New Release: Christmas Magic Anthology (Still Moments Publishing) #romance @terrirochenski
Today I have the opportunity to share a romantic anthology, CHRISTMAS MAGIC which features a story by a friend and fellow author, Terri Rochenski. Terri will actually be visiting the blog in person as part of another blog tour on December 10th, so be sure to stop in again then to get a bit more in depth with Terri.
Until then, Let’s have a look at CHRISTMAS MAGIC
Wishes Come True by Linda Carroll-Bradd
Will mixing one lonely baker and the town’s prodigal son with spices and laughter make a tasty recipe for love?
Harbor Homecoming by Lindsay McFerrin
Can a gigantic dog named Bear be a matchmaker? If it’s Christmas in romantic Bar Harbor, Maine, the answer isyes!
Beginning of Forever by Terri Rochenski
A new face in town forces Lillian Davis to choose between living in her past and what is blossoming in her heart.
Excerpt From Beginning of Forever:
I rubbed my fussing son’s back and stumbled down the hall to grab the phone. “Hello?”
A glance at the clock and my stomach clenched. Ronnie was an hour late for our Christmas Eve dinner. “Y-yes?”
“There’s been an accident.”
Through Steven’s heightened cries and the ringing in my ears I heard my husband’s name and Anna Jacques hospital.
This isn’t real. I need to wake up.
I swayed and slumped to my knees on the linoleum floor, struggling to keep Steven in my grasp.
The floor is cold. I’m not dreaming.
Click on the banner below to see the rest of the participating blogs in the Christmas Magic Blog Tour
About Terri Rochenski:
Terri started writing stories in the 8th grade, when a little gnome whispered in her brain. Gundi’s Great Adventure never hit the best seller list, but it started a long love affair with storytelling. Today she enjoys an escape to Middle Earth during the rare ‘me’ moments her two young daughters allow.
Posted on December 6, 2012, in Anthologies, Blog Tours, Book Promotion, Fiction, Romance and tagged Anthology, Blog Tour, Christmas Magic, Romance, Still Moments Publishing, Terri Rochenski. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.