Not a Person Stirring, Just a Mouse

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“Do give books – religious or otherwise – for Christmas. They’re never fattening, seldom sinful, and permanently personal.” – Lenore Hershey

 In the mood for reading a Christmas book, but you don’t have time to go buy one or borrow one from the library? There are many low-priced and free holiday e-books and short stories available for downloading on your computer. Here are some titles available through one e-book retailer, Smashwords: 

  • Scrooge, American Style
  • Footprints in the Snow
  • The Lights of Christmas Street
  • Kristmas Collins
  • The Road to Tucson
  • Hullabalou and Holly, too
  • Suburban Christmas 2012
  • Snowman’s Chance in Hell
  • Fools Rush Inn
  • The Christmas Cottage _mouse

If you have never read an e-book before, try them out! I have found some very satisfying reads in electronic book format, and generally, they are not pricey, since there are no printer’s costs,  binding/physical manufacturing or shipping costs.  Let’s face it  – a good read is a good read whether printed on paper or not. Even bookstores now carry e-book formatted publications. Check out your local bookstore’s website to see if they are available, if you can’t get out.

I am in need of a good read. So this weekend, when no one is stirring, I will click the mouse and select one of these holiday books from the Smashwords list and enjoy myself. See the full list of books from Smashwords in the holiday category, by visiting this link

Where shall I start?

Stay tuned,  will be featuring a beautiful Christmas story, first published in 1999, that has been fulfilling people’s need to know about the first Christmas, that will be available for the first time in electronic format this year.

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