A Christmasy snippet…

Hello Snippetteers & Happy Holidays!

I hope you enjoyed a lovely Thanksgiving if you celebrate, and are making plans for a wonderful winter holiday!

This week I’m snipping from a new Christmas story! It’s with a beta now and in a few weeks I’ll share it with my newsletter subscribers as a gift! If you’re interested in reading it, keep going after the snip for the scoop on how you can get your copy. 🙂


Christmas decorations and red, white, and green yarn filled the windows that were framed with a tasteful frosting of snow and a few hand-painted snowflakes. As Mark stood there contemplating just what in the name of holiday cheer he thought he was doing, he walked into the center of the window.

Holy Christmas, he’s even hotter close up.

A grin and the lift of one eyebrow told Mark he’d been staring. Or leering.

He went inside before he could change his mind.


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Justice “JB” Bishop tells himself he’s satisfied with life in the small town of Upright, Oregon. He was born and raised there, and has settled into a comfortable, if lonely, routine working at his uncle’s bar. JB doesn’t expect anything to change after he turns fifty, until an old friend drops in. She suggests he get out of town for the holidays, and soon JB finds himself on an Amtrak to Canada. JB expected to feel different in Canada, to see things he couldn’t see at home. He never expected to find the one who got away.




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