Yep, I didn’t mean to release a book on Thanksgiving–I had intended to release it yesterday but then Amazon took a while to get it uploaded, and since time is of the essence when catching pre-Christmas sales, I didn’t want to wait until after the Americans have finished stuffing themselves with turkey.
So anyway, Twinkle, Twinkle is a short story I wrote back in 2010. It was published by Dreamspinner that Christmas as part of their Daily Dose series. And since I only realised that it had gone off sale last week, I’ve had to rush to get a second edition ready in time for the annual festival of maximum consumption
Fortunately Lou Harper came to the rescue with a top-notch cover, and so here you have it: Twinkle, Twinkle was only ever available on the Dreamspinner site before, and now it’s exclusive to Amazon for the bargain price of 0.99 (dollars, pounds and euros).
Kindle US | Kindle UK
(If you want to read Twinkle, Twinkle but your ereader doesn’t work with mobi files, just let me know and I’ll send you a pdf or epub. I’ll just need to see a screenshot of your proof of purchase from Amazon)
And here’s the brand-spanking new blurb to entice anyone not sure about reading (or indeed, whether they’ve read it before!)
When old schoolmates meet again, sparks fly!
It’s Christmas Eve, and down in Accident and Emergency Dr. Tom Berriman really hasn’t got into the festive spirit. Newly returned to his home town, he’s missing the big city he left behind and can’t get enthusiastic about a holiday he’ll be spending on his own. That is until he catches sight of the attractive electrician fixing the lights—who promptly crashes down out of the ceiling and becomes Tom’s patient. Tom can’t believe his luck…until he realises he knows the man already.
Electrician Vince has changed out of all recognition since they were at school together, where Vince was the butt of all the bullies’ jibes—and worse—while nursing a hopeless crush on Tom.
If the newly-hunky Vince can forgive his former tormentor, and Tom can get over his lingering guilt, maybe their Christmases won’t be quite so lonely after all.
Happy Thanksgiving to all my American friends, and happy almost-December to the rest of the world!
Love and hugs,