As I have said many times before, I love holiday stories, it doesn’t matter whose holiday, Jewish, Christian, Pagan, I just love them. Love what they stand for, the angst, the family traditions, unrealistic hopes and dreams for that perfect holiday dinners, the high drama and love in all its permutations that seems to come out at the holidays, and of course, holiday miracles both little and huge.
So here are some holiday stories and ratings for the first week in December, I adored each and every one of them. There is really something for everyone, check them out.
Holiday Stories: Eight Days by Cardeno C – review here
Turkey in the Snow by Amy Lane – Rating 4.75 stars to be reviewed with Andrew Grey’s story next week
Snowbound in Nowhere by Andrew Grey – Rating 4.5 stars – reviewed next week
Lessons Learned, Wishes Earned by Cassandra Gold – Rating 4.5 stars – reviewed next week
New York Christmas by RJ Scott – Rating 4.5 stars (loved this too!) to be reviewed on the 10th
The Christmas Throwaway by RJ Scott – Rating 5 stars, review coming up next week. This story came out last year but it is so darned great that I will be reviewing it this year in hopes that people will pick it up. Had me sniffling but good. It is now available at RJ Scott’s website, Love Land Books.
And of course, there will be other book reviews posted as well, including Amelia C. Gormley’s Acceleration, 2nd book in her trilogy. It is not to be missed. So next week it’s double the books, double the fun! No stress, really I’m fine. *grabs the nearest bottle of Cabernet* Woohoo, tis the season to be jolly!!!! OK, no singing I promised the dogs (and the neighbors) never again, all those sirens and lights, never a good thing. The whole list for next week will be up on Sunday along with the first of the Winter cocktail recipes. See you on Sunday.
ps thanks, StealthMountain, peek not peak. Typing and Nyquil is never a good mix.