So...I don't have a new Christmas novella this year (I published in the summer instead). But, I'd love to introduce you to the two stories from the last two years.
Also, I'd love to give you a chance to win wonderful prizes and to learn about other authors' work. So, here we go...https://forms.gle/ePyEAKDUPaLZGEfv9
2021 Christian Fiction Christmas Round Robin
Join us on a scavenger hunt through Christian fiction Christmas stories! Enter to win one of three amazing prizes! First place is $250 Amazon gift card, second place is $150 Amazon gift card, third place is $100 Amazon gift card! Giveaway closes December 12, 2021, at 11:59 PM EST. By participating in this giveaway, I understand that will be added to each author's email list. I understand that I can unsubscribe at any time.
The blogs go in a circle, so you don't have to start with any specific author's post.
Now, to last year's book, Christmas on Ocracoke:
Reeling from the upheaval of a failed marriage, Annie Hanahan is desperate for a new start--and when she inherits a cottage on Ocracoke Island, she may finally get it. Without a second thought, she packs up and leaves everything behind: her first name, her job, and her ex-husband, because more than anything, she wants to get her son away from his father's partying and neglectful ways. But when she arrives in the Outer Banks, she finds the island--and her promised refuge--ravaged by Hurricane Dorian.
When their parents died in a tragic car accident, Trey Kingsley dropped out of college to raise his sister. Now that she's grown and moved away, it's his turn to find a life of his own. As a contractor who has given so much of his time to helping Ocracoke recover from the devastation of Hurricane Dorian, it surprises no one when he offers to help the beautiful newcomer, but something is holding her back. Life keeps throwing them together, though, or perhaps God's hand is giving them a nudge. Will a little bit of divine intervention be enough for a Merry Christmas on Ocracoke?
QUESTION FOR THE ROUND ROBIN: What did Annie spill on her shoes--before she even reached the Outer Banks? https://www.amazon.com/Christmas-Ocracoke-Anaiah-Romance-ebook/dp/B08NCT79Q1/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=Christina+Sinisi&qid=1638886551&sr=8-3
PS Next week, we'll reminisce about Christmas Confusion--and commenters will be entered in a drawing for a copy of the original book. Readers will also get a sneak peek at the third book in the Summer Creek series, Why They Call It Falling, coming next May!
NEXT STEP ON THE BLOG TOUR: Author Zoe M. McCarthy:
Book title: Gift of the Magpie
Good luck to all! And have yourself a very Blessed Christmas!