Free Fiction Monday: Christmas Eve at the Exit

As Rachel decides on a place to spend Christmas Eve, she can’t shake the feeling of being tracked. She knows well how hard they will search for her and Anne-Marie. Rachel knows they will never stop. But Rachel also knows she needs to focus on the plan, and on making sure Anne-Marie knows Santa will still find her wherever they go. Because every child needs […]

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A New Short Story, A Holiday Bundle, And A Secret

I knew the secret would catch you all. 🙂 Last year, Kevin J. Anderson invited me into his first holiday anthology (along with Dean and many of our good friends who happen to be writers). I strongly recommend one of my all-time favorite stories which Kevin reprinted in that anthology in the special holiday recommended reading list, which you can find here. At the same […]

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A New Holiday Novella!

After I finished the Retrieval Artist novels, I scrambled to write a new Kristine Grayson holiday romance. I had written two before, and I really wanted to get the third to you before the season began. Dressed in Holiday Style is loosely related to the other two, but go ahead, read it first. Then read the other two. Set in Chicago, Dressed in Holiday Style follows journalist Raine Wilkins […]

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Free Fiction Monday: By The Chimney, With Care

Punishments for elven crimes vary. So, when Rolf finds himself serving time as a toy on a mantel during the Christmas season, Rolf figures he got off easy. But when a lonely child asks him to deliver a message to Santa, he realizes his rehabilitation comes with a price—one he might not be prepared to pay. The masterful Kristine Kathryn Rusch puts her trademark twist on […]

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