Let’s talk Christmas 🙂
I know, I know! Most of us have finally finished the last of the Christmas cookies and chocolates, put away the decorations, and have dusted the New Year’s glitter from our feet. But can we revisit the holiday season for just a moment, pretty please? I’m about to start my next book which will be released at the end of the year, which means Christmas time, which means I have to think about it in January 🙂 I’d really appreciate some brainstorming help – will you answer some questions about your favorite Christmas story tropes? I’m giving away my three 2015 releases to one of you who comments!
Enquiring minds want to know:
Do you prefer Christmas stories to be set in cold, snowy places? Or do you enjoy something out of the ordinary occasionally?
Do you like a woodland cottage setting with a Charlie Brown type Christmas tree, or a traditionally beautiful, well-appointed home?
City versus country?
How about babies, toddlers, and children – important to a Christmas story, or are you just as happy to read a story about a couple finding their way to happiness without children in the mix? Do you have a favorite trope that features them, such as secret babies? Adoption? Daddy and child? Something else? Any special age group you like? (Wow, that’s a lot of questions isn’t it?) 🙂
And lastly, is there any particular medical scenario or character you enjoy most?
Obviously, no need to answer more than one or two of these questions (unless you want to!) and any additional comments are more than welcome! As I said, I’ll be throwing the names of everyone helping me out into a hat, choosing one to receive print copies of my three 2015 releases. On Sunday, I’ll announce the winner and ask for you to send me your address so I can mail the books.
Thanks in advance – I’m really looking forward to hearing your comments!