Do you like winter-themed holidays? So far, I’ve written four winter holiday tales. All but one are FREE, too. Can’t beat that price with a stick. I mean, you could, metaphorically, I suppose, if you put my book on your reader and it was so bad you took a stick to the device. If that happens, send me a photo of the broken device and I will autograph it for you, also free!
So, here’s the free goodies:
“New Year’s Magic” in the bounteous TINY TREATS anthology. A witch, a cat, and New Year’s Eve: http://jodywallace.com/books/new-years-magic/
“Wintertide Spell” is a prequel to A SPELL FOR SUSANNAH, takes place in the fantasy land of the Middle Kingdoms, but stands alone. http://jodywallace.com/books/a-wintertide-spell/
“The Worst Christmas” is another prequel to WHAT SHE DESERVES and is a YA-set tale of high school, snow storms and unexpected gifts: http://jodywallace.com/books/the-worst-christmas/
The one you’d have to pay for, unless you email me some really nice compliments and I check to see if I have more author copies (hehe), is CLAUSTROPHOBIC CHRISTMAS, a steamy Tallwood novella involving an ice storm, a traffic jam caused by said ice storm, and two weary, I mean, SEXY travelers forced to make their own heat: http://jodywallace.com/books/claustrophobic-christmas/
I had the wonderful opportunity to beta for a friend of mine, Sierra Donovan, for her recently released holiday tale with a hero named FRED, whom I adore: http://www.amazon.com/Christmas-Like-Present-Sierra-Donovan-ebook/dp/B00J7W1FSI It’s a sweet, funny read with a holiday theme.
Also I love anything Christmasy Carla Kelly has written, such as http://www.amazon.com/Seasons-Regency-Greetings-Christmas-Novellas-ebook/dp/B00PB648HY/ and http://www.amazon.com/Coming-Home-Christmas-Paradise%5CO-Tree%5CNo-ebook/dp/B005WJDOF2/ and Mary Balogh http://www.amazon.com/Under-Mistletoe-Signet-Eclipse-Balogh-ebook/dp/B000OIZTV8/
My whole family approves of Bad Kitty’s Xmas tale, including the cats, http://www.amazon.com/Bad-Kitty-Christmas-Nick-Bruel-ebook/dp/B007L8LUH6/ , which is surprisingly tear-jerky for a picture book.
Now — add to my holiday reading list, if you please! What are your favorites in the comments?
Jody W & Meankitty