December Slow-Down

I need a break!

I’m going to take the rest of the month of December off from blogging. I need this time to work on a book whose characters are screaming for my attention… and let me tell you, those magical healing witches are pretty demanding!

I do have book reviews scheduled and author interviews scheduled. I will comment and share those posts on social media. 

My poetry challenge is optional from 12/11/18 – 12/31/18. If you still want to write your weekly poetry here the words for each week:

12/11/18: Try & Life

12/18/18: Fly & Sing

12/25/18: Belief & Joy

Remember, there will be no Monday Poetry Recaps or Tuesday Challenge posts.

So, here’s my schedule for the Faery Whisperer from December 11th – December 31st

Wednesdays: Book Reviews

Thursdays: Conversations with Colleen: Author Interviews

My poetry challenge & recap resume:  January 1st, 2018

I’ll still be around to reply to comments and share on posts social media, but my time will be sporadic.

I would like to take this time to thank all my friends and readers for their support this past year. I love you all!

Happy Yule & I’ll see you in the New Year!


        1. Nice! I’m going for a nice dinner for Yule, Ham, veggies, baked bread (the fey love it), and I did buy a banana cream pie for my hubby. I can’t do dairy. I found a cute “yule log” cookie using wonton wrappers, toasted walnuts, dates, and dark chocolate. That will be my indulgence. Beans and potatoes sound yummy! ❤


      1. You’ve been working very, very hard, Colleen! You deserve a long over due break and need to have time for writing. Hope you find the new chairs comfy for you and your husband. Yes, sit by the fireplace, have your feet up and enjoy the hot chocolate. See you very briefly first week of January, and we’ll be off to Hong Kong and Japan until the end of the month. My nephew is getting married in Hong Kong.

        Happy Holiday and Happy Writing!

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          1. Thank you, Colleen. ❤ We'll go to a none-course seafood banquet for the wedding. My daughter is vegetarian, no meat. My son-in-law is vegetarian, eats some seafood. We're now working with my sister to have replacement of dishes, all veggies for my daughter and some for Will. It should be easy because there're so many varieties of veggies in Asia. ❤

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  1. I’m right there with you, Colleen! You’ve been a busy blogger and yes, we can’t wait to read the next installment of the Heart Stone Chronicles! Due to travel, I’ll be taking the month of January off from blogging. Hugh, and Carol from LightWords are graciously handling Sunday Stills while I’m RV’ing in Arizona! Happy Holidays to you and enjoy your well-deserved break!!

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