Christmas isn’t always “Jingle Bells” and “Ho, ho, ho.” In these Twelve Tales of Christmas, even Santa has to deal with unexpected German Shepherds and reindeer who suddenly want to learn the tango. A dryad works feverishly with a teenage boy to save her tree, now in a stand in his living room, and everyone begs Death to hold off for just one more day.
And nobody knows what to do with the fire-breathing dragon. He’s not going on the Christmas card list anytime soon.
Come enter worlds of beauty and dread. Join a house hob as he raises his cup of eggnog high, and enjoy yuletide yarns delicious enough to tempt even St. Nick.
Twelve Tales is finally out! This one very nearly didn’t make it. *note to self: finish all future seasonal books well ahead of time*
But it is done and published and all that, and I’m really proud of it. It’s longer than Dragon Hoard–35k to DH’s 22k–but it’s still novella length, so it should be a reasonably quick read, which is what people seem to want out of Christmas books. That’s understandable; it’s a busy time.
So Twelve Tales offers you twelve mini-vacations, most of which are fantasy, with three of the stories being straight contemporaries.
And this brings me to my next point: I’d love help getting the word out, or nobody may ever know about it.
And of course I need reviews, although I well know the size of everyone’s TBR stacks.
Twelve Tales is free on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/Twelve-Tales-Christmas-Contemporary-Brighten-ebook/dp/B0784FSL94/) and Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/761587 for those who prefer epubs or pdfs.
So peek inside for a little Christmas cheer when the season starts to wear on you, or to get in the holiday spirit. 🙂