The Sadness of the Season

I was sick, and then I was still sick, and then I was busy, so I didn’t take down the Christmas decorations until yesterday. Yes, I know it’s the middle of January. I was sick and I was busy, I told you!

Anyway, the result was that I got used to the decorations. Those cards belonged on display. Those Santas and angels belonged where they were. That tree lived there by the window. Now that they’re gone, it’s amazing how bare plain everything looks, even though I still have winter decorations.

Life is just so sad without glitter all over everything. No wonder people visit Las Vegas.

Oh, well, it’s Tuesday, and I’m posting today at Fatal Foodies on the subject of seeds.

Also, I have another five-star review for SAGE Book 1, The Fall of Onagros including:

Sage: The Fall of Onagros, is a fine example of Marian Allen’s beautiful ability to craft a telling vignette, tailor dialogue to character, and carefully weave the profound with the ordinary.

~MomGoth does a happy dance~

A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: What makes your main character particularly sad when it’s over or gone?





I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but now live in the woods in southern Indiana. Though I only write fiction, I love to read non-fiction. The more I learn about this world, the more fantastic I see it is.

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