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Holiday Flash Fiction

Used by permission from JosDCreations The Ad by IE Castellano “Baubles bringing you down?  Has your jingle lost its jangle?  Bows have you in knots?  Is cheer a challenge?  Milk and cookies souring on the mantle?  Are you finding that giving the perfect gift has left you listless? “Yes, with frosty days and icicle growing nights, a new bird is here to stay.  Silver bells ring on street corners and in front of shops.  Toys fill the stores.  Candy canes hang from branches.  Holly wreaths decorate doors.  Mistletoe dangles where all can see.  Nutcrackers guard everything sweet. “Yet sometimes, rosy cheeks fail to glow.  Eggnog misses the mark.  Garland falls off the railings.  Jack Frost nips the nose a tiny too hard. “Do not fret!  When standing in lines for hours ceases to delight, it’s easy to keep your stockings hanging with care. “Introducing Holiday Joy!  One dose will have you seeing red and green.  With regular use this holiday season, all that’s tin

Book Fair Appearance

     Who?   Me and about 20 other authors      Where?   Norwin Public Library in Irwin, PA  (Caruthers Lane off of Route 30)      When?   Saturday, December 13 th      Time?  Noon to 3 pm      Books?   Yes My latest all ready to sign I’ll be signing all my titles:  Where Pirates Go to Die , Tricentennial , The World In-between , Bow of the Moon , and Secrets of the Sages Come say hi!  I’ll be sitting at the Laurel Highlands Publishing table with fellow author, Thomas Beck (who will, incidentally, be signing his cozy mysteries). Tom’s new release (just out on the 4 th ) is entitled: The Tommy Two Shoes Mysteries: Entangled .  Lots of intrigue, some head cracking, and a touch of romance splattered on those pages.  I am looking forward to reading the third book of his series next year. In the neighborhood?  Stop by.  Books make great gifts (if I do say so myself).  With roughly 20 authors and many genres from which