Written Tales Chapbook VI
'Tis The Season
It’s here, Written Tales Chapbook VI. If you are interested in a paperback copy, you can obtain one at Amazon.
Written Tales Chapbook VI is a collection to bring back childhood memories of the Holiday Season. This edition contains beautiful poems, short stories, and non-fiction from the heart.
The writers in this volume encompass the globe and share their visions of what the holidays mean to them.
We hope you enjoy our "'Tis The Season" collection as much as we did preparing it for your reading pleasure.
The authors in this edition include:
A Child’s Christmas by Carol Tahir ~ A Chronically Ill Christmas by Jess Gregory ~ A Still Palette by Dibyasree Nandy ~ Appalachian Yule by Frogg Corpse ~ Benevolence by Anna Rozwadowska ~ Christmas 1966/2022 by Riley Kilmore ~ Chimney Christmas by Jon Moray ~ Christmas At Snow Hill by Jonathan Hunter ~ Holiday Games by Margaret D. Stetz ~ Entertaining With Aplomb by Joseph Farina ~ Family Tree by Kristin Melia ~ Finding Santa Claus by Mark Ready ~ Home for the Holidays by Stefania Camaci ~ Rascal's Coat of Many Needles by Erin Fanning ~ Silent Night by Frances Brindle ~ Stuff Inside by Liz Lydic ~ The Magic of the Season by Shreya Chauhan ~ The Song of Snow by Perry Wyatt ~ Winters by Maya Shvab
All writers listed above, please check your inbox or spam folder with an email subject of, “Here's your copy of Written Tales Chapbook 6, ‘Tis the Season!”
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