Hey again! It's December 8th, so we're hitting the end of the Canadian Christmas Romances Under $5 e-book promotion. If you missed my earlier noise, this promotion—which includes—"Handmade Holidays"—is dropping all sorts of awesome Canuck authors with their titles for you, all under $5, and all in once place for ease of browsing. So, go … Continue reading Canadian Christmas Romances, Final Day!
Jingle all the way! Many years ago, I owned a pair of super-tacky socks with a pattern of bells on them. Called "the Jingle Socks," every year I'd pop them on, call it "donning my gay apparel" and then decorate my Christmas Tree. Alas, they died a few years ago—my husband would say something different … Continue reading Jingle Socks, Ornaments, and “Handmade Holidays”
The wonderful cover of "Handmade Holidays" was done by the brilliant Inkspiral Design. To celebrate "Handmade Holidays" being a part of the e-book Canadian Christmas Romances Under $5, I thought I'd take a moment today to revisit Nick and the gang for one of the missing years. If you don't know what I'm talking about, … Continue reading Handmade Holidays: Eighth Christmas
Hey all! It's December, and come December (or, often, earlier) I start hunting around for holiday romances to give me that dose of much needed winter cheer. If you're like me, then it's possible you're looking for some holiday e-books for your e-reader, and as fortune would have it, I'm chuffed to be taking part … Continue reading Canadian Christmas Romances Under $5
As always, brilliant cover design from the incredible Inkspiral Design. It's hopefully no surprise to anyone who pops by here how much I adore audiobooks. I listened to books heading to and from work, and I still listen to books while I walk the doggo. Beyond the convenience, the accessibility of audiobooks is important to … Continue reading Handmade Holidays, now available in Audiobook
Ta-da! Today is the second Monday of October, which means today is the deadline for the Flash Fiction Draw challenge that Jeffrey Ricker drew a week ago. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you can catch up here, but the short version is he uses a deck of cards to randomly select … Continue reading October Flash Fiction Draw — “Dot Your I Love Yous”