HAPPY #BLOGMAS! #Day6
Twelve Tales of Christmas: Fantasy and Contemporary Tales to Brighten Your Holidays By Cathleen Townsend
I wasn’t actually planning on featuring another free Christmas book for #Blogmas today, however, when tweeting with author James Cudney I discovered this gorgeous, festive Christmas book below, and I didn’t want you to miss it!
Twelve Tales of Christmas: Fantasy and Contemporary Tales to Brighten Your Holidays By Cathleen Townsend is currently free on SMASHWORDS! (Offer will expire, please check before downloading).
Haven’t got a Smashwords account? It’s free to sign up, and just like Amazon they do special deals and freebies all the time. Go check it out!
ABOUT THE BOOK
Christmas isn’t always Jingle Bells and “Ho, ho, ho.” In these Twelve Tales of Christmas, Santa has to deal with unexpected German shepherds and reindeer who suddenly want to learn the tango. A dryad works feverishly with a teenage boy to save her tree, now in a stand in his living room, and everyone begs Death to hold off for just one more day.
And no one knows what to do with an the fire-breathing dragon. He’s not going on the Christmas card list anytime soon.
Come enter worlds of beauty and dread. Join a house hob as he raises his cup of eggnog high, and enjoy yuletide yarns delicious enough to tempt even St. Nick.
You can find out more about Cathleen at cathleentownsend.com
The author, Cathleen Townsend, also has another free book, Stolen Legacy, if you sign up to her newsletter. For more information visit Cathleen Townsend’s website and blog.
Find Cathleen on Twitter, too!
Please also check out this great post where Cathleen interviews James Cudney and reviews his book, Watching Glass Shatter,
Watching Glass Shatter Giveaway
Incidentally, James Cudney has a signed copy of his book Watching Glass Shatter up for grabs in a giveaway over at Goodreads. Enter the Goodreads contest to win a signed copy of Watching Glass Shatter, here. GIVEAWAY ENDS December 21, 2017
If you get a free book always remember how much effort has gone into it behind the scenes. A review of just a couple of lines to say THANK YOU, will make an author’s day. Have you made an author smile lately? It’s easier than you think!