Christmas Movies are Here
I love Christmas and I love Christmas movies and books. I write Christmas movies and books but I love to keep that magic going from Thanksgiving to New Years. Actually, as someone who writers Christmas stories, I keep the magic going all year.
Just since Nov 22nd, I've watched several Holiday movies including HOLIDATE (not sweet or without swearing, Netflix), LAST CHRISTMAS (sweet but modern take on dating Netflix) THE CHRISTMAS CHRONICLES (fun and magical, Netflix) and ELF (Classic and hilarious concept, Netflix).
I plan to fit in a few Hallmark Romances, The Polar Express, The Grinch, Jingle Jangle and maybe even Chronicles 2 soon. Something that Kurt Russell said in the first Chronicles stuck with me:
"People need Christmas to remind themselves how good they can be."
Christmas is a time where people dig deep for their best sides to give to others, be more tolerant, understanding and able to forgive. If you had magical Christmases as a child, it's only human nature to want to recreate that feeling of wonderment and joy again.
Through Christmas movies and Christmas books we stir those emotions again and become nostalgic for childhood innocence.
That's why Christmas stories are so popular.
I keep my novellas inexpensive so anyone who needs a Christmas boost can afford to find that nostalgia and entertainment without taking out a second mortgage to their home and my set of 4 novellas is cheaper if you buy in bulk!
Here you go to get you started this season:
The Set of 4 Christmas Romance Novellas $2.99
The Individual Novellas 99c
Christmas in Whistler (somewhat sexy)
Christmas in Crystal Creek (sweet)
Maui Kalikimaka (somewhat sexy)
The Christmas Challenge (sweet)
And Here's an Anthology I Belong to This Year with 8 Awesome Authors!!!
NEVER ENOUGH CHRISTMAS - Set of 8 Books by Bestselling Authors - 99c
Fill Your Kindle with uplifting stories this year for under $10!
KIM HORNSBY is a USA Today Bestselling Author of 15 novels as well as an award-winning screenwriter who has several movies in development with producers. She lives in the Seattle area where her office overlooks a tree-lined lake and has foot warming muses in the form of large, hairy rescue dogs.