Do you love good news? I do! And I have some great news! I released my debut novel, A Christmas Hallelujah, in paperback and as part of the Wonderland Wishes boxed e-book set, in which seven brand-new Christmas novellas and short novels will help set the tone for your holiday season. I am excited about this set! It’s extra special, in my opinion. I’ve read every book in the set, and each of these engaging stories has been professionally edited in order to give you best value for your dollar (in fact, the entire set is only .99 cents). These stories have been carefully crafted to give you hours of enjoyment, and once you start reading them, you won’t be able to stop. I predict many will read a novel a day! Let me know if you’re one of them.
We’ll be doing giveaways and having all kinds of fun with the release of Wonderland Wishes. And yes, I did design the hat Piper is wearing on the front cover of A Christmas Hallelujah, and I’ve included the pattern in the book (and it’s a cute hat, don’t you think?). I’ve also knit two hats out of alpaca yarn as prizes for two readers. Stay tuned for how to win one!
Drum roll please…and the seven books are, in alphabetical order by author’s last name
Kittens and Snow flurries, by Lynnette Bonner
Fresh out of rehab, Rayne McQuaid wants a stress-free Christmas. So when she learns her father is dying, her first inclination is to leave the old curmudgeon on his own. Adding to her stress are the unexplainable feelings for her best friend, Actor Dixon Nash. Can a Christmas kitten named Star point the way to the Answer she so desperately needs?
Finding Christmas and You, by Jan Cline
Not only is Jolene Miller struggling to regain her memory after an injury, she’s drawn to two men with opposite personalities. As the mystery of her past unfolds in the weeks before Christmas, Jolene discovers the truth about one of them just in time to give her a Christmas miracle.
Once upon a Christmas Star, by Kathleen Freeman
When Misty discovers Papa wanted to be an astronomy professor and gave it up to raise her, she signs him up for grad school and donates her saving to the cause. At the same time, Papa sells his telescope equipment so Misty can quit her ferrying job and go to medical school. A handsome student only confuses the situation.
The “Gift of the Magi” retelling is a disaster, unless wishes and prayers really do come true.
A Christmas Hallelujah, by Dori Harrell
Romance is the last thing on their minds—who’d take on their crazy lives anyway? Piper is dealing with her troubled teen sister. Alex’s son is glued to his side 24/7. And each thinks the other lives on the wrong side of the Cascade Mountains. But as a surprising and heartwarming friendship unfolds before their eyes, will Piper and Alex orchestrate a Christmas hallelujah out of the beautiful messes that are their lives?
The Second Noel, by Chautona Havig
When Breanne Homestad learns that a local family got scammed out of thousands for a Diabetic Alert Dog for their little boy and must find the money for another one ASAP, she embarks on a seemingly impossible task of raising $25,000…now!
Breanne, friends, and a local fireman she still hasn’t forgiven for a “date and dash” work to fulfill one little boy’s Christmas wish—and maybe a second chance at romance.
Home for the Holidays, by Lesley McDaniel
When a handsome stranger fails to respond to Victoria’s flirting the way men usually do, she’s perplexed. She discovers that he runs an organization that builds affordable housing, and decides to volunteer. So what if it’s a faith-based ministry. She can pretend to be a “church person,” right?
Montana Skye, by Sylvia Stewart
Sky hadn’t envisioned serving the supper crowd in plans for her future. So when Shell, a handsome, flirty cowboy, comes into the Starlight Café, she puts him in his place along with his supper, coffee, and pie. She doesn’t need him reminding her of all she’s lost back home. But will Shell prove more than Skye bargained for?