Me? Be naughty? *Bats lashes innocently*
Welcome to our Tuesday Tales Holiday Blog Hop! The authors of Tuesday Tales are joining up to offer our readers a chance to win a book for those brand new e Readers Santa brought. At the end of my post I`ll have instructions on how you can enter to win a PDF copy of my brand new holiday romance, All I Want for Christmas, an M/M romantic-comedy novella that was inspired by a picture prompt here on Tuesday Tales!
Blurb for All I Want for Christmas
Alexander Dawson thought this Christmas would be a lonely one. He has no way of knowing that his cantankerous cat, Mister Tibbets, would turn a simple online shopping trip into a cataclysmic Christmas conundrum.
Alex ends up on a madcap dash to another state during a snow storm to return a painting to dreamy wildlife artist, Cooper Reynolds. Once he stumbles across Cooper`s remote log cabin, he and the sexy but emotionally distant painter end up sharing more than a kiss under the mistletoe.
Things aren`t all holly-jolly for the men though. Cooper gets a terrible case of icy feet, and Alex hits the road as soon as the snowplow clears it. Can Alex, Cooper, and their feline friends find a way to have a purrfect holiday together?
Now I suppose I have to get back to my one naughty time. Back in the day, I had a thing for The Archies. Yeah, they were pretty darn cool. I adored their music, and asked for a copy of their album. One day I spied an album-shaped present under the aluminum tree. I know some of you remember them, and the multi-colored spotlights that shone upon the lovely silver trees. Please tell me some of you recall them!
So there I sat, knowing without a doubt that I was almost pretty sure that album-shaped present was the Archies album. It ate at me. Day after day, night after night, until one day about a week before Christmas morning, I could take it no longer. While mama in her kerchief was sound asleep I snuck out, grabbed that album, opened it with care, and played it on my record player. Then I, in my childish wisdom re-wrapped the gift. Boy howdy was I a clever one! Mom would never know!
Alas, she did know. Somehow, she knew. Maybe it was the rocking and rolling taking place in my room? Or the obvious sloppy re-wrap job. Mom never punished me for that naughtiness. I suppose she knew that the disappointment of not being happily surprised would be enough punishment. She was right. Opening a gift I had danced to wasn`t quite as exciting.
Have you ever peeked at a holiday gift? Tell me about it in the comment section and you`ll be entered to win a copy of All I Want for Christmas! Just leave your childhood – or adulthood – confession of holiday naughtiness along with your contact information. When the hop ends on 12/29 I`ll put all the names into the always merry Random Thing Picker. One lucky winner will be sent a PDF version of my new M/M holiday release! So get commenting, and don`t forget your contact information. I can`t contact you without it. Good luck!
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