Merry Christmas, From Me to You



When I started in 2018, I had high hopes. Not for me, personally, but for the company I worked with. 

I was going to work my ass off to help build the company’s image, as well as its finances.

Fast forward to a few months later, stuff happened. And I had to leave. I had to return to my blog to make it work.

I’ve had a lot of down moments this year. And I’ve had a lot of wonderful moments too. I’ve made wonderful friends on this blog.

Applying everything I’ve learnt from my last place of work, online courses and research, on my blog, has been a learning and eye-opening process for me.

I’ve learnt a lot, and I am working to ensure I put into action, everything I have learned. Not just for me, but for you, my dear readers.

I haven’t been here much this year. First, due to my 24-hour job routine, then secondly, due to handling a lot of client jobs these last few months.

But you have been here, being patient with me. Surely, 2019 will be better. I can’t tell you what’s coming, but I promise, it will hit you with excitement. This is a promise that I’ll make up for all the lost times. *Wide grin*.

I’m grateful for all I’ve been able to achieve this year. And I’m grateful for you.

You all are awesome. And I’m extremely happy to have you on my side.

Today, I wish you a Merry Christmas, and a wonderful and fulfilled new year, full of light, love, happiness, blessings, grace and abundance of all that is good. May you and your family smile, this Christmas, and forever.  

I didn’t want to leave you without anything to read during the celebrations. So there’s a new on-going story on the blog – Love Starts on Friday?

Have you read the first chapter? If no, you can read it here.

Once again, Merry Christmas.

About Karo Oforofuo

Karo Oforofuo is an experienced freelance writer, an author of several fiction books, and a blogger at, where she entertains readers with mouth-watering stories, and business tips for writers. She also specializes in helping authors who want to start and grow their reader base, through consulting sessions. When she’s not working, she’s busy reading the next best paranormal romance novel or writing one.

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