Happy Holidays — See You in 2015!

posted 12/17/14

Dear Readers…

As 2014 winds down, easing us into a new year of adventure, I wish you a holiday season full of love and laughter. I will take a couple of weeks off for some of that myself, with a little writing time thrown in. I look forward to seeing you again here, in 2015, with our pencils sharp, our imaginations churning, and our resolve renewed.

Peace to you — and happy writing!
The Editor


A little something to usher us into the new year…

We know what we are, but know not what we may be.
–William Shakespeare

I dwell in possibility.
–Emily Dickinson




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    1. Edith Hope Fine wrote (on 12/17/14 at 12:29 pm) :

      You always strike the perfect tone, dear editor.
      Your readers wish you and yours a peaceful holiday, with lots of books to read and with more gently soaking rain.

    2. The Editor wrote (on 12/17/14 at 7:27 pm) :

      Thank you, Edith. The rain and coolness led to several evenings of family-wide hot cocoa and snuggled reading. Hard to complain about that! Wishing you lots of time with your lovely family.

    3. Carol Riggs wrote (on 12/17/14 at 2:32 pm) :

      Much joy and productivity to you during this holiday season! Enjoy your well-deserved time off. 🙂

    4. The Editor wrote (on 12/17/14 at 7:27 pm) :

      Right back at you, Carol.

    5. Teresa Robeson wrote (on 12/17/14 at 6:30 pm) :

      A wonderful holiday season to you too! Hope your 2015 is at least as spectacular as your 2014. 🙂

    6. The Editor wrote (on 12/17/14 at 7:29 pm) :

      I’m lucky that you were a part of my adventures this year. Best wishes for your new year.

    7. Yvette Carol wrote (on 12/18/14 at 10:49 pm) :

      Happy Christmas and a Wonderful New Year, Deborah!

    8. JC wrote (on 12/27/14 at 1:05 pm) :

      We’ll have to see what 2015 holds. My young adult novel has stalled because the thought of writing it has overwhelmed me and the 40-60,000 word count has intimidated into inaction.

      Other than that, I’ve been writing articles for free for the last six months and also pieces of writing that rhyme, but I don’t like calling them poetry.

      Will definitely be coming back to DearEditor.com next year.