Fanta Claus

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It is a little-known fact that Santa Claus has a younger brother.

Fanta Claus, however, is a mess. When one year he is called on to stand in for Santa and deliver the presents, this can only spell trouble. More

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About Lyz Russo

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Writer & musician

Was: Running a vibrant music studio in Pretoria, with my husband. Writing and running a small publisher on the side. Homeschooling our 3 children.

Now: Rebuilding in Ireland. While we miss Iain every day, Ireland is amazing. Every day, coming back from work, I am rewarded with incredible sunsets over water, and half the landscape is in the sky. The people of Ireland have rallied around us and are making us feel welcomed. I have so much help!

Iain has been my inspiration for the past 29 years, and remains so. His energy and initiative are at the basis of most things I attempted. We did everything together. When others said "you must be crazy to try this or that" he was the one to say "let's do it!" He always believed. In himself. In me. In us. In that there is Good in the world.

Because of this, and because I know he's waiting for me beyond the Gate, I am reclaiming me. The me he encouraged me to be. I am rebuilding my violin technique along with my studio, on the principles we found that worked. Stepwise I'm starting to write again, though there isn't too much time for this between all the other work. It may be rough and unedited for a while.

I have not yet had the courage to retake the Solar Wind / Shooting Star series. But I will. Solar Wind fans please be patient still.

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About the Series: Shortstory collection
A motley collection of shortstories by Lyz Russo. These stories are sometimes the result of dreams or the outcome of observing something odd.

Some are funny, some are not.

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Reviews

James Hold reviewed on Dec. 21, 2016

Cute concept, and well-told. I felt it was a little too long for a child to sit through.
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