgia Hill

I have some new blog features for 2020, one of which is to ask authors to tell readers when and how they began to write. The first author to reply to this question is Georgia Hill. Over to Georgia

Hi everyone and hope it’s not too late to wish you all a Happy New Year. Huge thanks to lovely writing friend Morton for inviting me on.

I had a choice of topics and plumped to tell you about when I began writing and how. It’s an odd tale so I hope you’ll spare my blushes.

I suppose I’ve always written in some form. When on holiday I always made sure I wrote a journal. Often writing was something I did as part of my teaching job. If I couldn’t find quite the right passage to use for a lesson I’d end up writing it myself. I’ve also written some really bad poetry, which will never be seen in public! (Ooo, I think we need to see some of your poetry now! Mx) So I’ve flexed my writing muscles all my life. My head has always been full of stories. A legacy, perhaps, of having my nose permanently stuck in a book.

The ideas and characters having a jolly old time in my head began to make their way onto paper and laptop, properly, in 2004. You might remember the BBC put on a Sunday night period drama called North and South in that year? I love period drama and I love a bit of Mrs Gaskell so I tuned in. Immediately gripped, I became embarrassingly fixated on the story, with the characters and mostly, I have to admit, by the hero John Thornton. It helped that he was played by Richard Armitage who has a rather swoon-worthy appeal. Check him out, he’s gorgeous! (I was swooning along to North and South too and have watched it again many times since! Mx)

This kind of thing had happened to me before – when the Colin Firth Pride and Prejudice aired. Back then the only thing I had with which to feed my obsession was a behind the scenes book which accompanied the series. (Yes I had this book too – blushes and produces said book from her book shelves to photograph for this post. Mx)

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In 2004 I had that new invention: the internet! Dial up and creaky it may have been but I was able to connect with others in a similar state of ecstasy over Mr Thornton, the brooding, brusque but oh-so-honourable mill owner. We gathered together on the BBC drama forum and feverishly discussed matters of grave import such as the working conditions in nineteenth century cotton mills, where John Thornton got his shirts laundered and, most hotly debated of all, was he a virgin before he married the fragrant Margaret?! (Swoons! Mx)

When the BBC closed down the drama page (I think a gaggle of hormonal women proved too much for the moderators), someone set up the online forum C19. We all flocked to it, relieved that we could continue feeding our appetite for all things North and South. There was an extra dimension to C19; it had (and indeed still does) a page devoted to fan fic. Fan fic, if you don’t know, is fiction written by fans of a particular book, film or television series and continues or expands the lives of the characters.

I read a few and enjoyed them and the beginnings of an idea emerged. Two characters stranded in a pub in a snowstorm and forced to share a room. They simply would not leave me alone. Entitled The Winter’s Tale, it developed into the story of Nick and Perdita, actors about to star in a new version of Pride and Prejudice. And yes, Nick the brooding hero had more than a passing resemblance to John Thornton. Gosh, I had fun writing it. Threw everything and the kitchen sink at it. Austen references, mentions of pre-Raphaelite painters, you name it, in it went. I had no idea of technique, knew nothing of point of view or head-hopping or story arcs, I just wrote one chapter a time and posted it up. Readers seemed to like it so I carried on. Eventually it was re-written, evolved into my first book, Pride and Perdita and taken on by a small independent digi-only publisher. You can still buy it.

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Reading it back I wince at the style and realise how much my writing has changed (I think mostly for the better!). Soon afterwards I decided to give up my day job, which was causing me huge amounts of stress and making me very unhappy and devote all my time to writing. I was poor but happier. Not long after that, Say it With Sequins was accepted by Harper Impulse, then an imprint of Harper Collins.

I now have seven novels and a collection of short stories to my name and have just finished writing my eighth, another romcom. I’m a bit two-faced with my writing, but only in the nicest possible way. I love writing fun romcoms set in the wonderful and entirely fictional seaside resort of Berecombe but my passion is for historical romance timeslips – to read and to write. I’ve continued my interest in all-things Victorian in my most recent book, On a Falling Tide.

You can drive yourself demented by over-analysing twists of fate but I do wonder what would have happened had I not become addicted to North and South and found an outlet for my embryonic scribblings. Would I still be slogging away trying to teach wriggly five year olds?  I’ll be forever grateful to the BBC, to Mrs Gaskell, to the … ahem … inspiring Richard Armitage. Most of all I’m thankful for the friends I made during that mad time of my North and South obsession. It really did change my life.

Love,

Georgia x

P.S. North and South didn’t change just my life. Writers Phillipa Ashley, Hazel Osmond, Elizabeth Hanbury, Rosy Thornton, Sally Orr and many others all had similar starting points. (I guess you can add me to that list too. Mx)

Thank you for a fascinating post, Georgia!

About Georgia Hill

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I write short stories for women’s magazines, novellas, epic historical romances – and some really bad poetry! I love writing romcoms but my passion is for historical romance with a contemporary twist – to read and to write. I’ve written for Harper Collins since 2013. They have published Millie Vanilla’s Cupcake Café, The Little Book Café and While I Was Waitinga WW1 historical romance. I have a nasty habit of moving house. It’s disrupting to a writing career but being the outsider can be a rich vein for inspiration. I love local history, myth and folklore and these often find their way into my writing. I have now settled in Devon with my two beloved dogs, a husband (also beloved) and a ghost called Zoe. For someone born in the midlands, living by the sea is bliss.

My latest book is On a Falling Tide, a historical romance set in Lyme Regis. If you like spooky timeslips it might just be for you. Here’s the blurb:

About On a Falling Tide

Two women. Connected by heartbreak, separated in time. Can Charity save the man she loves, or will Lydia’s vengeful spirit prove too strong?

Two haunting love stories and a hundred and fifty-year-old curse …

When the beloved grandfather who brought her up dies, Charity is left struggling to cope. Alone and rootless, she’s drawn to the sleepy fishing village of Beaumouth near Lyme Regis and begins to research her family tree. A chance encounter with attractive boat-builder Matt sparks a chain of mysterious and unsettling events and leads Charity to uncover the story of a young girl who lived in the village over a hundred years before.

In 1863 all Lydia Pavey wants to do is follow in Mary Anning’s footsteps and become a ‘fossilist.’ Instead, she is being forced into marriage to a man she barely knows.

Charity’s obsession with Lydia becomes all-consuming and she risks losing everything. With a longed-for family tantalisingly in reach, will Charity find the happy ever after she’s yearned for and, most importantly, can she save the man she loves?

Buying links:

Amazon

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Georgia-Hill/e/B003VMVXN2/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1429883769&sr=1-1 (UK)

http://www.amazon.com/Georgia-Hill/e/B003VMVXN2/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1 (US)

To keep in touch with Georgia Hill you can use the following links:

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/georgiahillauthor?ref=bookmarks

Twitter https://twitter.com/georgiawrites

Website www.georgiahill.co.uk

Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/georgiawrites/

 

Thank you for visiting my blog – Morton S. Gray – Author. I hope you enjoyed this post. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Girl on the Beach published by Choc Lit is available as a paperback and from all eBook platforms – Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Google Play.

The Truth Lies Buried is available now from all eBook platforms – Choc LitAmazon KindleKobo, Apple iBooks. It is also available as a paperback and audiobook.

Christmas at Borteen Bay is available now as both an eBook and audio download – Amazon Kindle, Audio, Apple iBooks, Kobo and Choc Lit for other buying options.

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Crafting Update

I had a weaving loom for Christmas. Now even though I went on a day course about weaving, it was quite a challenge to warp the loom and begin weaving. Got it wrong the first time and ended up un-weaving! Lol I’ve always said I’m good at un-knitting, well now I’m good at un-weaving too! Once I got the hang of it, I’m very pleased with my first piece of cloth.

Last Friday was my fused glass course. I can only show you the “before” pictures as the pieces have to be fired! Two hours disappeared very quickly and I was amazed I didn’t cut myself.

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I’ll show you the finished items when I have them. The above should melt into a coaster, two pendants and a cocktail stirrer.

In book news, thank you to anyone who has borrowed my books from a library. You may not know but each time you borrow a book the author gets a small payment, currently 9p. It soon mounts up over a year and allows the author a little more income. I was thrilled by how many of you had borrowed my books. 😄

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Thank you for visiting my blog – Morton S. Gray – Author. I hope you enjoyed this post. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Girl on the Beach published by Choc Lit is available as a paperback and from all eBook platforms – Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Google Play.

The Truth Lies Buried is available now from all eBook platforms – Choc LitAmazon KindleKobo, Apple iBooks. It is also available as a paperback and audiobook.

Christmas at Borteen Bay is available now as both an eBook and audio download – Amazon Kindle, Audio, Apple iBooks, Kobo and Choc Lit for other buying options.

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What Did I Blog About in 2019?

As we start a new decade and I begin to plan my blogging year, I thought it was worth having a look back at the fantastic posts I featured in 2019.

I posted 41 times in 2019 and these consisted of fifteen author spotlight posts, four extracts from author’s books, two posts by a character from a guest author’s book, ten features on five things you would never guess about an author and ten personal posts. Phew! How many did you read? You can catch up below…

8 January – Where did Christmas go?

14 January – Five Things You Would Never Guess About Author Caroline James

21 January – Five Things You Would Never Guess About Author Morton Gray

28 January – Five Things You Would Never Guess About Author Alison May

5 February – Looking Forward to Exciting Times

18 February – Out of My Comfort Zone

4 March – Updates

12 March – Excited! 

18 March – Five Things You Would Never Guess About Author Tora Williams

25 March – Spotlight on Guest Author Jenni Keer

3 April – Mother Sayings From The Truth Lies Buried

15 April – Five Things You Would Never Guess About Author Carol Thomas

22 April – Focus on Daughter of the House by Victoria Cornwall

20 May – Spotlight on Guest Author Sadie Ryan

27 May – Excerpt from Maybe Baby by Carol Thomas

10 June – Return to the Spotlight – Author Kate Field

24 June – Five Things You Would Never Guess About Author Sharon Ibbotson

1 July – Excerpt from Daring to Love the Duke’s Heir by Janice Preston

15 July – Spotlight on Guest Author Jackie Ladbury

22 July – Excerpt from A Paris Fairy Tale by Marie Laval

29 July – Spotlight on Guest Ruby Fiction Author Wendy Dranfield

12 August – Character Post from The Purrfect Pet Sitter by Carol Thomas

19 August – Spotlight on Guest Author Hannah Pearl

26 August – Spotlight on Guest Author Jo Lambert

3 September – Holidays, Birthdays and Giveaways

9 September – The Spotlight Returns to Guest Author Marie Laval

16 September – Five Things You Would Never Guess About Author Kirsty Ferry

23 September – Spotlight on Guest Author Lucy Keeling

30 September – Return to the Spotlight – Guest Author Lynn Forth

7 October – Five Things You Would Never Guess About Author Angela Barton

14 October – Spotlight on Guest Author Chris Penhall

21 October – Spotlight on Guest Author Margaret James

28 October – Lynda Stacey Returns to the Spotlight

4 November – Five Things You Would Never Guess About Author Berni Stevens

11 November – Five Things You Would Never Guess About Author Angela Britnell

25 November – Character Post Featuring Janice Preston’s Heroine Lady Jane Colebrooke

2 December – The Adventures of Morton S. Gray

9 December – Let’s Talk About Christmas with Tora Williams

16 December – Excerpt from Murder at The Dolphin Hotel – Helena Dixon

23 December – Merry Christmas

30 December – Happy New Year

Looking forward to more blogging in 2020. If you have a favourite feature please let me know in the comments below. See you soon and thank you for reading.

 

Thank you for visiting my blog – Morton S. Gray – Author. I hope you enjoyed this post. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Girl on the Beach published by Choc Lit is available as a paperback and from all eBook platforms – Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Google Play.

The Truth Lies Buried is available now from all eBook platforms – Choc LitAmazon KindleKobo, Apple iBooks. It is also available as a paperback and audiobook.

Christmas at Borteen Bay is available now as both an eBook and audio download – Amazon Kindle, Audio, Apple iBooks, Kobo and Choc Lit for other buying options.

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Happy New Year

I’d like to wish my blog followers a Happy New Year!

Where did Christmas go? We seemed to be on a fast toboggan ride towards Christmas Day and then in a blink of an eye it is all over and we are nearly at New Year.

Hope that you all had a great Christmas period. I can sum up our quiet family Christmas in three photographs.

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After my weaving course in December, I requested a small weaving loom for my Christmas present from my husband – I’ll let you know how I get on with it. In line with my vow to add to my craft skills, I’m already booked on two courses in January – a fused glass workshop and a soap making course – I’ll report back on my blog of course.

I don’t go in for New Year’s resolutions these days, but if I had to make a wish, it would be for a peaceful, happy and healthy 2020 for everyone in our world. Make next year a good one …

 

Thank you for visiting my blog – Morton S. Gray – Author. I hope you enjoyed this post. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Girl on the Beach published by Choc Lit is available as a paperback and from all eBook platforms – Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Google Play.

The Truth Lies Buried is available now from all eBook platforms – Choc LitAmazon KindleKobo, Apple iBooks. It is also available as a paperback and audiobook.

Christmas at Borteen Bay is available now as both an eBook and audio download – Amazon Kindle, Audio, Apple iBooks, Kobo and Choc Lit for other buying options.

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