Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Cozy Up with my Christmas Novella!

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Christmas reading is some of the best reading of the year. I have always dreamed of writing a Christmas novella, and this holiday season, I have!

This story was initially conceived as a drama for my church. (We're in rehearsals right now!) But my mind wouldn’t let the story go. I kept mulling over what we (and what I) do to ourselves with the stress of everything needing to be perfect. So, I worked on it some more, thought it through again, prayed over it. And here it is!

Courtney Richards just wants the perfect Christmas for her family and friends. What’s wrong with that? Every decoration needs to be just right, every cookie made from scratch, and every part in the church Christmas drama performed perfectly. But when she argues with her husband over the cost of perfection and then her two energetic boys wreak havoc in her perfectly-ordered house, a long winter’s nap seems to be in order. When she wakes, she isn’t sure if she dreamed or if her imagination went into overdrive. Could it be that her desperate attempts at perfection aren’t what make her acceptable to God after all?

Sprinkled with humor and truth, The Christmas Catastrophe: A Time-Travel Christmas Novella is a quick read that will warm your heart and spirit this holiday season.

It’s a small book — a quick read with the hot beverage of your choice while you’re cuddled under a cozy blanket. But I pray God will use it to bless and encourage you this holiday season.

{Now available in e-book format on Amazon, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo.}

In case you need a gift or stocking stuffer, Amish Country Amnesia (Love Inspired Suspense) is still available via online retailers. My first two LIS books are also still out there for e-readers.

Wishing you the merriest of Christmases and many blessings for the season!

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1 comment:

  1. Ahh the perfect Christmas! That's funny because yesterday our family watched an old episode of Heartland where one of the characters was stressing out over wanting the " perfect" Christmas. Then we watched an old episode of Arthur where he was stressing out over having the perfect Christmas. Your book sounds really good. I love reading books and writing reviews on them. Have a blessed week!


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