Authors, People, Posts

Macie’s Miracle by Sue Taylor-Davidson

The newest story in our holiday blog roll by Sue Taylor-Davidson Today we are proud to bring a brand new story in our Holiday blog roll, Macie's Miracle, a story by Sue Taylor-Davidson. We will be bringing you these stories three times a week until the solstice instead of the originally planned twice a week!. Check out our original blog… Continue reading Macie’s Miracle by Sue Taylor-Davidson

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Elric Storm saves winter solstice by MJ Lyons

Today we are proud to bring you the second story in our Holiday blog roll, Elric Storm Saves the Winter Solstice, a story by MJ Lyons. Update! We will be bringing you these stories three times a week until the solstice instead of the originally planned twice a week!. Check out our original blog post to find out more… Continue reading Elric Storm saves winter solstice by MJ Lyons

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Stuck in a cabin for the holidays by Éric Desmarais

We are proud to present the first in our series of holiday stories and posts! It's three weeks until the solstice, which is a time for a lot of different celebrations all around the world. We return this year to what we hope will become a yearly tradition at Renaissance: an advent calendar of stories,… Continue reading Stuck in a cabin for the holidays by Éric Desmarais

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Look at all these nominations!

Renaissance is so proud to announce that so many of our projects and authors have qualified for a Prix Aurora Award in 2018! The Prix Aurora Awards are public awards, which means if you see something on the list below you think deserves to win, you can go make yourself an account here and nominate… Continue reading Look at all these nominations!

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The Admirer – Excerpt

Prologue   Louisa Edwards considered herself the consummate woman of the times. She cared for the house, directed the servants, and occupied herself with the appropriate hobbies and charitable contributions. She presented herself and her house in the best possible image, and often entertained rich neighbors and influential people. If she heard the muttering of… Continue reading The Admirer – Excerpt