‘Tis the season for some reading and Echoes of Winter is the perfect blend of wintry tales. It’s free and you can get it here. Echoes of Winter is made up of thirteen great stories by thirteen great authors and to help introduce you to their other works I am giving away FREE eBook copies of books by these authors. Three eBooks are up for grabs.
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Now… on to the review!
I enjoyed this collection of short stories centered on winter and Christmastime. A lot of the stories tied back to familiar characters in the realms of Christmas lore, which left me feeling nostalgic. At the same time, the modern re-imaginings of elements from these familiar fables impressed me. Let’s just say, Santa, Mrs. Claus, and the rest of the crew at the North Pole have more going on in their lives than Christmas once a year.
There is a lot of romance in these pages along with subtle reminders that family and friendships should outweigh all of the materialistic stuff that can easily take the forefront this time of year.
I highly recommend this upbeat, eclectic, collection of wintry tales.