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Happy Sunday everyone! Well we are in the home stretch coming into Christmas and let me tell you, I am ready. By the end of today all my gifts are bought and almost all wrapped, the house is decorated, and I'm ready for a few days off from work. I took tomorrow off, I have Christmas Eve off, then the following Monday, and New Year's Eve off. Awesome. And even better I am finally starting to get over this cold/sore throat that has had me down for the past week! How is your holiday planning coming along?
In blogging news much of the rest of December is going to be easy going. I have a couple of posts going up this week and then next week is going to be all about signing up for reading challenges for 2011. But don't worry, in January we will be off and running again. The first big event for 2011 around here will be a YA Historical Fiction week that will run from January 23rd through the 29th. There will be plenty of Guest Posts from some of my favorite YA authors and a giveaway or two. So stay tuned for that.
Also, I was made aware yesterday that I don't have a way for you guys to follow my blog via email - so I figured out how to add the feedburner email gadget - and it is live now so feel free to follow my blog that way. Thanks for the suggestion Terri C.
I thought a good way to sort of wrap up this year would be to take a survey of who is a part of The Maiden's Court. I want to get to know you guys better - so I made a simple survey below (that will be completely anonymous) to find out who follows this blog. Please take a minute to answer a few simple demographic type questions.
Happy Holidays Everyone!
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