Twelve Ways to Enjoy Christmas

Did you realize there are twelve weeks left until Christmas? Some of you are jumping up and down in excitement like you did as a child … and some of you are screaming and running to the other room.
No worries either way—you are perfectly entitled to respond as you choose. But I hope you’ll also choose to join in the fun of a new Christmas love story for every one of those 12 weeks.
Eleven other authors and I have written novellas set in the 1800s. These historical romances are part of Barbour’s The 12 Brides of Christmas collection for the holidays. A new story will be released each Monday until Christmas, and is available for your e-reader—even if you don’t have one. You can download a free app on Amazon that will let you read on your phone or home computer.
Over the next 12 weeks, I will highlight the novella of the week with a buy link included for your convenience. Only .99!
Here’s to enjoying a simpler holiday from days gone by. And don’t forget to tell your friends!

Merry Christmas!

Book 1:
The Advent Bride, by Mary Connealy 1_The AdventBride small

Three lonely people explore the mystery of a puzzle box that takes them through the cold days of December on a journey to Christmas. A journey that soothes their lonely lives and leads them to love.

Join in the life-changing puzzle of the Advent Box.

Mary Connealy is a best-selling author who writes romantic comedy with cowboys. She is a Carol Award winner and a Rita, Christy, and Inspirational Reader’s Choice finalist. Her Western series include “Wild at Heart,” “Trouble in Texas,” “Kincaid Bride series,” and many more. Mary is married to a Nebraska rancher and has four grown daughters and three spectacular grandchildren.

Find Mary online at her website and on Facebook. She also blogs on Petticoats and Pistols and Seekerville.



1_Snobound_BrideThe Snowbound Bride – Dec. 15. Pre-order here!

4 thoughts on “Twelve Ways to Enjoy Christmas

  1. I’m the one jumping up and down. Can’t wait for Christmas!

    1. You and me both, Linda!

  2. I love the Christmas season. It usually sneaks up on me. This year I hope to be ready earlier. So I can just enjoy the beauty of the season of God’s sending His Son to us. That’s the celebration I look forward to. Enjoying family and friends along with celebrating Jesus is an extra blessing.
    I look forward to reading the Christmas novella.

  3. Me, too, Karen. It’s the perfect season!


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