Kicking off the Sleigh Read Tour

It’s an honor to be the first driver in the Sleigh Read tour. My sleigh is shiny red, so glossy you can see winding down the road a mile away, led by beautiful Clydesdale horses featured in my Sleigh Ride: A Winter Anthology story, “Snowflakes and Stones.”

I’ve borrowed the hand-made purple scarf featured in my upcoming short story, “Pockets of Hope,” which will be released in an anthology of loss and living on, Hope Floats, in late December.

Of course I have a mug of Ghirardelli hot chocolate sitting beside me.

And in the back? The sleigh is full of great reads. Here’s a sampling of them.  So if you’ve been wanting to read one of my books, this is a great opportunity to buy one and get one free. My books included in the special are: Something New, Fixer Upper, The Stork Reality, Life’s a Beach and The Last Resort. Links to the books can be found on my Amazon Author Central page as well as on my books page on this site. Details on the promotion can be found here.

The holidays in the Lott household consist of Christmas movies, baking cookies, decorating the tree together (got a white one last year), and Scrabble by the fire.

I hope this holiday season brings you joy and love. The greatest gift is being in the present moment.

What are your holiday traditions?  Leave a comment for a chance to win a Sleigh Read ebook of your choice.



3 Comments Add yours

  1. janflora says:

    I have always wanted to take a horsedrawn sleigh ride! Looking forward to so many traditions. We start Dec 6th for St. Nicholas Day. The kids have wooden shoes they leave out with carrots and apple for his horse 🙂 This is when they get holiday socks, shirts and books to keep them warm and entertained during December 🙂

    1. malenalott says:

      Jan, Thanks so much for sharing. Please pick an ebook of your choice from our list and send me your email address so I can gift it to you. Let me know if you’d prefer Kindle or nook version.

      1. luciesmoker says:

        We keep the holidays simple. Our most unusual tradition is making Lasagna on Christmas–we have ham too. I just wanted to do something other than turkey.

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