Day 20: X-mas Quotes

If you need some inspiration fot the X-mas cards, I recommend these quotes!!

Resultat d'imatges de xmas literature

“Christmas is a bridge. We need bridges as the river of time flows past. Today’s Christmas should mean creating happy hours for tomorrow and reliving those of yesterday.”

Resultat d'imatges de Gladys Taber xmas quotes

– Gladys Taber

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Marjorie Holmes

Marjorie Holmes (1910—2002) was an American columnist and best-selling Christian author of 134 books, 32 of which were best sellers. Holmes is known best for her biblical trilogy which began with the novel Two From Galilee, a love story about Mary and Joseph, published by Fleming H. Revell.

Edna Ferber

Born on August 15, 1885, novelist and playwright Edna Ferber began her writing career as a reporter in her native Michigan. She soon started to write fiction, and in 1924 she won the Pulitzer Prize for her novel So Big. Ferber was very popular––her book Show Boat (1926) became a musical, and Giant (1952) was made into a movie (James Dean‘s final film), among other adaptations. Her plays include Dinner at Eight and Stage Door. Ferber died on April 16, 1968.

Gladys Taber

A prolific author whose output includes plays, essays, memoirs and fiction, Gladys Taber (1899 – 1980) is perhaps best recalled for a series of books and columns about her life at Stillmeadow, a 17th-century farmhouse in Southbury, Connecticut.

Born Gladys Bagg on April 12, 1899 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, she was the middle child and only one to survive to adulthood.

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