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MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR

I am popping in to wish you all a Merry Christmas on this Christmas morning. We are in Lisbon for a week, enjoying the old city and its small alleys and cobbled streets, beautiful squares and historical monuments. On Boxing day we rent a car and continue north towards Porto for another two weeks of exciting scenery and history.



Thank you all for a wonderful blogging year, with exciting challenges and new blogging contacts. Via the challenges I have discovered several new blog sites with great content.


I will probably not post too much on this blog until I am back in Sweden mid January. I have a few literary encounters connected to Lisbon to tell you about. If you, in the meantime, are curious and want read more about it you can register for my newsletter - The Content Reader Newsletter - which comes out every Friday at 10 a.m. (CET Europe). It is free and you can unscubscribe at any time. Next Friday, 30 December, there will be a piece about how I stumbled on not only one, but two famous Portuguese authors. If you don’t know what to cook for New Year’s dinner you might be inspired by the last newsletter.


A Merry Christmas to all of you.




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I am enjoying the newsletters and also your posts and photos! Happy New Year, Lisbeth!

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thecontentreader
thecontentreader
Jan 06, 2023
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Thank you so much Jeanie. Good to see you here. All the best for 2023.

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Debbie Nance
Debbie Nance
Jan 04, 2023

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Lisbeth!

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thecontentreader
thecontentreader
Jan 04, 2023
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Thank you Deb. I see the new year has started well for you. I am also pleased, although not so much time for blogginh. But, it will come..

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Marianne Maurer
Marianne Maurer
Dec 28, 2022

I hope you had a god Jul, Lisbeth. Best wishes. 🎄

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thecontentreader
thecontentreader
Dec 29, 2022
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I did, although very quiet and maybe not as Christmas like as usual. Sometimes it is nice to do something different.

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