Christmas Post Index

After writing 5 (!) Christmas books, I’ve managed to fill Random Bits of Fascination with a plethora of Regency era Christmas treats. Here’s a Master Index of the offerings for your holiday reading pleasure. 

(Posts marked New 2017 may not be up until later this month.)

Christmas Scenes

Stir it Up Sunday

The Mumper’s Blessing

Miss Darcy and the Kissing Ball

Christmas Dinner at Longbourn

Elizabeth’s First Yule Log

Boxing Day Charity

Creaming the Well (New 2017!)

First Footer at Longbourn

Darcy and the Harlequin 

A Twelfth Night Ball to Forget

Christmas Traditions

Holiday Calendar

Christmas Carols

Mumpers, Mummers and Sword Dancers


Kissing Balls

Yule Logs

Christmas decorating

Pantos (New 2017)

A modern Panto

Boxing Day (New 2017)

New Year’s Traditions

Twelfth Night

 Christmas Foods

Traditional Christmas Foods

Christmas Feast

Plum Pudding

Plum Pudding demo



Mince Pie

Mince Pie and Twelfth Night Pie

Yorkshire Pie (New 2017)

Black Butter (New 2017) 

Boar’s head and Brawn


George_Goodwin_Kilburne_A_good_hand; card games; parlor games

Parlor Games

Games Video

Games #1

Games #2

Games #3

Games #4 (New 2017)


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    • Ann on December 5, 2017 at 4:36 am
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    Thank you Maria – What enjoyable Christmas reading to come
    As a family we always play games on Christmas Day evening. Often we play Mah Jong , a game my Granny played with great gusto and I learnt to play as a child and now pass the skills on to our two lads. Happy Christmas

    1. Thanks Ann! Hope you enjoy some of the games I’ve posted too! I really need to learn to play Mah Jong.

    • J. W. Garrett on December 5, 2017 at 8:28 am
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    Lots to read… dang… there is just not enough time. Thanks for this post.

    1. I know there’s never enough time for that, is there?

    • tgruy on December 11, 2017 at 2:13 pm
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    I need to work less and read more…

    1. Don’t we all!! 🙂

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