So. Nano is over. You’ve put your manuscript in a drawer to simmer, right? Right?!
What do you do now?
Well, you could jump into another project, but dang, aren’t you tired? (Yes you are. Just nod “yes” and keep reading.)
I’ve got an idea for you.
Take the month and READ. (Hey, it’s part of the job too.)
Here are some books I’ve read recently and they’re still on my mind. Particularly so because they are small press pubbed and self-pubbed…and they’re FABU!!!!
For a horror enthusiast, you MUST check out this anthology by Colin Barnes:
City of Hell Chronicles Volume I
If you like YA dystopian, hop onto Amazon and order this book by Susan Kaye Quinn NOW:
It’ll jack your mind!
Is paranormal romance more your thing? Check out this:
Piper’s Fury by Rachel Firasek
Piper’s love interest is super steamy. * swoons *
Last, but certainly not least, Author Emily Ann Benedict has a FREE ebook just in time for Christmas!!! SO if you’re looking for a great holiday read, check out this link: The Father Christmas Confessions
What if Santa Claus wasn’t one man?
What if he was a secret organization?
Jeremy Ogden has 25 days to accomplish his mission. Just like every man in his family, he has a list of people whose lives can be changed forever if he makes it to them in time. But he has one big problem…And her name is Virginia.
The Ogdens might be old family friends, but that doesn’t mean Virginia Kipyard is willing to consider their son, Jeremy, as a potential love interest, no matter what her parents are suggesting. Jeremy is as stuffy and stuck up as any man she’s ever met. But her perception of everything she’s ever known changes when she stumbbles onto Ogden’s greatest secrets.
Jeremy would love nothing better than to make Virginia forget everything she’s seen and go on with his work, until it becomes apparent that she might be the key to handling the hardest assignment he’s ever faced. He just has to keep her out of trouble in the meantime.
Funny, charming, and heartwarming, The Father Christmas Confessions is a new twist on classic Christmas traditions.
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Winter photos provided by Katherine Alison Photography.