lol, Sheila! It's been out a while then, which might suggest I'll get some money before Christmas. I had another one with them I thought they might have put in the Xmas edition but maybe they're saving it for January.
Oh, yes, another one, much longer, -called 'Will it be this Christmas?' Seems to be about a young woman wondering whether her lover will leave his wife for her this year. So you could really treat yourself! Looking forward to reading later.
Sheila, that one isn't mine, I'm sure!
Are you sure? It's about six pages long and it has an older woman in it who calls herself the Ghost of Christmas Past. Anyway, they've put your name on it.
It's possible that they've mixed the name up, I suppose. Here are the other titles, in case you recognise any:
The Last Day of Christmas (yours)
A Fool for Love;
Where are his footprints?
The Mystery of Mrs Arnold's Clothes
Always in a basement
Look on the bright side
It's between me and Santa
In too Deep
When the Cat comes calling
May the Best Woman Win
Will it be this Christmas (yours)
Loathe the Neighbour
We've Lost our Sparkle
Mistletoe and Mischief
Don't get Caught
Terea Ashby and Jo Styles have got two in each, as well. Hope you solve the mystery.
Oh, God yes! I forgot about that! I wrote it in June!
How could I forget something I'd written so totally!!! Does anyone else do this? I expect the answer is a resounding no.
It happens to me all the time. But then,most of mine aren't particularly memorable.
Here is Sheila's lovely report on The Claygate and Esher Short Story Festival. She will understand my comment, lol!
I'm chronically bad on directions, which is why I always follow the person I'm with. How long did it take us to do that five minute walk? Half an hour? Or was that when we began to think we should have been at the station by now?
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It was long enough for a nice long chat, that's for sure!