Friday, December 28, 2012

The 3rd Day of Christmas in Song - The 1st Noel

The First Noel can be dated back to the 18th Century England, but is probably older as "Noel" is a French meaning Christmas.

As the song is today, it was first published in "Carols Ancient and Modern 1823) and has a Cornish roots.

The lyrics are a vivid narrative of the birth of Jesus.

Author Bio: Stephanie Burkhart is a 911 Dispatcher for LAPD. She puts a star on the top of her Christmas tree.

Do you put a star or an angel on the top of your tree?

A Gentleman and A Rogue
Book 2, The Windsor Diaries

Blurb: Will Lady Keira Russell win Queen Victoria's approval for her work with compressed natural gas, or will Edmund ruin Keira's chances with his mischief making?

Opening Paragraph:
Edmund Windsor landed flat on his rump. Frowning, he got to his knees and brushed the dirt off his frock jacket. To his left, he heard his cousin, Alice, grumbling. Good old Alice. It wouldn't be an adventure without her.

Review:  "I was hooked in it and did not want it to end. All of you romantic historical fans don’t miss this one – it is a winner." - 5 Stars, Trudi LoPreto for Reader's Favorites





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