It’s Christmas Eve. So far, I’ve had a hospital appointment and now I’m about to sit down and get on with some edits for Hannah 2. Later this afternoon I’ll be making chocolate orange truffles with my son and then cranberry sauce and Baileys double cream to go with Christmas dinner tomorrow. Maybe, if I have any energy left, I’ll fit in some more editing after.
Many of us love this festive, well-lit time of year. The colours and twinkles bring smiles and joy, but we find ourselves busier than ever. It’s not a time for relaxing, though it is a time for over-indulging. I’m already saying I’m dieting after Christmas and I’ve not made it to Christmas day yet!
I’m sure you’re as equally busy while at the same time, hopefully enjoying the fun the season brings.
I just want to wish my readers a very Merry Christmas and for those who don’t celebrate, I wish Happy Holidays!
Have a lovely day tomorrow and I’ll be back shortly after with my top crime books of the year.
I’ll leave you with some photos of Nottingham at Christmas. I took these with the family on Monday when it was wet and dull, so it was fairly quiet, but this is DI Hannah Robbins‘ stomping ground. This would be her Christmas.