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Seasons Readings - An Anthology of Holiday Stories

4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  15 ratings  ·  5 reviews
A collection of short stories from talented authors who write in the genres of romance, mystery, thriller and fantasy.
Published November 13th 2011 by Smashwords
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Rick Bylina
It's that time of year, so I read a holiday-themed collection. Seasons Readings - A Collection of Holiday Themed Short Stories popped onto my Kindle. And you can't go wrong with the nine offerings in this holiday-themed collection. Though none of the stories really break any new or startling holiday territory, they'll a solid grouping of stories. The opening story, Home for Christmas by Lia Fairchild and the last one, Kate and The Irishman by Mary Pay Hyland give us our sugary sweet Hallmark tre ...more
I'm going to review this book as I read each story. This collection has nine short stories all by different authors. The first being Home for Christmas it was a great story, all I can say is wow with such a great start to this book the next story has a lot to live up too. I will be looking to read more of Lia Fairchild's books in the future. Well I'm now starting the second story called Lonely Christmas Without You. I'm reading this very early in the morning 2am to be exact and it made me a bit ...more
Seasons Readings is a nine story holiday anthology. All of the stories were entertaining, but a few really stood out.
I loved Lia Fairchild's "Home for Christmas," Melissa A. Smith's "Christmas Rainbows," and Mary Pat Hyland's "Kate and the Irishman."
Overall, this anthology provided very pleasant reading over a couple of rainy afternoons.
I put only three stars because I am not really into short stories, so I wasn't exactly caught by what I was reading. It was a good practice though, and about three stories were more meeting my tastes. Over all, I spent a good time reading this book.
Stories not long enough for me.
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Lia Fairchild is both a traditionally published and independent author who writes contemporary fiction, chick lit, romance, and mystery/thriller. Fairchild was born and raised in Southern California and holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and a multiple-subject teaching credential. She is a wife and mother of two teenagers.

Watch for her new release, Circle in the Sand, due out January 7.

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