Thursday, December 27, 2012

Another Five-Star Review

YeahHoo! Three reviews for Fifty Shades of Santa, and all FIVE-STAR! One line from the third review: ". . . half-way through "One Cool Cat," you'll be silently cheering for Dennis as he struggles to save his marriage and plots to convince the most skeptical of his children that Santa will always find her."

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Two (Count 'Em) Two 5-STAR reviews

Fifty Shades of Santa has gotten two very nice five-star reviews. One review says: "What a relief to sit down with a cup of tea and a quick, sweet romance that leaves you with a smile on your face."

The second review ends with: "So, get a cup of hot cocoa, your favorite blankie and curl up with this warm-hearted collection of romantic Santa stories."

The link to amazon is at

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Santa Sales Gliding Right Along

Sales for Fifty Shades of Santa are gliding right along. Of course, we'd like more, really be nice if we could land in the top 100 of Amazon sales. Not likely, given the late start we got, but the word is spreading. (What would be our chances of postponing Christmas until sometime in late January?)

We like to call Fifty Shades of Santa "romance for the rest of us," the rest of us being readers whose idea of love doesn't include implements of pain, according to our publisher.

See for yourself at

Wednesday, December 12, 2012


The book is on Amazon -- as of noon today.

Try this link: Fifty Shades of Santa.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

What's Got Santa's Eyes Wide-Open?

Do you wonder what's being whispered in Santa's ear? Another couple of days when Fifty Shades of Santa becomes available on Amazon's Kindle Select, and you'll know what Santa knows.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Making a Pair for Santa

Must get awfully cold up there in that open-cockpit sleigh, I've got to get busy making a pair of anklewarmers for the jolly old gent.

I'll have to check my basket to see if I have the right color -- yep, I must have been thinking ahead, there's some bright crimson red yarn, hidden away down there in the bottom, just in time for the Christmas season.

Hummmmm, Santa's a pretty big guy, I wonder if one skein will be enough?