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*How* Many Holiday Stories Have I Written?

Having been brought up in a household that didn't celebrate the December Holidays I was quite amused when a friend politely pointed out I currently have 6 Christmas/Holiday stories available for sale through Dreamspinner Press.

Imagine that. :)

Better with Sprinkles: College student Tom Molina isn’t too interested when his roommate Derek tries to convince him to leave his books and help out with the campus LGBTA Center’s annual Christmas cookie sale. But Derek has an ace in the hole to score the center Tom’s grandmother's sugar cookie recipe: fellow volunteer Jeanette’s cousin just happens to be the organic chemistry T.A. Tom’s been dreaming about. Now Tom just has to hope Isaac is as interested in baking cookies as he is in chemistry and HIV awareness.

The Reason for the Season: All college student Adam Everett is trying to do is get to his sister’s house for holiday break. First his car breaks down, then his ride takes off to Vegas with his gas money, forcing Adam to come up with a Plan C. His last hope is a campus ride exchange, where he ends up with the reluctant Michael Brennan. When a “snowpocalypse” forces them to share a motel room, they soon find out there's more than one reason for the chance happenings of the season.

Season's Greetings - Russ Manners writes greeting cards for a living, except Christmas is fast approaching, there's no snow, and he's fallen behind on his big Easter Card project. He's blaming the new guy, Ian Fiorillo, because ever since Ian was hired, Russ spends all his time writing bad Valentine rhymes to Ian's best asset. What Russ doesn't realize is that Ian would love to help him appreciate the wonders of Christmas in Florida.

A Gift of Ash and Frost - (Historical Romance) When new residents come to the Grange, Mathias applies for a job at the house and is hired on at the housekeeper’s request for the Christmas season. He finds there a temptation of the body and heart in the form of the house’s master, one that he is ill-equipped to handle or resist … not that he has the desire to do so.

Giving Gifts - Seth is having a scarily good time at the office Christmas party this year. He owes it all to his hoped-for boyfriend, Oscar, who turned him into a carefree programmer from an uptight nerd. If Mr. Saroc, the company CEO’s assistant, would quit dogging his steps at work, Seth believes his happiness with Oscar will be complete in time for kissing under the mistletoe.

Santa's Little Helper - Left in the lurch without a Santa, Rob grabs a gorgeous guy he sort-of recognizes from the office to wear the red suit, and it's immediate attraction on both their parts. But Rob's ex, John, knows something important about the jolly ol' fellow, something he hopes doesn't ruin the holiday magic.

Don't Forget: There's a 20% Holiday Discount from Dreamspinner Press! That's right. I just love it when they do this. This discount is available now through the end of the year and each customer can use it twice!! Definitely worthy of an overuse of exclamation points. The code to enter at checkout is: HolidayDreams (without the cool colors).

And a NEW ADDED BONUS: This year let Dreamspinner make your eBook dreams come true. Each day from Dec. 26- Dec. 31, they will draw one name from the customers that purchased during the month of December to win every eBook on their registered account's wish list.


( 4 comments — Leave a comment )
Dec. 14th, 2010 08:07 pm (UTC)
And every one a gem! :):)
Seriously, I think it a really lovely way to celebrate the season.
Dec. 15th, 2010 12:24 pm (UTC)
{{{hugs back}}}
Dec. 14th, 2010 11:14 pm (UTC)
I need to pick up your other holiday shorts - I've enjoyed the two I've read from this year's Advent Calendar.
Dec. 15th, 2010 12:25 pm (UTC)
Ooooh, thank you. That's music to an author's ears. LOL. Seriously, I'm glad you've enjoyed them.
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