Today is release day for TWELVE novellas edited by me. This year, I edited all three of the holiday collections, which each contains 4 holiday novellas. I’m going to do a spot of promo for them at the end of this post ;)
But before then, I’ve missed these You Tell Us posts. In honor of today’s holiday releases, I’m interested to hear about holiday reads you’ve enjoyed. Yesterday on Twitter, author Shannon Stacey tweeted that one of her favorite holiday reads is from Harlequin: Christmas with Her Boss by Marion Lennox. I have to say, I also loved this book. But outside of this book, and the specific holiday stories I’ve edited over the years, I have to admit I had a hard time thinking of holiday stories I loved. I’m wondering if that’s because I tend to think of stories more by their genre (ie contemporary, paranormal) than by their theme?
But it did get me curious to hear if other people had any holiday read favorites, old or new?
You tell us, maybe you love re-reading Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol or Maybe even How the Grinch Stole Christmas from Dr. Seuss? Or if you have a newer favorite, or a holiday story you thought was standout, please share it here.
In the meantime, I hope you’ll check out the new holiday collections from Carina Press. You might just find a new favorite to add to the list!
Changed forever after tragedy, a woman must draw strength from her husband’s love. A man learns that love isn’t always what you expect. A thief steals the heart of a vengeful professor. And an American inventor finds love Down Under. Enjoy Victorian Christmas with a clockwork twist in these four steampunk novellas.
Crime Wave in a Corset by Stacy Gail
This Winter Heart by PG Forte
Wanted: One Scoundrel by Jenny Schwartz
Far From Broken by JK Coi
Stories also available for purchase separately. 117,000 words
A man gives the gift of trust and receives a second chance at love in return. A woman helps to heal the wounded heart of a soldier. A couple finds that true love knows no distance. And a young widow learns that there can be two great loves in a lifetime. Love, romance and passion come together in this collection of four seasonal shorts.
This Time Next Year by Alison Kent
A Rare Gift by Jaci Burton
It’s Not Christmas Without You by HelenKay Dimon
Mistletoe and Margaritas by Shannon Stacey
Stories also available for purchase separately. 103,000 words
A man receives the gift of pleasure at the hands of two expert lovers. Boyhood sweethearts get a second chance at romance. Two very proper gentlemen indulge their forbidden desires. And a Christmas tree farmer has an epiphany. It may be cold outside but these four holiday novellas will warm you up.
My True Love Gave to Me by Ava March
Winter Knights by Harper Fox
Lone Star by Josh Lanyon
The Christmas Proposition by K.A. Mitchell
Stories also available for purchase separately. 116,000 words