Monday, October 22, 2012

Thinking Ahead to Christmas? Love Holiday Stories?

I know it's barely fall, and if you're like me, you're thinking of Thanksgiving. But I have two friends whose Christmas stories have just released. Two stories in one from two amazing writers! Don't miss it.

Two Inspirational Christmas Stories ...

The Outlaw's Gift by Linda Goodnight

1880s Oklahoma Territory
When drifter Seth Blackstone shows up at Raven Patterson’s homestead, Raven thinks this may be the solution to all her problems. But Seth’s mysterious past is about to catch up with him and could mean disaster for them both.

The Christmas Candle by Mary Connealy

Arkansas Ozarks 1883
Gabe Wagner, has left his hectic city life and moved onto Rose Palmer’s mountain. His plans to build a house will tear the heart out of her Ozark Mountain home. Rose learns that what she calls peace and quiet has evolved into isolation and loneliness. As Christmas approaches and she searches for the perfect way to honor the Savior’s birth, she realizes she wants to let Gabe into her life. But to do it, she may have to face a larger world that frightens her while she gives up the safe life she has always known.

Can the search for the perfect Christmas candle and the broken hearts of two little boys bring a solitary woman and a grieving man together?

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Vince said...

Hi Missy:

Let everyone know that “Candlelight Christmas” is immediately available at Amazon. I just downloaded my copy. So many times I happily rush to Amazon to download a book only to find out that it won’t be available for a few more months. This book just released on the 20th. You can have it now!

I can’t wait to read these stories. I’ll say this, though, it is going to be very hard for Mary to beat last year’s novella, “The Sweetest Gift”* which is world class clever. I wonder what she has up her sleeves this year! : )


*This book is also a dual Christmas issue with Robin Lee Hatcher called “A Home for Christmas”.

Mary Connealy said...

And bless you for those kind words about The Sweetest Gift.

Missy Tippens said...

I'm looking forward to it too, Vince! Thanks for stopping by!

Aritha Vermeulen said...

Oh, the second onelooks like a really nice book!

Missy Tippens said...

Thanks for stopping by, Aritha!