Sunday, November 8, 2015
My short story, Twelve Days:A Story of Christmas, was first published last December, and it is now available in PRINT, E-BOOK, and AUDIO formats. It's my first work to be available in all three formats, and I'm super happy about that.
What makes me even more happy is the reviews it's received so far. Twelve Days is the story of an unhappy man who doesn't know he's unhappy. He's built a life of luxury, and in the process starved his heart. When facing the ruin of all he should hold dear, he finally has to refocus his energies on what matters most. Kind of like A Christmas Carol (Dickens), Twelve Days is a story of redemption.
With the audio book being new this season, Twelve Days is pretty unknown on Audible, so I'm seeking REVIEWERS. If you're interested in an entertaining hour and six minutes, You can post your email address and I'll send you the audio book. All I ask is that you post an honest review on Audible. If you choose you can also post it to Amazon, but I'm more focused on the story's Audible profile.
And just as a teaser, this is what author Stephonie Williams says about Twelve Days: "Last night as I was putting my tablet away I was mentally comparing this Christmas book to the previous Christmas book that I had read which was Twelve Days: A Story of Christmas. Although not billed as a romance it felt like a real romance. The characters were developed enough to make them realistic and relatable as opposed to perfectly perfect, stunningly handsome and beautiful with enough electricity pulsing through and between them to power a major metropolis. Thank you for a beautiful and timeless Christmas story."
Thanks in advance to everyone willing to give my words, and J Scott Bennett's voice, a listen. I hope everyone has a fulfilling holiday season.