Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Merry Christmas



We are so happy to spend another Christmas with you. 


As writers, we are ever on the lookout for fresh, inviting ways to make our narrative and dialogue inviting. 

I love Christmas stories. Yes, even the Hallmark ones! And while the stories repeat the same message, they somehow invite us to read or watch yet another story. 

Whether you have a manuscript that takes place during the Christmas season or another time of the year, you can use Christmas when describing. Seriously! Because of God’s goodness, it is timeless. 

So, I'm hoping you will help grow this Christmas list for all of us to morph, borrow, or simply use:

Sweet like candy cane (use in kissing scene)
Warm as Christmas fire (hugs, kindness, etc.)
Merry as a child opening a Christmas gift
Joyful as Christmas music (spirit)
Sparkling like Christmas lights (eyes)


Your turn: Add an inviting Christmas picture to our list. 

Merry Christmas!
~Mary Vee
Photo by Mary Vee




Link to Mary's books: https://amzn.to/2Fq4Jbm

Christmas is Mary Vee's favorite holiday. She loves to travel to places like New York City and Paris. Mary has been a finalist in several writing contests and writes for her king.  

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2 comments:

kaybee said...

Mary, I have enjoyed following and commenting on this blog, and even more, meeting some of you in person. Thanks for all you do.
Kathy Bailey: A Home For the Heart.
"Westward Hope," Pelican Book Group
"The Logger's Christmas Bride," Pelican Book Group Christmas Extravaganza

Mary Vee Writer said...

Kathy,
One of the special treats of going to the conference this year was seeing you again. I'm especially happy about your writing successes. Congratulations, and may God bless you with many more!!