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Superstition and One True Love?




Today is the release of my short story A SUPERSTITIOUS CHRISTMAS in the MADNESS UNDER THE MISTLETOE Anthology. Not only am I so excited to be sharing this journey with you, but I'm also sharing this journey with authors DD Scoot, Lee Lopez, and Talli Roland.

We have worked so hard to bring you this collection of short stories about our fun characters, and hoping it will leave you coming back for more.

More importantly, A Superstitious Christmas has made me explore the theory of true love. And if you have one shot at it, do you drop everything and go for it?

"Love is when you can be your true self with someone, and you only want to be your true self because of them." ~Terri Guillemets

There is no better time to explore love, family, and relationships other than Christmas time.
A SUPERSTITIOUS CHRISTMAS is a prequel to my third and final book in the Grandberry Falls series, Never Tell Your Dreams Before Breakfast.
It will tie up all the loose ends that surround Grandberry Falls and its residence, especially the matriarch and match-maker Hazel Greenlee.

Do you believe in true love? Or is it just the emotions of the holiday season?

MADNESS UNDER THE MISTLETOE IS AVAILABLE AT:


CONGRATS TO MANDIE!! You are the winner of the TRICK AND TREAT FOR EBOOKS!!

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