Hello again, my lovelies! Twas the Night Before Christmas, as the poem says, so here is another blogmas post, again with a spooky theme hence a rather late night upload. It’s by wonderful Alex Foulkes, who has written about what Christmas might look like for her book characters. Onto the post!
Hello everybody! In the next few days, we’ll hopefully be having a few posts each days (like we did at the start of the month to build some hype), as we’re now SO CLOSE to Christmas. Today’s first is from Fleur Hitchcock, who has written an interview style piece with her main character from her latest release Murder at Snowfall. Onto the post!
Hello everybody! Today, I have another post about how characters would spend the festive season, and this time it is by Aislinn O’ Loughlin. Her book Big Bad Me might seem like a Halloween book, but it is in fact very wintry. Onto the post!
Hello everyone! So, today’s blogmas post is going up late because I thought I had scheduled it for this morning, then went out and realised that was not the case. So here we are now, with wonderful 2023 debut Yvonne Banham’s post about a Christmas stocking being compiled ; I am SO excited to read her book soon. Onto the post!
Hello, and happy blogmas!! I can’t believe it’s this time already. This year I have a very overambitious 31 day, often multiple posts a day schedule for blogmas, so I really really hope it all comes off and people enjoy it.
To kick us off, we have the wonderful Tasha Hastings with her piece on the presents she’d give the characters of her debut novel the Miraculous Sweetmakers and the Frost Fair. I’m biased cause she’s the best, but her book is the *perfect* thing to pick up now the weather’s getting colder. Onto the post!!