Category Archives: holidays

  1. Let the Revels Reign!

    18 December, 2018 by katelaity

    Let the revels reign! It’s bonny yuletide again. The mummers lead the way — Join the grateful play. The days …
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  2. Time


    27 November, 2018 by katelaity

    When we have plenty It hangs. When we have little It flies. Strange elasticity That snaps: Time is eternally changing …
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  3. Tirgearr 99c/99p Winter Sale!

    8 December, 2017 by katelaity

    Get The Mangrove Legacy for just 99c/99p! A gothic novel of mystery, romance — and pockets! Follow cousins Alice and Lizzie …
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  4. Valentine’s Day in the Middle Ages


    13 February, 2015 by katelaity

    The lyf so short, the craft so long to lerne… You know the drill: hearts, flowers, chocolates.  Great if you’re …
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  5. Monte Carlo

    21 September, 2014 by katelaity

    The setting for the latest Constance and Collier story is Monte Carlo. Here’s a little snippet to give you the …
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  6. Seeing out 2013 with a Laugh

    29 December, 2013 by katelaity

    Getting ready for the big cover reveal for The Big Splash coming next month from Tirgearr Publishing, editing Knight of …
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  7. Obsessive Readers Unite!

    22 December, 2013 by katelaity

    “Far be it from me, my dear sister, to depreciate such pleasures. They would doubtless be congenial with the generality …
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  8. Happy Birthday, Jane Austen

    16 December, 2013 by katelaity

    Happy birthday to one of the greatest writers of the English language whose influence continues to ripple across the world. …
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  9. Halloween Spookiness!


    27 October, 2013 by katelaity

    Goblin Child Where are you, Goblin Child, Hiding in your human guise? Something wild and fiery breathes Behind your glinting …
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  10. Happy Holidays

    23 December, 2012 by katelaity

    Helen, her father, Maggiormente and Eduoardo will return after the first of the year. Enjoy the season however you celebrate …
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