Happy Holidays!

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Photo Credit: Not only for December greeting, 1922, artist unknown, New York Public Library, Digital Collections: Picryl/Public Domain Certification

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Winter Solstice, Chinese New Year, or don’t celebrate anything at all…

I want to wish everyone reading  this blog the best for this season. I wish you a joyful, peaceful, and grace-filled time and a great start to next year!

A while back, I wrote a blog post about what Christmas was like in the 19th century. If you’re curious, you can read that here.

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Author: tammayauthor

Tam May grew up in the United States and earned her B.A. and M.A in English. She worked as an English college instructor and EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teacher before she became a full-time writer. She started writing when she was 14, and writing became her voice. She writes characters who examine their past in order to move into their future and are influenced by the time in which they live. Her first book, a collection of contemporary short stories titled Gnarled Bones And Other Stories, was nominated for a 2017 Summer Indie Book Award. She is currently working on a Gilded Age family saga. The first book, The Specter, is now available, and the second book will be out in December, 2019. She is also working on a historical mystery series featuring a turn-of-the-century New Woman sleuth. Both series take place in Northern California. She lives in Texas but calls San Francisco and the Bay Area “home”. When she’s not writing, she’s reading classic literature and historical fiction, watching classic films, or cooking up awesome vegetarian dishes.