Merry Twixtmas

It's that funny bit of the year that didn't have a name when I was growing up.  I'm a little late to wish you all a Happy Christmas, and a little early for New Year.  Still, I hope you're enjoying the festive season and haven't been too inconvenienced by the weather.

If, like me, you're already thinking about fitting in more big writing projects next year, you may enjoy my post over at Book in a Week about time management books for writers:

http://www.book-in-a-week.com/2013/12/time-management-books-writers/

On the other hand, if you're looking for a smaller project, you may like last month's post on writing a haiku a day:

http://www.book-in-a-week.com/2013/12/haiku-day/

And finally, did you catch my visit to Melinda Dozier's blog before Christmas?  The Santa Next Door makes an appearance, and Melinda asks me some intriguing questions about writing and Christmas.

http://melindadozier.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/12-days-of-romance-santa-next-door-by.html?zx=1ab6580adab36264


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