I’m continuing to learn more about my co-authors this week! I’m loving their stories! And today’s author, a fantasy writer, dabbles in a World War II romance! You’ll love “Riveting Christmas,” only one of the 10 novellas included in our Christmas romance collection, Warm Mulled Kisses! Continue reading →
Yesterday I shared things from suspense author J.A. Marx and debut author Sydnie Shreffler. I love getting to know my co-authors! But today’s co-author is also one of my best cohorts! Continue reading →
Suspense Author, J.A. Marx teamed up with debut author Sydnie Shreffler for Christmas Apples in our Christmas romance novella collection, Warm Mulled Kisses. You haven’t gotten your own copy yet? Well, why not! You’ll get 10 full novellas for only 99¢! Can’t Continue reading →
Santa has his work cut out for him with this letter from Anne Greene’s heroine, Felicity, from “A Groom for Christmas.” But it’s not like he’s already had some tough jobs. Take a look at what the heroine from “The Gift Quilt” wrote to him yesterday! But Santa can probably take the pressure. (As long as the Lord is doing the real work!) Continue reading →
We’ve been sharing insight into the stories that make up Warm Mulled Kisses. If you didn’t get the chance to read the Christmas letter by Lena Nelson Dooley’s heroine, Scarlett, you can find it here!
Mark it on your calendar! November 12 is party time – WARM MULLED KISSES style! You’ll hear more and more about our “Mistletoe Madness” as the day nears, but today’s author is offering up her house as our party place. Not sure there will be much left when we’re through! Glad J.A. Marx is the generous type!
As Warm Mulled Kisses, our new Christmas romance novella collection, continues to close in on the top spots in the Amazon rankings, we have some notes from some main characters that reveal the “rest of the story.” While yesterday’s post shared Carly’s letter to Santa (from “A Christmas Mosaic”) today’s note spans miles and eras back to Christmas 1944. Continue reading →
Warm Mulled Kisses officially released last week and I started a two-week celebration with all of the authors. Yesterday, we hosted the main character from Marilyn Eudaly’s novella, “Santability.” Today, we get another letter to Santa, but this time from Carly, the star of Karen Jurgens’s story, “A Christmas Mosaic.”