Monday, December 24, 2007

Christmas stories

A new story of mine is up at Shred of Evidence: Silence in Ramah is sort of a Christmas story, though dark, as usual.

Also: this story has been available for awhile, but it's stayed with me. Go read Sean Doolittle's The Grift of the Magi - it's one I believe I'll have to print and reread each year.

Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa, Blessed Yule to those who celebrate those holidays. May this season bring peace and joy to your hearts.

5 Comments:

Blogger M. G. Tarquini said...

And to you, too, Christa!

24/12/07 2:15 PM  
Blogger pattinase (abbott) said...

Hope you had a great Christmas, Christa. We spent part of it with my grandson whose trip to St. Paul was canceled due to the weather there. At thirteen months, he has really discovered his power to command attention and leads everyone in follow the leader. What a treat.

26/12/07 9:45 AM  
Anonymous norby said...

Hope you had a very merry Christa!! With Hamlet and Puck around, I'm sure it was a busy one if nothing else!

26/12/07 1:01 PM  
Blogger Christa M. Miller said...

Thanks, Mindy!

Patti, that sounds adorable! Puck was so excited to have the tree finally available to him (we had tables blocking it for the weeks leading to Christmas) that he stamped his feet... before he went for the ornaments. I swear the kid isn't really 1 at all!

Norby, "was" busy? "Was"? No, dear... it is only just beginning.

26/12/07 1:41 PM  
Blogger Daniel Hatadi said...

Beautiful work as usual, Christa.

30/12/07 5:56 AM  

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