Misha Crews

Every story deserves a happily-ever-after.

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Good morning and happy Thursday! With only six days left until Christmas (yikes!), this is a good time to share A Spirited Season, the holiday anthology that was released by Karen Cantwell, Laura Lucas and myself in 2012. Since all profits from the sales of this anthology go to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, these heartwarming Christmas tales are the perfect way to inject this hectic week with some holiday spirit!

You can read more about it below, and you can read excerpts from my stories here, in my original blog post.

Buy today: Kindle | Nook | Kobo

A Spirited Season
Holiday Tales with a Paranormal Flair

What’s a holiday without a little spirit? I’m thrilled to join authors Karen Cantwell and Laura Lucas for half a dozen comical, fun, and warm-hearted Christmas tales. Soccer mom, Barbara Marr, is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Scary in “A Christmas Peril.” Delaney Pearce isn’t looking for a magic genie, but she finds one in “Make My Wish Come True.” An antique ornament brings two lonely souls together in “Two Turtledoves.” A jealous husband gets an unexpected surprise when attempting witchcraft to solve his marital problems in “Squawkin’ Around the Christmas Tree.” Something just isn’t right when the lights go out during Kendall Rhodes’ Christmas Eve party in “Jingle Spells.” A rough-around-the-edges cell tower repairman discovers love in the least likely place in “O Christmas Tree.”

All profits from the sales of A Spirited Season go to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, because everyone deserves a miracle.

Get your copy and join the fun! Available on: Kindle | Nook | Kobo

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