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It's almost December...

And that means the return of the Advent Blog. This year I'm guest hosting authors and Christmas books. Well most of them are Christmas related anyway ;-) All the posts will include blurbs and buy links if you decide you fancy them.

As always Pelican Book Group will have all the 2012 stories on offer throughout December.

Author, book title
Carla Rossi – Dr Noah and the sugar plum fairy
Davalynn Spencer – As You Are At Christmas
Deborah Pierson Dill - Ransomed Hope
Marianne Evans – Finding Home
EA West – Breath of Christmas
Mary Manners – Angel Song
Clare Revell – An Aussie Christmas Angel
Robin Patchen – One Christmas Eve
Marian Merritt – Southern Fried Christmas
Lily Maytree – Home before Dark 
Dora Hiers – Journey’s Edge
Robin Bayne – Christmas forever
Patty Froese – Legally wed
Therese Travis – Everyone loves Mickey
Janalyn Voigt - Dawnsinger
Anne Greene – Texas Christmas mystery
Mallory Mitchell –  Down the Chimney
Mary Annslee Urban – She came to see the snow
Donna B Snow
Tayna Stowe – White Christmas
Lillian Duncan – The Christmas stalking
Tanya Hanson – Ransom for Christmas (not inspirational)
Linda Rondeau – It really is a wonderful life

Jess Revell - yes Jess wanted in on the fun too

yes there will be a post on Christmas Eve. Just no one wanted that spot yet. Even though I threatened to fill it with my past three Christmas stories.


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