It’s Christmas again. Where did 2012 go?

It’s Christmas again – and I cannot believe how fast this year’s gone. A blur.

MJWright2011It’s a time for family, to think of others, to reflect. A time for giving, and for receiving; and the greatest gift anyone can give another is kindness.

I’ve got a few posts lined up for the holiday season – check back soon – and I’ll review“The Hobbit”, once I’ve seen it (yeah, I live where it was made, I am a HUGE Tolkien fan…and haven’t managed to see the film.) I’ll be back blogging full-strength mid-January. Here’s what’s coming:

– inspirations for writers and people of all interests;
– a regular series on how to write, how to publish and how others have done it;
– a short series on history mysteries;
– a short series on science geekery;
– and more (could mean….well, anything, but likely about books. New Zealand scenery. Funny stuff. Or steampunk).

And, if you get a moment, don’t forget to check out some really great blogs:

Karen Huber:
Dennis Langley:
Elisa Nuckle:
Lemuel Lyes:
S. Thomas Summers:
Robyn Oyeniyi:
Susan Keirnan-Lewis:
Tom Burkhalter:
Imelda Evans:
Claire McAlpine:
Karen Rought:

What’s happening for you this festive season? Keep safe, have a great time – and Merry Christmas!

Copyright © Matthew Wright 2012


10 thoughts on “It’s Christmas again. Where did 2012 go?

  1. Thank you, Matthew. I have enjoyed your blog and getting to know you through it. Merry Christmas. God’s blessings on you and yours.

    I need to see The Hobbit too.

    S. Thomas Summers
    Author of Private Hercules McGraw: Poems of the American Civil War

  2. Ditto on the Hobbit. . . It’ll have to be a new years resolution 🙂

    Thanks for a great year of blogging, and all the really great advice, and wonderful posts.

    Merry Christmas!

  3. Thanks for the link and I hope you have very happy holidays. 2012 has been a real roller coaster at a lot of levels. I am looking forward to a great 2013 and your great blog.

    1. Thank you – I’ve got some stuff lined up including a properly structured series on writing (which I might turn into a book later, maybe). Thank you for your support of what I’m doing – very much appreciated – and all the best for 2013.

  4. Thanks for the mention, Matthew! I caught most of this post in my reader but not the last part of it. I really appreciate all the support you give my blog, especially your cogent comments. Hope you and yours have enjoyed the holiday season.


  5. Gee Matthew – I’m sorry – I’ve been so busy I didn’t even notice the shout out! Thank you so much! I’m scrolling back as I am looking for that article you wrote about grammar rules and writing…. for a friend.

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