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Hi Karen

Everything wrapped up nicely? Tied up all the loose strands? Good, because at some stage pretty soon people are going to insist you forget about your work-in-progress for a while and spread some Christmas cheer! Still, maybe you'll get a nice new laptop or notebook to break in with a new story. Or if they're short of ideas, there's still time to drop a few heavy hints and get a subscription to your favourite Writing Magazine!

Whatever you're planning this Christmas, Merry Christmas from all of your friends at Writing Magazine. See you back here in the new year, bursting with ideas (hopefully not bursting our belts), and ready for your best writing year yet.
Jonathan Telfer
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