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Bryn Colvin
December 7th, 2009, 11:25 AM
Seasonal stories are always popular, so, anyone got any books for the festive period? I'll kick off by plugging some friends of mine - Giselle renard has 'A Mistress Christmas' out at www.loveyoudivine.com (http://www.loveyoudivine.com) while Jaime Samms has 'Muse's Vacation' - m/m Christmasy stuff and heavy on the feelgood. Also at www.loveyoudivine.com (http://www.loveyoudivine.com)

I've not tried this year. I don't find Christmas easy to write about, although I did have a try with Teacher's Pet (m/m also from LYD) and I did a pagan midwinter thing - A Gift of the Goddess (LYD, m/f)

So, what is anyone else up to? What are your experiences of Christmas stories?

Jaime Samms
December 7th, 2009, 10:27 PM
LOL!
I like that, heavy on the feelgood. I guess it kind of is isn't it? But it's Christmas. Feelgood is in season

Jaime


Seasonal stories are always popular, so, anyone got any books for the festive period? I'll kick off by plugging some friends of mine - Giselle renard has 'A Mistress Christmas' out at www.loveyoudivine.com (http://www.loveyoudivine.com) while Jaime Samms has 'Muse's Vacation' - m/m Christmasy stuff and heavy on the feelgood. Also at www.loveyoudivine.com (http://www.loveyoudivine.com)

I've not tried this year. I don't find Christmas easy to write about, although I did have a try with Teacher's Pet (m/m also from LYD) and I did a pagan midwinter thing - A Gift of the Goddess (LYD, m/f)

So, what is anyone else up to? What are your experiences of Christmas stories?

Bryn Colvin
December 8th, 2009, 06:47 AM
It is very much the feelgood time of year, if you can manage it. I worry about people who are alone and isolated, anything we can do to spread warmth and happiness has to be a good thing.

And it is a seriously warming story.