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Today—the first day on which I can sing all the Christmas carols I like with a clear conscience—I have an early stocking-stuffer for you! (Of course, it's not as if you can actually put ebooks in a stocking...but let's not spoil the metaphor.) I wrote this longish short story about three years ago, in one of those December fits of inspiration that often lead me to dabble in Christmas fiction. It was also a chance to dabble in another historical era that intrigues me, the Great Depression of the 1930s. The result was Some Christmas Camouflage, and it's free across all ebook retailers for the holiday season. So if you, too, have a weakness for old-fashioned stories set on a snowy Christmas Eve, grab your copy today!
Here's what some readers have had to say:
"This little story put me in a proper Christmas mood. Sweet and heartwarming, I loved every bit of it." ~ Mary, Goodreads reviewer
"What a delightful Christmas tale!...You'll love the nuances of the storytelling and the rich descriptions that take you right there in time." ~ Hannah G., Goodreads reviewer
"A sweet holiday story set during the Great Depression...if you like Christmas carols, or black and white movies...or stories about families, you'll like this story." ~ Hannah, Goodreads reviewer