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Tis the Season Reading: Scrooge + George Bailey in Modern Fantasy

15 Dec

Quirky, meaningful Holiday read!

Looking for a great Christmas gift for a family member or friend?  I am excited to feature an awesome Christmas novel on my blog today!  It’s the first in a series called Hell’s Tales, and it’s just been released as an audiobook, so you have your choice of formats!  Hell’s Christmas has some great reviews on Amazon, too:
Book Description:

Monika Hell seemed to have it all. She was gorgeous, owned a nice condo, an expensive car, an endless wardrobe, and had a great job as a store manager in the mall. But, she was mean, miserable, and worst of all, hated Christmas.

Kidnapped from the mall parking lot on Christmas Eve, her life is turned upside down. Now, on Christmas morning, she finds herself in a freezing alley with nothing but the tattered clothes on her back. With no identification, no money, and no one willing to help, Monika is forced to start all over. Could losing everything she’d worked for all her life lead her to find what’s been missing all along?

Click here to order Hell’s Christmas: the audiobook.
Click here to download Hell’s Christmas: the eBook.  (It’s just $3.99, and you can use Amazon’s gift function to make it a present for the Kindle owner on your list!)
Click here to order Hell’s Christmas in paperback.

Meet the Author:

Cynthia is a writer of Christian fiction/fantasy.  She attends Liberty University where she is earning her BS in Psychology and Christian Counseling.

Cynthia is an administrator with the CIA… haha, that’s Christian Indie Authors.  She is happily married and living in Georgia with her husband and three children.

Cynthia has many stories to tell.  She loves to write about faith with a twist of fantasy to entertain hearts and minds of all ages.

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/CynthiaPWillow
Blog: http://www.cynthiapwillow.com/under-the-willow-tree.html
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CynthiaPWillow

Click here to view other books by Cynthia P. Willow, including children’s novels and young adult fantasy.

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Posted by on December 15, 2013 in Book Reviews, Christmas

 

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