Children’s Christmas Story

holiday sales

Yes, it’s time to start finding gifts for friends and families. Why not make it easy this year?

Stop shopping until you drop. This year, support Indie Authors. Through November and December several of us will be promoting Indie Authors’ books along with our own. It’s so simple to purchase an e-book these days. You just need the recipient’s email address to buy a gift from either Amazon, Smashwords, or Barnes and Noble. As our gift to you, some of us will be selling at just 99cents, so take advantage of the holiday prices to load up your friends’ and families’ libraries. And while you’re at it, why not grab yourself a copy?

Today I am featuring DM Yate’s holiday story Gingerbread Castle. Perfect for bedtime, or anytime, and it’s only $.99!

Gingerbread Castle is a holiday rhyme book for children ages 7 to 9 years old and is available in ebook (for 99cents) or paperback. It can be purchased online where-ever ebooks and paperbacks are sold.

Gingerbread Castle is a place in Dreamland only where children can visit and enjoy lots of fun games and foods too. There’s a train to ride which even zooms along the roof and the only way to get there is on Jimmy the Elf’s sleigh pulled by reindeer.

 

Get it on: Amazon | Smashwords | B&N

DM yates also writes books for adults. If you’d like a free sample of her writing, grab yourself the Strange Portals Anthology, available at Smashwords.

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  1. I have this book on my Kindle and plan to read it tonight. Can’t wait.

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