There’s something special about this time of year …

Christmas card with hot cup of cappuccino,  cinnamon sticks and christmas tree branch isolated,

Tomorrow kicks off my series of guest posts from writers in our community. Come visit the blog each day and discover some fun holiday memories, recipes, crafts, traditions, and whatever else my wonderful guests choose to share with us.

Here is the schedule for the blog until Christmas…

November 25 – Giveaway Galore by Rae – tweet each day until 12/1 for a chance to win a critique. Details here.

November 26 – 27 Holiday Guest Posts

November 28 -29 Thanksgiving Holiday

November 30 – Pitch Wars Submission Guidelines

December 1 – Winners of The Great Pitch Wars Mentor Hunt announced.

December 2 – Pitch Wars submission window

December 3 – 23   Holiday Guest Posts

December 11 Pitch Wars mentor picks announced.

December 24 – January 2 Christmas Holiday

January 3-7 – To be announced

January 8 – #PitMad Twitter Pitch Party

January 9-21 – To be announced

January 22-23 Pitch Wars Agent Round

I leave you with a holiday song that is special to our family. My family lost a dear loved one many years ago, before I was born. As my grandfather drove his wife and two young sons home from the hospital, this song played on the radio. My father was just a boy when his sister passed away, but he always sang this song while I was growing up, and he would cry even though the years had added up to decades, then to a century. It was as though his sister was telling them that she was going home for Christmas and would be with her maker, safe and without pain. I didn’t even know her, but I feel the loss and hope in this song. May you be home for the holidays, safe with your families. And if you are not home or are alone for the holidays, know that our writing community is with you in spirit.  Love, hugs, and best wishes to all!

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