Wednesday, 25 December 2013

25th December - Bridget Strevens Marzo

#W8PAdvent


to all our readers & contributors from

 and the

Words & Pictures Team

Thank you to all the wonderful illustrators and writers who have contributed to our


Words & Pictures Advent Calendar

You can see the whole calendar here
and all the Advent posts with a wonderful collection of seasonal micro fiction here


We're taking a short break over the holidays
and will be back on


Friday 3rd January 2014

with a brand new banner and featured illustrator!
Have you New Year Resolutions ready!



Jan Carr is the editor of Words & Pictures. Her fiction is older middle grade, she blogs occasionally and loves to write in magenta. You can contact her at editor@britishscbwi.org.

8 comments:

  1. You'll have to go the calendar to see this animate! Wishing everyone a calm, creative and happily animated Christmas!

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    1. thanks Bridget - the calendar looks superb - Happy Christmas!

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  2. We hope that Christmas will go with a bang,
    So pull a cracker with the scoobie gang
    #W8PAdvent @GeorgeKirk
    One last present under the tree.
    Is it for you, is it for me?
    It's for everyone, it's scoobie.
    #W8PAdvent @GeorgeKirk2

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  3. Be it brushed or penned you will see
    A New Year filled with creativity
    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! #W8PAdvent @sueeves

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  4. May your Xmas be a cracker and your new year be a ball/ wishing lots of festive joy - merry Xmas one and all! #W8PAdvent @JayeSeymour

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  5. Thank you for a daily treat of beautiful illustrations and brilliant tweets. Wishing everyone a fantastic Christmas and a happy and successful 2014 :) Jenny x

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    1. Thank You, Jenny! Hope Christmas was wonderful!

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  6. Thank you very much wonderful people for your lovely comments and tweets!

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