Christmas Countdown 2013 - 2 December

My favourite Christmas films...

I wish everyone in England lived in a village... in a cottage... with snow... at Christmas... sadly that doesn't happen but I like that Hollywood thinks it does.

This story is predictable and therefore is a perfect Christmas romance with a Brit and a American swapping homes for Christmas...

Recommended with wine, chocolate and your closest friend to cuddle.

Would love to see this remade as a gay movie. Who's with me on that?

Actually I would LOVE to write this as a gay romance... sighs...

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Today's featured Anthology Author is

Kay Berrisford with her story Gifts from the Tree

When Phin deserts James on Christmas Eve, offering vague excuses, James is left wondering how well he knows the man he’s been seeing. Phin, an expert on forest mythology, clearly has secrets, which doesn’t make James feel any better as he faces Christmas alone. But when an attempt to collect a Christmas tree takes a strange and magical turn, James finds out the supernatural happenings in the woods and Phin’s absence could be linked.

Kay is runing a competition on her blog to win a choice of any of her eBooks + a $10 LooseID voucher.

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The Twenty Five Day competition

For the master post explaining prizes, etc, visit Competition and prizes for the twenty five days of Christmas

Don't forget every entry you make counts towards the grand prize on 25 December.  So if you enter every day, you will have 24 chances for to win...

The prize today is a Free RJ Scott eBook from RJ's backlist or first sight of a new upcoming book.

COMPETITION for 2nd December NOW CLOSED... Don't forget to enter on the other days in December... Each day can be found on this blog. Full details of all prizes: HERE

13 comments

  1. I LOVE The Holiday...my other fave is The Family Stone...funny, sweet, sad...and funny again :)

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    1. oooohhh, i haven't seen that film... goes off to IMDB x

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  2. My favourite holiday film is the Grinch... old but fun!

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    1. *adds to my list... I think the grinch is more of a US thing... but I know it's one I'd probably enjoy!

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    2. You need to watch the 1960's version of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" first. It is only about 30 minutes in length.

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  3. Call me bad but I like Bad Santa.

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    1. Another one I haven't seen... :) XXXX

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  4. I love that movie, my all time favorite Christmas movie along with Love Actually.

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    1. Love Actually appears soon... he he... :)

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  5. I loved the movie, too! I'm not a big movie watcher, so it's actually funny to me that you picked one I enjoyed. ~ jillw

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    1. I just love the pure romance of it is all... :) RJ XXXX

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    1. gah, me too... big time... :) xxxx

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