image: header
Home | About | Contact | Editing Services | Resources | Workshops | Mythic Impact Blog | Sowing Light Seeds

“You enter the extraordinary by way of the ordinary.” ~Frederick Buechner

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Christmas Reads 2014

Looking for some fun reading breaks through the holidays? Here’s what I’ve been reading in an assortment of short stories and novellas by both new and multi published authors. Choose from a variety of genres: light hearted to heavy drama, family G rated and a few PG with subject and language. Choose from historical, romance, humor, contemporary, and super heroes. Enjoy!

Where Treetops Glisten, three novellas about the Turner family set in Lafayette, Indiana during the Second World War. Faith, drama, romance, and intrigue. By Cara Putman, Sarah Sundin, and Tricia Goyer.

Lawrence’s Gift, from the Christmases Past short story series. Challis, Idaho 1941 and the large Baxter family prepares to gather for the holidays as the news of Pearl Harbor breaks out. Drama, conflict, tension, and hearts filled with love. By Anne Baxter Campbell.

A Rare Snow, historical Episode 6 from the Roaring Redwoods short story series. A look at the 1920’s “where the Pacific Ocean meets the Redwoods, gangsters meet immigrants, loggers meet movie stars—and the lines between right and wrong are obscured by the trees.” This has grittier content and language based on real life characters and situations. This episode covers Christmas Eve through NewYear's Eve 1927. By Leo Colson

Kathi Macias’ 12 Days of Christmas, assorted contemporary and historical with drama, families, faith, laughter, and commitment. By authors Kathi Macias, Kathy Bruins, Jessica Ferguson, Christine Lindsay, Marcia Lee Laycock, Marcy Weydemuller, Ruth L. Snyder, Sheila Seiler Lagrand, Peggy Blann Phifer, Anne Baxter Campbell, Mishael Austin Witty, and Jeanette Hanscome

The Best Blue Christmas, contemporary short story reminding us that for some Christmas brings up painful family memories. Yet hope beckons amid sorrow, laughter and fellowship. By Tracy Krauss

A Very Merry Superhero Wedding, a prequel contemporary novella to the Adventures of Lewis and Clark series, an anthology of Romantic Short Stories. Tension, action, humor and of course, romance. This novella releases on Christmas Eve. By Kitty Bucholtz

Share: What Christmas story are you reading this year?

                                              Read deep, marcy

No comments:

Post a Comment

"The Seeker" Rachel Marks | Content Copyright Marcy Weydemuller | Site by Eagle Designs
image: footer