Book Squirrel’s Advent Event featured book for December 13 is ‘’No Rest For The Wicked’ by M.L. Sparrow.
This looks like an interesting fantasy story with a touch of romance and a holiday theme, too!
When a rich gentleman finds a beautiful young woman lying in the snow, on the brink of death, he takes her back to his house and, when she has recovered, employs her as a maid. Immediately Elira realizes that Anthony Luther is no ordinary man and nothing about the house she now lives in is as it seems, for Anthony is a powerful wizard.
Inexplicably drawn together, they begin a tentative romance, but it’s not just Elira’s uncertainties and the rules of upper-class society which drive a wedge between them; rivalries and a precious family heirloom, a priceless necklace of unforeseen power handed down through generations, threaten not only the couple’s happiness, but also their lives and the safety of the people around them.
‘’No Rest For The Wicked’ is available at Amazon.
Book Squirrel’s Bookish Advent Event featured book for December 10 is ‘The 12 Terrors of Christmas’ by Claudette Melanson.
Like many of the books featured in this event, this is a new release – out today! It offers an alternative Christmas-themed read for those who like their books to be as dark as their winter nights.
Award-winning author Claudette Melanson offers eleven new and original stories to make your skin crawl at any time of the year. This horror anthology also includes an original short by Amazon International Best-Selling Author, Lynn Lamb, titled “Bring Me Flesh and Bring Me Wine.” A special bonus story is also included by Melanson, “Mislead,” previously published only on the Halloweenpalooza blog. Grab a cup of cocoa and make sure the windows and doors are locked tight as you settle in by the fire to enjoy these tales of terror, but be warned…locks have never succeeded at keeping Santa from gaining entry. If you enjoy a slice of horror with your holiday cheer, this collection of Christmas horror shorts will satisfy all your dark cravings during the holidays…and beyond.
Vampires, ghosts, demons, elves, werewolves, serial killers and a rampaging Krampus are just a few of the monsters creeping amongst the pages of The 12 Terrors of Christmas. Are you brave enough to venture inside to experience the flip side of the typical Hallmark-themed Christmas?
Find ‘The 12 Terrors of Christmas’ at Amazon.
Book Squirrel’s Advent Event featured book for December 6 is ‘Blue Light Christmas 2: A Cry for Elf’ by Tobey Alexander.
This is the second in Tobey Alexander’s Christmas books for kids that delivers profits to charity.
It’s another Christmas and what was supposed to be another normal shift for Constable Tim Tinsel. Fate, it would seem, has a different plan. Just about ready to leave for his shift, Tim finds himself needed once again to save Christmas. This time Santa needs Tim to come to the North Pole, and along for the ride is Tim’s daughter, Eve. Can they help save Santa? Ultimately once again….Christmas hangs in the balance in a wild new adventure.
All author profits will be donated to Care Of Police Survivors charity.
These stories were created to help create a face to the uniform.
There are always those within the Emergency Services that have to work those key events, Christmas being just one of them, which is where the idea for the Blue Light books came from. Blue Light Christmas is a family story, to entertain and at the same time raise money for COPs charity.
Available in eBook and Paperback with pricing to match the same profits to go to COPs.
Find Blue Light Christmas 2 at Amazon.
Blue Light Christmas #1 is there, too!
Book Squirrel’s Advent Event featured book for December 8 is another brand new release: ‘Once Upon a Fabulous Time’.
This is an anthology like you’ve never seen before: nine reinvented fairy tales for adults by six different authors, each a standalone novella, embedded in an entirely different and original fairy tale.
Dreams really do come true…
Millie Monroe has one bright spot in her life: her job at the library. When a wealthy investor comes to town, she is overjoyed by what his presence could mean for the library…and for her.
Early one afternoon, while working alone, Millie encounters a magical book that insists on being read. Similar books continue to appear, transporting her to strange realms, from the Fabulous to the bizarre, where adventure and romance rule the day. From Wizards to Werewolves, Dragons to Santa Claus, this parade of enchanting creatures opens her eyes to the events taking place around her.
She also discovers that when dealing with creatures of the magical variety, even in fairy tales life isn’t always sunshine and Unicorns. Perhaps when looking for her heart’s desire, she should look no further than her own little corner of the world.
If you believe…
‘Once Upon a Fabulous Time’ is available at Amazon.
Book Squirrel’s Advent Event featured book for December 7 is ‘The Rose Thief’ by Claire Buss.
This rollicking, humorous fantasy story looks like great holiday reading.
Ned Spinks, Chief Thief-Catcher has a problem. Someone is stealing the Emperor’s roses. But that’s not the worst of it. In his infinite wisdom and grace, the Emperor magically imbued his red rose with love so if it was ever removed from the Imperial Rose Gardens then love will be lost, to everyone, forever. It’s up to Ned and his band of motley catchers to apprehend the thief and save the day. But the thief isn’t exactly who they seem to be, neither is the Emperor. Ned and his team will have to go on a quest defeating vampire mermaids, illusionists, estranged family members and an evil sorcerer in order to win the day. What could possibly go wrong?
‘The Rose Thief’ is available at Amazon.
Book Squirrel’s Advent Event featured book for December 6 is ‘Tempus Fugit’ by Timothy Casey.
This humorous sci-fi romp is a brand new release. It’s Timothy Casey’s debut novel, so I hope everyone will show ‘Tempus Fugit’ some extra love today.
Wasting Time Travel has never been such fun!
Veerle and Myst Solassen – two debutante princesses who love to dance and party – are out to find a space pirate who has done them wrong.
There’s enough here for everyone of age to enjoy! Time Travel, Sex, Humor, Heroics, Thrills, Disco, Sex, Space Piracy, Gender Bending, Aliens really loving to have Sex and some light Opera, too.
It’s One Hell of a Ride! That’s what She said!
I found it at Amazon.