Hello, everyone. Thanks for inviting me to visit Petticoats and Pistols again.
As Mary Connealy shared last week, she and I teamed up to bring readers two Christmas novellas in an e-book called A Home for Christmas. It’s priced at only 99 cents, so please tell your friends about it.
I love Christmas novellas. They are quick reads that I can enjoy during the hectic holiday season. I don’t have to worry about getting into a big novel and then not being able to get back to it for days or weeks. Novellas can usually be read in one or two sittings. Mary’s wonderful story, The Sweetest Gift, kept me on the treadmill an extra ten minutes so I could finish it. Any story that keeps me working-out means it’s GOOD! I hope my story, A Christmas Angel, will do the same for someone else. After all, we need to burn even more calories during this season of cookies and fudge and stuffing and … Well, you know what I mean.
I’ve written over 60 novels and novellas over the course of my career. Enough that I’m never surprised by similarities that pop up in books. I had to smile when I discovered that both Mary’s and my stories begin with our heroines headed to a new location on a train. We didn’t plan it that way. It just happened. I love the serendipity nature of writing fiction.
Since A Home for Christmas is an e-book only release, I should remind everyone that you don’t have to own a Kindle or Nook or other reader in order to enjoy e-books. There’s free software for smartphones and computers that will allow you to read them on those devices. And, just in case you would like to win a Kindle, you should pop over to my Facebook Page and “Like” it. When my next full-length novel for Women of Faith, Heart of Gold(set in an Idaho gold rush town during the Civil War), releases in February, I’ll be hosting a Facebook launch party and one of the prizes will be an Amazon Kindle Touch. If you Like my Page now, you’ll know when the launch party is happening.
Thanks again for allowing me to drop by for a visit. I’m wishing all of you a Happy Thanksgiving and a very Merry Christmas.
Robin Lee Hatcher
Links to buy A Home for Christmas:A Home for Christmas, Kindle
A Home for Christmas, Nook