by Loretta Livingstone
Four short Christmas stories to warm your heart.
- Young Joey is terrified his worst nightmare will come true this Christmas. But he’s praying hard.
- Sophie’s Christmas is not going as she expected. A Regency tale.
- Even the poorest, those who have nothing, are expecting something special this Christmas.
- Far away from her family, Anisha is completely alone. Will Christmas be as dismal as she expects?
“SO. SO. SO. GOOD! Surprise endings will leave you smiling!”
“The author surprises the reader with the depth and eloquence of each story. I thoroughly enjoyed the different tales and styles of each story and felt swept away with the beauty of her flowing writing.”
“A beautiful way to get into the holiday spirit.”
CIR: What inspired this collection of stories?
LIVINGSTONE: None of these stories were exactly inspired. I wanted to write a small Christmas book and each story just came to me as I needed it. Some of the characters in the last two stories are also in my novelette, Where Angels Tread.
CIR: What was your favorite part of writing these stories?
LIVINGSTONE: My favorite part of writing this book was that it got me right into the Christmas spirit.
CIR: What themes do you address in this story?
LIVINGSTONE: The themes addressed in these stories are: a child’s fear of losing a parent, and the fact that small acts of kindness can have unexpected rewards.