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How to Write: A Year in Advice from Franzen, King, Hosseini, and More, by Joe Fassler in The Atlantic.

Modern Mrs. Darcy’s favorite books of 2013.

A 9-Step Guide on How to Dress for Winter, written by a Djibouti resident helping her kids adjust to Christmas weather in Minnesota.

A wrap-up of the year’s writing prompts over at Ploughshares (a new literary-focused online magazine I’ve recently begun following):  For Those About to Write (We Salute You) #16: Bring on the New Years.

David Marshall’s short essay on Christmas wishes:  All I Want at Signals to Attend.

Two slab pie recipes that I want to try this year (let’s plan a slab-pie party?  Anyone interested?)  Smitten Kitchen’s breakfast version, and then How Sweet It Is’ chocolate cream version.

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