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

As soon as Tam May started writing at the age of fourteen, writing became her voice. She writes historical women’s fiction and historical cozy mysteries. She loves to take readers into the nooks and crannies of the past, and she wants to inspire readers with her resilient and autonomous female characters. Most of her fiction is set in and around the San Francisco Bay Area because she fell in love with the city and found her independence and writing voice when she lived there in the 1990s. Her book Lessons From My Mother’s Life debuted at #1 in its category on Amazon. She’s also published a Gilded age family saga set among San Francisco’s Nob Hill elite titled the Waxwood Series which follows the Alderdices as they discover their place amidst revolutionary changes and shifting values in the last decade of the 19th century. Tam’s current project is a historical cozy mystery series titled The Paper Chase Mysteries. The series takes place in Northern California at the turn of the 20th century and features amateur sleuth and epistolary expert Adele Gossling, a progressive and independent young woman whose talent for solving crimes comes into direct conflict with her new community apt to prefer the previous era's angel in the house to the current century’s New Woman. Tam lives in Texas but calls San Francisco and the Bay Area “home”. When she’s not writing, she’s reading classic literature, watching classic films, cross-stitching, or cooking yummy vegetarian dishes.