Lots of changes for me this year! Please drop by and see some of them at my new DoubleclickTwins.blogspot.com blog (it's for kids and fun!) and at MelanieKaris.blogspot.com too. I look forward to "seeing" you there!

Thursday, October 10, 2013

New DoubleClick Twins Blog

Hi Everyone!
On this, my 201st posting on my St. Nicholas and Christmas blog, I'd like to extend an invitation for you to come on over to my new blog and have a look around. It's about Pete and Lucy Sinclair and their cat, Caesar. It's for kids of all ages but if you happen to have a special child in your life please tell them about it - I think they might really enjoy it. It's full of fun and adventure with original artwork. 

This new DoubleClick blog is a glimpse into some of what I've been doing during the last year - collaborating with another author in the writing of "DoubleClick" which is soon to be published as a printed book for middle school kids! This new blog, and it's corresponding facebook page, well, its a a way for everyone to get to know the characters in "DoubleClick" even before the book comes out! Oh, and if you are on facebook, please come on over to the DoubleClick site and press "Like" (if you like it of course!). I would greatly appreciate it.

But for all you who enjoy St. Nicholas Churches around the world at this blog, St. Nicholas and Christmas - now that I have a bit more time I have a whole load of new St. Nicholas churches to showcase. I will post one every Monday! After all - we are getting into that St. Nicholas and Christmas time of the year again!

Thanks so much!

Blessings,

Ann

5 comments:

Betsy Adams said...

Hi Ann, Great to hear from you... Congrats on your new blog... You are a talented lady.. Good Luck.

I will continue to check out your St. Nicholas Churches... Glad you have more.

Hugs,
Betsy

thisisme said...

This all sounds very exciting I must say.I will like the facebook page and take a look at your new blog. Thank you so much for your kind comment on my post today.

Stitchy Mc Floss said...

Lovely blog. Thank you for visiting my blog....as soon as I can locate the pattern, I do plan on making the lace of Mary.

blessings always

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Hi Ann,

I'm so glad you are back and was able to comment.

What a beautiful church. The advent candle with the fruit is so beautiful too.

Sara Karis said...

Did so enjoy the write up on St. Nicholas, Wykoff, NJ. I count among a friend, a lady who was one of the founding members. Thanks so much.