Hello everyone!! I’m interrupting this schedule to show you a little something special. 🙂 A while back, I did a blog tour with the lovely JA Belfield for the Make Believe anthology (it’s HERE if you wanna see) and I met some of the most wonderful authors! And that WHOLE book is well worth the 5 PAWS and more!! And in the process of loving each of their stories so much, I couldn’t help but want to read more of their goodies. Well, one of those lovely ladies- the gorgeous Jennifer Eaton- has a new book coming out! And it releases on January 22!!!Happy early Book Birthday!!! So now let me show you!
*I’m borrowing this from Ms. Eaton’s Blog to share!
Teaser: Jill has no idea what she wants for Christmas, but when it looks like her best friend Jack is going to get exactly what he asks for, Jill makes a Christmas wish that will change both of their lives forever.
I scrolled the words Dear Santa across the page. Omigosh, how stupid is this?
“Come on, Mom,” Nicole said, placing a long fold in her letter. “It’s not that hard.”
I dropped my pen on the table. “It’s hard if you’re a grown-up.”
“Just write down what you want.” She bent and tucked the folds together, molding her letter into a perfect origami star.
“But I don’t want anything.”
She held up her creation, scratching a freckled cheek. “Everyone wants something.” She fastened a paperclip to her star and hung it on the Christmas tree. The matte paper stood out from the bright glass ornaments.
I ran my fingers across my bare neckline. I’d love to have back the ornate silver and gold necklace that Nicole broke a few months ago, but I couldn’t write that. It would hurt her feelings.
“I’m too old to be writing to Santa,” I announced.
“Then write to God. He listens too.”
I narrowed my eyes. Stinker. “Okay…” I placed my pen on the sheet, and crossed out Dear Santa. “Okay. Dear God.” I sighed. “It’s not helping. I still don’t know what to ask for.”
I threw my long, dark ponytail over my shoulder and tapped my pen across the sheet, leaving a wavy line of dots marring the clean white-lined paper.
Nicole shook her head, jostling her chestnut curls. “Come on, Mom. Just write something. It’s God. He already knows what you want.”
“Then can he tell me?”
Part of the Christmas Anthology Available from Still Moments Publishing
Re-release as part of Jack and Jill Volume One, January 2013
If you would like to find out more about this book, or Ms. Eaton, go to her website HERE! I’m very sure she will have some update purchase links and more info!
Thanks for letting me share this with you guys today! And for stopping by to see it! 🙂 And thanks to Ms. Jennifer Eaton for letting me share her goodies with you!! Happy Reading everyone! Later gators!