Tag Archive | Christmas fiction

Two Short Stories For Free Download

I love to write Christmas stories and I know it isn’t Christmas.  (It isn’t even September when  Christmas stuff  starts showing up on the shelves!)  These stories are not mysteries as much as stories that encourage and inspire in the tradition of Faith Baldwin and Debbie Macomber.

Two of my stories are now up at Smashwords and can be downloaded for free.   The Smashwords links are listed above each book cover and eventually the stories will be available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple, Sony and Kobo.  You will find different formats for several ereaders on the Smashwords page.

Click Here for Smashwords Link for Secret Santa

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Enjoy this heartwarming short Christmas story of a Christmas store owner who finds herself in a Christmas gift exchange. How can the “Santa” ever surprise a person who for Christmas, it’s just business?

 

Click Here for Smashwords Link for The Christmas Find

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In this short story full of the Christmas spirit, a woman digging through a flea market table finds a treasure that reminds her of a Christmas long ago. Can the past be recaptured by looking into a snow globe?

 

Book Review-Blue Christmas by Mary Kay Andrews

If you get the Christmas blues, then this is the book for you to help combat them!  I listened to this book while driving through traffic and have to admit to bursting out in laughter at a stoplight. This was the first book I have read by this author, but it won’t be the last.  Here is my review on Goodreads.
Blue Christmas (Weezie and Bebe Mysteries, #3)Blue Christmas by Mary Kay Andrews

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is hilarious! When Weezie decides she will win the Savannah downtown Christmas decorating contest, she finds herself in the middle of sabotage and intrigue. The characters and the situations they get into in this story will keep you laughing. My favorite moment has to be Uncle Derick and the Georgia/Florida game at the world’s worst Christmas dinner party. Beautiful storytelling.

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