Day 10 here.
The theme today is “Anna desperately tries to come up with easier questions in any category, at all, ever.”
- In which fictional land is it “always winter but never Christmas?”
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
A Story from the Warmest Wishes: Dreamspinner Press 2018 Advent Calendar
The festival of Tulsi Vivah ushers in the Hindu wedding season and tears away the love of Kristopher’s life. Three years of passion and tenderness are reduced to a shameful skeleton in the closet as Arjuna submits to the marriage his parents have arranged for him. His family has never even heard Kristopher’s name.
The festival, a ritualistic wedding between the holy basil plant, Tulsi, and her eternal lover, Vishnu, is as much of a play-act as Arjuna’s upcoming nuptials, but he believes the wedding will honor his parents and please Vishnu. So why is his Tulsi plant—whose leaves heal and bless the devout, who is Vishnu’s representative on earth—dying? Arjuna tends to her with all the care of a concerned parent, but it might take more than his devotion to save…
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Day 8 here.
Day 9 is my favourite: science and nature. Not so easy to find S&N Christmas questions, gotta tell ya.
Sorry, I’m a few days behind. I actually had to do some work. Jeez.
Day 7 here.
Day 8 is an entertainment round and is the last quiz before I gave up and made everything as easy as I could without actually insulting my quizzees.
Day 6, board games special, is here.
Today is a music round, and I warn you that it’s slanted towards the last decade or so. Age is kicking youth’s butt here in the office and the benevolent quizmaster is trying to restore some balance…
Name the artist of these UK Christmas Number 1s:
Today’s theme is Christmas Around the World. I have started making the quizzes easier, following many despondent faces among the team.