Reblog – PLEASE RE-BLOG, PLEASE.

Even if she didn’t ask, I would be happy to reblog this wonderful peek into Lucinda’s literary world!

Lydia

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Please will you re-blog this post for me? Yes, I know you’ve not read it yet, but I really, really want to get the word out.

In January I plan to start a new monthly newsletter which will contain the back story to Amie before she went to Africa and the lives of other characters in the trilogy. The first one recounts a major event in Ben’s life which I think you will find both fascinating and interesting. This will only ever appear in my newsletter and never be posted anywhere else.

There will also be early notice of price drops and promos and I will feature and promote books by other authors – so, if you’d like to be included, please contact me.

Most important of all, I will be giving you updates on the full story of the court case as Amie sues me with the intention of…

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Reblog/Blogmas 2016 – I Believe In Father Christmas by Greg Lake

Day 11

I am cheating a little on today’s Blogmas post; however, since this covers both the challenge and a tribute, I think I can get away with it 😉

“I Believe in Father Christmas” is a great Christmas song and Terry provides a wonderful tribute to Greg Lake who passed away this past week.

Lydia!

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December – a popular holiday song this time of year – I Believe In Father Christmas by Greg Lake

Lake says that he does believe in Father Christmas (known in America as Santa Claus), and says of the holiday and his inspiration for the song: “For me as a child, it was the visual image of peace on earth and goodwill toward men.

Interesting facts about I Believe In Father Christmas & Greg Lake

Lake created the song in August, and was surprised when it started climbing the charts in December. Many people misinterpreted it as an anti-religious song, and he thought it wouldn’t go over well as a single.

Lake was the lead singer and guitarist for Emerson, Lake And Palmer. The group rarely released singles, and cracked the UK Top 40 just once, with “Fanfare For The Common Man” in 1977.

Pete Sinfield, who wrote lyrics for many…

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