I’m getting ready to go down to Colorado for Christmas with two of my brothers and my sister. At least, I hope I can go. The wind is really crazy here right now and the cold is downright insane. I’m trusting that will all ease up by the end of the week though and we can hit the road in safety. A couple of things before I tell you what I’m reading this month:
Body on the Ballot is here!!! I’m so excited about it. Early reviews are very good and emails have been even kinder. You can pick it up on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes and Kobo. Have you got yours yet?
The Deadly Art of Deception is exclusively available on Kindle and part of the Kindle Unlimited program – but only through the end of the year. If you want to read it through KU, get it now and read it later. If you’re waiting for it to come out on other platforms, you don’t have much longer to wait!
Now, onto what I’m reading:
The More the Merrier: A Short Story by Liwen Ho is just sweet, that’s all I can say. Don’t you love reading sweet stories, especially at Christmas? A 10,000 word love story is just what I needed.
Snowberry Blossom: A Snowy Short Story by Missy Sheldrake. Okay, you’ve got my theme now. This week I’m into short stories! Christmas is a very busy week so shorts fit the bill. This one is for my YA readers, specifically those who enjoy fantasy and I’ve been reading a bit more fantasy now that I see it isn’t all about dystopia. This one is a companion to a larger series but it stands well on its own too. And it’s free, or it was when I got it.
Snow Globe Reunion by Christina Lorenzen is lovely and everyone needs a little more romance at Christmas. Can you imagine Christmas inside a snow globe? You’ll have to take a look.
Christmas Romance Short Stories by Debbie White gives you not just one, but two short stories to read after the stockings are hung.