It seems, no matter what is going on in the world, the holidays will cast its spell and we succumb; some with great enthusiasm, some reluctantly, but the traditions, the special feelings, the joy and the sadness, will not be denied. If we are fortunate to be comfortable, safe, well-fed, surrounded by friends and family or quietly celebrating alone, I suggest it is a time offering great fodder for a writer. Begin with the never failing, "What if?" scenario, and the possibilities are endless for your next great story. We at Kentbury wish you all the very best. May your stockings be filled with love and kindness and may your glass be full of inspiration!


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