A Holiday Anthology (Exquisite Quills Vol. One)

A Holiday Anthology (Exquisite Quills Vol. One)[Reading] ➶ A Holiday Anthology (Exquisite Quills Vol. One) Author Rose Anderson – Bluevapours.co.uk This is a FREE on Smashwords collection of short Christmas stories By Exquisite Quills Authors and Friends It has been written for adults who love romance stories but is family friendly Each story is This is a FREE on Smashwords collection of short Christmas stories By Exquisite Quills Authors and Friends It has been written for adults who love romance stories but is family friendly Each story is unique and is meant to give a sampling of the writing of that author From contemporary to historical, the Exquisite A Holiday Kindle - Quills authors and friends wish you a happy holiday filled with wonderful books.

The short version About Rose Known for crafting characters that stay with you long after the last page has turned, Rose Anderson is an award winning author and dilettante who loves great conversation and delights in discovering interesting things to weave into stories Rose also writes across genres under the pen name Madeline Archer A Holiday Kindle - She lives with her family and small menagerie amid oak groves and prairie in the rolling glacial hills of the upper MidwestWhen not writing, Rose gathers with friends for drumming, poetry, Reiki, and great discussionsThe long version.

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  • ebook
  • 92 pages
  • A Holiday Anthology (Exquisite Quills Vol. One)
  • Rose Anderson
  • English
  • 09 August 2019

10 thoughts on “A Holiday Anthology (Exquisite Quills Vol. One)

  1. Kathie (katmom) says:

    This book is FREE on Smashwords m going to cheat, just a bit, by quoting the review of one of the authors in the anthology, Jennifer Garcia She gave me permission to share her summary filled review at Goodreads Jennifer Garcia says Several wonderful short stories by wonderful authors These stories are so short but, yet, tell so much I don t want to give anything away, but I ll give a tiny bit I truly enjoyed them all so very much The first story, C This book is FREE on Smashwords m going to cheat, just a bit, by quoting the review of one of the authors in the anthology, Jennifer Garcia She gave me permission to share her summary filled review at Goodreads Jennifer Garcia says Several wonderful short stories by wonderful authors These stories are so short but, yet, tell so much I don t want to give anything away, but I ll give a tiny bit I truly enjoyed them all so very much The first story, Christmas Knight by Victoria Adams, was a very clever, sweet story about Santa Claus or is it Imagine if it really was, so cool.The second story, Star of Wonder by Rose Anderson, was a bit of a historical and painted the scenery so beautifully The third story, The Kissing Ball by E Ayers, was a great story about some disappointment A kind I m sure we ve all felt at one time or another Great story The forth story, The Christmas Risk by Beverley Bateman, letting your wall down Not comparing the past with the present Loved this The fifth story, Fallen in Love by Helena Fairfax, rekindling love again during the holidays such a sweet read The sixth story, Snow Job by J.D Faver, avoiding the love of your life because of the heartbreak they caused I wantedof this, it has a great premise The seventh story, Christmas Miracle by Jennifer Garcia, this is actually mine and I won t rate it Decide for yourself The eighth story, Highland Hogmanay by Romy Gemmell, yum, men in kilts and finding love at a wedding Love this I d love to readof this as well The ninth story, Almost Christmas by Vonnie Hughes, a great historical, Regency era, loved it So good, could have easily been extended into a novella The tenth story, The Unexpected Gift by Susan Jaymes, a lot of moms and wives could related to this story Loved the gift at the end The eleventh story, Shooting Star Holiday Express by Gemma Juliana, little girl, magical train, finding love around the holidays Loved this story as well The twelfth story, The Christmas Gift by Jean Lamb, a small snippet from a historical novel Very intriguing and would love to readThe thirteenth story, A Faery s Wish A Mini Christmas Faery Tale by Jane Leopold Quinn, a Christmas miracle in a faery world Loved this sweet story The fourteenth story, Joyeux No l by Zanna Mackenzie, a secret Santa of sorts and office romance Sweet and fun The fifteenth story, Gifts to Treasure by Kaye Spencer, and what a way to end this great anthology A Scrooge of sorts that has to learn the hard way who he is I d love to readabout Mike Just want to say how honored I am to have been included in this anthology with all of those amazing authors Great mix of stories, a little of everything I agree, several of these are great little gems I really enjoyed the first one, Christmas Knight Is he Santa Maybe Many of the stories gave us things to think about, heroes to swoon over, moments to sigh over, and Christmas Joy to, well, enjoy While there is romance, it s all family friendly I like seeing the different writing styles of authors Makes me definitely want to readby many of these fine authors.I do have a little quibble In my mind, anthologies should be filled with short, COMPLETE stories Snow Job is the first chapter of a full length novel I didn t appreciate not knowing that until I got to the explanation of that fact Especially since the rest of the stories are complete Well, Highland Hogmanay is rather like a prologue for a full length novel That was fine because the content gave us enough to count as a short story.Other than that one, I enjoyed curling up with a cup of chai latte, a good shortbread cookie, and these stories A lovely way to revel in the Christmas Spirit Grab your free copy now Four and a half bookmarks This book is FREE on Smashwords

  2. Georgiann Hennelly says:

    A free collection of short stories by different authors Each story is written for adults, but it is family friendly From historic to contemporary there is a little something for everyone A great book to curl up with and read There is love, christmas mircles andA quick read but some of the stories are really emotionally moving.

  3. Katy Beth Mckee says:

    A wonderful collection of holiday love stories These are quick reads but some are really moving.

  4. Jennifer Garcia says:

    Several wonderful short stories by wonderful authors These stories are so short but, yet, tell so much I don t want to give anything away, but I ll give a tiny bit I truly enjoyed them all so very much The first story, Christmas Knight by Victoria Adams, was a very clever, sweet story about Santa Claus or is it Imagine if it really was, so cool.The second story, Star of Wonder by Rose Anderson, was a bit of a historical and painted the scenery so beautifully The third story, The Kissing Ba Several wonderful short stories by wonderful authors These stories are so short but, yet, tell so much I don t want to give anything away, but I ll give a tiny bit I truly enjoyed them all so very much The first story, Christmas Knight by Victoria Adams, was a very clever, sweet story about Santa Claus or is it Imagine if it really was, so cool.The second story, Star of Wonder by Rose Anderson, was a bit of a historical and painted the scenery so beautifully The third story, The Kissing Ball by E Ayers, was a great story about some disappointment A kind I m sure we ve all felt at one time or another Great story The forth story, The Christmas Risk by Beverley Bateman, letting your wall down Not comparing the past with the present Loved this The fifth story, Fallen in Love by Helena Fairfax, rekindling love again during the holidays such a sweet read The sixth story, Fallen in Love by Helena Fairfax, avoiding the love of your life because of the heartbreak they caused I wantedof this, it has a great premise The seventh story, Christmas Miracle by Jennifer Garcia, this is actually mine and I won t rate it Decide for yourself The eighth story, Highland Hogmanay by Romy Gemmell, yum, men in kilts and finding love at a wedding Love this I d love to readof this as well The ninth story, Almost Christmas by Vonnie Hughes, a great historical, Regency era, loved it So good, could have easily been extended into a novella The tenth story, The Unexpected Gift by Susan Jaymes, a lot of moms and wives could related to this story Loved the gift at the end The eleventh story, Shooting Star Holiday Express by Gemma Juliana, little girl, magical train, finding love around the holidays Loved this story as well The twelfth story, The Christmas Gift by Jean Lamb, a small snippet from a historical novel Very intriguing and would love to readThe thirteenth story, A Faery s Wish A Mini Christmas Faery Tale by Jane Leopold Quinn, a Christmas miracle in a faery world Loved this sweet story The fourteenth story, Joyeux No l by Zanna Mackenzie, a secret santa of sorts and office romance Sweet and fun The fifteenth story, Gifts to Treasure by Kaye Spencer, and what a way to end this great anthology A Scrooge of sorts that has to learn the hard way who he is I d love to readabout Mike Just want to say how honored I am to have been included in this anthology with all of those amazing authors Great mix of stories, a little of everything

  5. Nikki says:

    Most of these are to short, one them was the first chapter to a book that hadn t come out Ehhh there are better Christmas anthologies out there.

  6. Howard Brazee says:

    This book has 15 postcard sized stories actually most aren t even stories they are prose images The best way to read them is one per day before Christmas Savor each image before going to the next.Many of them lead us to longer works One was kind of a postscript to a book I already read.

  7. Loveeac says:

    Disappointed.

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