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Friday, December 25, 2015

The Tradition: Merry Christmas!



©2015  by Raymond Alexander Kukkee



 

Once again it is upon us, THE tradition: Merry Christmas!  


What does 'Merry Christmas' mean to you?  A warm, happy occasion shared with friends and family, a celebration of  the birth of Christ in the Christian tradition?
A big turkey dinner with all of the trimmings? Gifts? Sharing with others? Giving? Good times?
An excuse to go shopping and splurging?   A combination of all of the above?

Or is it just another day? -- a holiday celebrated unnecessarily by others, using up a money-making business day  like E. Scrooge would suggest?  Bah, Humbug! comes to mind.
Is Christmas a holiday celebrated by "others" but not you and your family because of alternative religious beliefs and "other" cultural traditions?

No matter.  Here at IncomingBytes  we happily wish everyone a Merry Christmas because it is our tradition. You may, in return, wish us  'Happy Holidays"  a "Holiday Season" or any combination, language, or interpretation of  "best wishes" you wish to offer.  We will not be offended.    Peace and Goodwill  is offered to all.  

Merry Christmas!  And have a Happy, Prosperous New Year too!

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Is that Incoming I hear?

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Writing, Revisiting the Past

by Raymond Alexander Kukkee

 

Writing and Revisiting the Past.


It has been quite some time since the last post was written here on IncomingBytes, the Blogspot blog of blogs. Say that fast and smile.  Is that Incoming I hear?

Time flies, does it not?
I continue to write fiction, novels, short stories and other articles as they are required by the muse;  The muse and I are working on several novels simultaneously.  Wow.  We wonder at times.  We stall. We procrastinate.  Yes.

 Much has transpired in the interim, and with time limitations, efforts on blogging have been primarily concentrated on my alternate IncomingBytes.com , --my 'blog / portfolio'.  

Why? Several reasons--for the versatility of the WordPress platform itself,   the editor system,  apps &widget possibilities,  heavier traffic, better direct SEO search results etc.  A specific  'dot-com' website also tends to offer more choice in advertising.  

No matter.  
I want my loyal readers and followers to know they are valued, not forgotten, each and every one of you --remain highly appreciated.  Writing to issues and 'revisiting the past' remains one of my favourite things.  Re-reading older posts and wonderful comments offered by my readers and followers  is always fascinating.  Wow, this is an old picture.  How to stay young the easy way, use an old pic...

 

Yes, happily, I am still here, alive and kicking; --writing and exploring issues, hopefully encouraging people to think for themselves.  I remain dedicated to writing and trying to find publicity and reviews for my novels, The Fires of Waterland   and Morgidoo's Christmas Carol,  a Christmas classic for all ages.  
Both books are 2nd editions (RockingHorse Publishing) , and are available on Amazon and at bookstores everywhere.

I do invite each and every one of my followers here to visit incomingbytes.com  too!


At this time, I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, the best and safest holidays possible!  Stay SAFE, and enjoy!   

Thank you all! 

Raymond

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Released! The Fires of Waterland



©2014 by  R.A. Kukkee
all rights reserved


Note:   This release was Previously Posted 08/08/2014  on IncomingBytes.com

Cover Art for The Fires of Waterland
©2014  Rocking Horse Publishing 



The Fires of Waterland  

has been released by

Rocking Horse Publishing  !


Its been a bit of a wait because as we all know,   good things take time,  but The Fires of Waterland has now been released by Rocking Horse Publishing!   




 AVAILABLE AT ROCKING HORSE PUBLISHING*in print and eBook  online, Amazon, --and at fine bookstores everywhere!  




Wow... was it worth the wait?  You can believe it!


..........How about that, people?   You can get it NOW!   ":)    

psst...While you're at it, check out Morgidoo's Christmas Carol  too --the Christmas classic for all ages. Yes, Christmas is coming.  Where is the Great Silver Bell? 






Don't you just love it when a plan comes together?




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