Friday, December 23, 2016

The photo that woke up my Muse...

Ever wonder what spurs and Idea for a book?  For me it can come from anything usually i am sitting in my car at a light but every now and then its a news story or some picture I see online. That was the case for Kismet and Cocoa, a short story in the Sweet Christmas Kisses anthology from Decadent.


I saw this picture.

Credit for picture goes to Reddit user Your Brain on Pizza https://www.reddit.com/r/motorcycles/comments/3pkl1f/saved_a_kitten/
I didn't read the story behind the picture until long after my own story was done I didn't want it to influence my story. But from this came my sweetest story to date.

And the sweetest part is that the Anthology is currently free on Amazon until Christmas.




Kismet and Cocoa by Dominique Eastwick
When true love shows up on her doorstep, will Abby let him in or will she turn him away? Sometimes Kismet is all you need.

Silver Bells and Cat Tails by L.J. Garland
Tabitha isn’t crazy—even though every guy she’s dated has ended their relationship by calling her exactly that. Then a handsome man awakens on her sofa, and everything changes… Could he be the one?

Meri Chris Mess by Dara Fraser
Meredith accepted the teaching position at Oak Springs looking for a new start but when a flood destroys everything in her classroom, she fears she’ll never be able to save her fledgling music program and certainly not in time for the Christmas show. The children will be devastated. But can a handsome and understanding firefighter along with the caring townspeople turn a mess into a Merry Christmas?

The Little Match Girl and the Billionaire by Kate Richards
A fire on Christmas Eve, leaves Noelle homeless and holding a box of abandoned kittens. The handsome stranger whisking her off to a mansion on the outskirts of town may change her holiday darkness to sweet Christmas Kisses.

Check Yes or No by Anastasia Vitsky
Sharie Black couldn’t care less about the boy next door, or at least not in “that” way. That is, until a personal tragedy creates a Christmas miracle.

No comments:

Post a Comment