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    Merry Christmas, everybody!!!!
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    Awww- thank you, Lynn. Merry Christmas to you and yours, too!
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    Thank you! Wishing everyone a blessed Christmas, and prayers for safety for anyone travailing.
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    Merry Christmas to you Lynn.
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    I thought I'd everyone a merry and blessed Christmas a little early. May the Lord bless each of you and your families with the joy and meaning of CHRISTmas. 🧡
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    LOL Love that, Z! PenName, love that book tree! Thank you, SW! jonjovi, I love that one! Accord, too funny! Hubs heard a lady say she brought a live tree and they found an owl living in it! Spaulding, merry Christmas to your bears! Christmas blessings to all of you! 🧡
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    Merry Christmas, everyone!! 😊
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    Merry CHRISTmas, everybody!! 🤗🤗🤗
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    Merry Christmas, everyone! Be careful of "gifts" in your Christmas tree.
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    Merry and content Christmas too.
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    Writing A CHRISTMAS CAROL saved Charles Dickens and reignited an appreciation for selfless giving at Christmas for untold numbers of readers throughout the ages. This is the power of Story. https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2019/12/21/wrenching-reason-charles-dickens-wrote-christmas-carol/
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    Yes, that was, Nicholas. Simply beautifully put.
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    Amen!! That was beautiful, Nicholas.
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    Nicely written Christmas song!
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    Merry Christmas. As we patiently await His return.
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    Erin I love doing this sort of thing, hehe! DollDivine is a website with lots of character makers in various styles. I spent many hours on it when I was in college developing my fantasy story! \https://www.dolldivine.com/
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    This probably sounds like a dumb suggestion, but I'll throw it out anyways. I seem to recall that the process for making a golem involved writing a hebrew letter on the forehead of the creature in order to give it life. Why not start there? Something like, "I thought the letter that gave me life fixed my fate and destiny, a protector and guard. How was it that my fate was to be a detective?" Edit: No golems were harmed in the making of this post.
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    No, thank you, Johne! It's really my pleasure.
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    Alright, I have to know if anyone ever tried this. I don't live where this would happen, but I am curious to know what you city dwellers say. 😄
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    I've decided that 1 of my NYR (New Year Resolutions) will be to take a break from Facebook every other month. January I won't go there very often. I'll be concentrating on writing. That might mean I'll be around here more during January, March, May.... All of the odd months.
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    I don't remember the title or the author, but it was some kind of thriller. And the protagonists were always in hot water. I just remember that it was hard to read. I'm the kind of person who doesn't put down a book until it's done. (Which is why it is hard for me to read the pieces people post here!)
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    We definitely want some peaceful times to give the hero -- and the reader -- a chance to catch their breath. This also makes the tense moments even more stressful. I was told to think of a story like a rollercoaster ride. Peaks and valleys. 😊
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    I suppose I never thought of it that way. Different strokes for different folks, thought. I'm still interested in what book it was that gave such a stressful experience to Carolina.
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    I read one like that too, in an attempt to see how someone creates a tense, fast-paced story, and realized I wasn't a fan of that kind of story. "All things in moderation," as my father used to say. My life is exciting enough; a book is a good way to relax.
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    Really? What was its name? That sounds stressful, but cool!
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    So, I have a blogsite (that's what I call it) - that has yet to be launched. I will launch it soon if people are willing to go visit it. I will post some of my writing there, as well as book covers - some for sale, some for give away. My prices are fairly low, so many will be negotiable.
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    I read a book a while back that never let the reader rest. From one chapter to the next, something bad was about to happen. Yes, I wanted to keep turning the pages, but I had to put it down frequently because my system just couldn't take the constant stress.
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