Hard at work on the *mumble, mumble* tasks of the festive season!

Reblogged from: Murder by Death

 

Themis-Athena’s Garden of Books and I are hard at work coming up with …

*cough*… if we told you now it wouldn’t be as exciting, would it?

But we are pretty chuffed…

 

 

The season is approaching. The season for what?
No matter where you live, or what floats your boat, we’ve got you covered!
Obtuse? Good, wait with bated breath…OK, you might want to breath occasionally, full details are still 4 days away…

 

 

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