Archive for 'holiday'

“You are tolerable, I suppose”

Valentine’s Day is coming! Are you shopping for valentines, and in need of inspiration? Here’s one of my all-time favorites. ;)

"You are tolerable, I suppose": a humorous Pride and Prejudice valentine featuring Mr. Darcy

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The holidays aren’t over

Call it willful denial, but the holidays aren’t over in my house. Not, at least, until we’ve finished our fudge.

Photograph of two pieces of fudge and a glass of milk: yummy!

By the way, the recipe is super-easy.

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“Get off the computer now and again”

“Get off the computer now and again.” It’s not always so easy for writers to do, especially for those who — like me — try to write every day. But tomorrow I’m off for a nice long holiday visit with family, and I’ve vowed to be offline the whole time.

"Get off the computer now and again": an illustration by Lizzy Stewart.

illustration by Lizzy Stewart

More from me again a bit further down the road. In the meantime, here’s a link to the site of the wonderfully talented Lizzy Stewart.

 

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A bookish holiday wreath!

Further holiday merriment: a bookish wreath! I wonder what book this clever crafter utilized . . . ?

Photo of a holiday wreath made from book pages. Posted by Sarah's Book Reviews on Twitter.

via Sarah’s Book Reviews on Twitter

More crafty holiday DIY inspiration here at Modern Mrs. Darcy.

 

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May your beard be merry and bright

Props to whoever thought of this.

Photo of a man whose beard is festooned with holiday lights. Via themindcircle.com

via themindcircle.com

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A holiday book-tree

Theresa Romain, a fellow author of historical romance, made a tree out of books! I’m picturing it with a few strands of colored lights, a little tinsel draped here and there . . . and some more books (wrapped, of course) around the base. Because books make great gifts, don’t they? ;)

A holiday "book-tree" made by Theresa Romain, author of historical romance.

 

More about Theresa here.

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The 12 Days of Pride and Prejudice

Here’s something to get us Jane Austen fans in the holiday spirit . . . the Twelve Days of Pride and Prejudice! Isn’t this a hoot? The Jane Austen Centre posted it on Twitter, and I had to share!

The Twelve Days of Pride and Prejudice. A holiday infographic via the Jane Austen Centre on Twitter.

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