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The author of the book: Anna Erishkigal
Date of issue: November 18th 2014
ISBN 13: 9781503249752
Format files: PDF
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The "Addictive Reads Winter Gift Collection" is a selection of seven uplifting stories to brighten those cold winter days. Each will take around an hour to read, perfect for those small bits of down-time when you need to de-stress around the hectic holiday season. In these pages you will find tales of second chances, holidays spent with family, and a dash of romance. "Jade O'Reilly and the 12 Days of Christmas" - by Amazon and B&N Best-Selling Author Tamara Ward. For the 12 days leading up to Christmas, the crankiest old biddy in Sweetwater wakes up to a yard filled with Christmas decorations. But in her opinion, "they're not decorations; they're property damage!" Will Jade catch the decorator before Christmas?
"Everything to Lose" - by Natalie G. Owens - From the suburbs of London to the old charm of Ascoli Piceno, Italy, follow the journey a broken couple must take to discover long-buried secrets that shattered their marriage.
"Wrong Way Wayne" - by D.D. Larsen - Look up loser in the dictionary and you'll find Wayne-Wrong Way Wayne, to be exact. Is it Wayne's destiny to always lose? And if so, can a loser win for losing?
"Mistletoe Mischief" - by New York Times & USA Today Best-Selling Author Stacey Joy Netzel - Christmas in July at the zoo is the last place single parents Eric Riley and Marissa Wilder expect to find love. Thanks to some mistletoe mischief in the form of their two young daughters and Santa, they discover mistletoe rules were not made to be broken.
"The Gift" - by Award-Winning Author Rhonda Hopkins - When workaholic Robert Chalmer's wife leaves to take care of her sick mother for two weeks, he is left with all the responsibility... including his seven-year-old daughter. With Christmas fast approaching, Robert must find a way to reconnect with what is most important, or risk losing it forever.
"Snow Dance" - by USA Today Best-Selling Author Alicia & Roy Street. A divorced Broadway dancer moves to a small town to open up a vintage clothing shop. She wants solitude and anonymity, but instead finds herself involved with a troubled teenage girl, an elusive ghost, and a sexy local fisherman who makes her believe in second chances.
"A Gothic Christmas Angel" - Winner of the 2014 eFestival of Words Award for Best Novella - by Anna Erishkigal - Dumped by her boyfriend on Christmas Eve, Cassie Baruch thought her pain would end when she aimed her car at an ancient beech tree. But when a gorgeous black-winged angel appears and tells her 'this ain't no stinking paranormal romance, kid, ' she realizes death hasn't solved her problems.
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Read information about the authorAnna Erishkigal is an attorney who writes fantasy fiction as an alternative to cross-examining her children. She writes under a pen-name so her colleagues don't question whether her legal pleadings are fiction as well. Much of law, it turns out, -is- fantasy fiction. Lawyers just prefer to call it 'zealously representing your client.'
Seeing the dark underbelly of life makes for some interesting fictional characters. The kind you either want to incarcerate, or run home and write about. In fiction, you can fudge facts without worrying too much about the truth. In legal pleadings, if your client lies to you, you look stupid in front of the judge.
At least in fiction, if they become troublesome you can always kill them off.
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