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Ocean's Apart

Ocean's Apart is now available as an Ebook and a paperback on Amazon. This one isn't your normal romance - the hero and heroine are not young twenty or thirty somethings. They are both in their sixties, mature, but still fun loving and willing to do new things. But then life doesn't end at forty, fifty or sixty. We are never to old to find love for the first or second time.

A romance 48 years in the making...

Dragged half way across the world by his parents, the only contact Oliver Voight has with his native England is his friend Matt’s kid sister, who keeps him up to date with her rambling, winsome letters.

When Connie Falcon promises her brother’s best friend she will keep in touch, she has no idea where that assurance will lead. But Connie always keeps her promises, so forty-eight years later, she is still writing.

As the years have flown past, both of them have been transformed into different people by what life has thrown at them. When they finally meet face to face, …
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A barren wife. A baby who needs a home. A husband adamantly opposed to adoption.     Infertility casts a shadow over Robert and Hannah’s marriage in 1891 New York City. So does her newfound faith in Christ, a result of Dwight L. Moody’s evangelistic campaign. Their world is further rocked by their immigrant maid’s pregnancy, and by Jacob Riis’ shocking exposé on life in the city’s tenements. Penny Musco’s The Christmas Child intertwines the themes of childlessness and cultural differences in an exciting inspirational story. 
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Christmas, Yes!
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An interview with Father Christmas

Yes, you read that right. I managed to track him down and ask him some questions at this busy time of year. :)

Thank you for taking time out at this busy season to answer my questions.
1. Do you prefer Father Christmas, Santa or St Nick.

I prefer Father Christmas

2. Where do you live?

I have an ice palace at the north pole.

3. What are you reindeer called? Do you have a favourite one?

Their names are Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen. My favourite is Prancer because he is so lively and full of spirit.

How do you manage to deliver all the presents in one night?

It needs a lot of organisation, and I rely on lots of Mums and Dads to get it all done.

What do you do on Christmas Day?

I go to the Christmas services at my local Church.

How many elves work for you? Do you pay them? Do they get a day off each week?

There are 9 elves and they all get the national minimum wage, with Sunday off each week.

Where do you go for your summer holiday?

Lapland (quite anonymously…

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Good! At least I have somewhere nearby to get my hair done.
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