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Monday, July 25th, 2016 02:00 pm
It's July 25th, which means it's Christmas in July!

Ok, it does seem silly to celebrate Christmas when we are currently having a heatwave right now. But every year, the Jersey shore (or at least my little corner of it) puts on a big event for this date. You can take pictures with Santa on the beach (and boy do I feel sorry for the dude dressed like Santa in this weather!), sing carols, and win 'presents' on the boardwalk.

I thought it might be a good time to show off some of my Christmas stories.

"Teddy Bear Christmas" is a short little tale.

Two lonely men, a lost teddy bear, and a sprinkle of holiday magic….

On a snowy night before Christmas Eve, Tyler Martin finds himself stuck in a Chicago airport, unable to get home to his family on the East Coast. After missing last year due to his jerk of an ex-boyfriend, the idea of not making it this time hurts. When he finds a lost teddy bear in the waiting area, his night changes for the better.

Aaron Klein is a bored airport worker, taking the Christmas shift because he’s Jewish. He doesn't expect to hit it off with the hot guy who brings a lost teddy bear to his desk, but it might end up being everything he didn’t know he was looking for.


You can find it at Dreamspinner, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and iBooks..

And if MMF is more your style and you haven't read Kitten's Ribbons yet, you can find the story (and 3 others!) in Kitten At Play.

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