Christmas Wishes, RJ Scott


When Alex said she was organizing an advent calendar for Christmas stories I was there in a shot. This short story became more like a novella and I kind of got carried away.

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And here is my story: Christmas Wishes

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You can download Christmas Wishes in ePub, Mobi or PDF here: https://www.instafreebie.com/free/6kA8W

I was going to put the whole thing here, but it's 9000 words and you'd be scrolling a lot! So, this way you can download as you need to and read on your e-reader.

COMPETITION...


Come back here and tell me what you thought of the story, and answer this simple question - what is your favorite Christmas Movie... and you'll be in with a chance of winning one of three $10 Amazon gift card (or equivalent in your country).  Make sure you put your email address in the comment!

HUGS AND GOOD LUCK...

RJ XXXXX




18 comments

  1. Up next for a read, but as a bah-humbug type of person Die Hard would have to top the Christmas movie list!

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  2. I have an ARC promise to finish, then it’s Christmas stories all the way, this one up first. I have 3 favourite Christmas films Die Hard 1&2 and The Holiday. ( which I’ve already taped this year. Lol)
    younela48@yahoo.co.uk

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  3. I have three favorites, depending on mood: Die Hard, A Muppet Christmas Carol, and Holiday Inn! Reading this one today!!

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  4. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie from 1998, love the sprites! And there must of been something about my young mind pairing Rudolph off with his bully Arrow! Even as a child I loved m/m! Lol Also enjoyed and The Santa Clause is my favorite adult movie! 😁 email: sangoandgroup16@yahoo.com

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  5. Loved the story. My fave movie would be National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. colby69@verizon.net

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  6. Thanks for the story. My favorite movie would be Christmas Vacation.

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  7. Thank you for this, RJ, can't wait to read it!

    My favorite line from a movie is, "Inside a snowflake like the one on your sleeve, there happened a story you must see to believe," from 'The Grinch'. I believe you asked that first?

    As for movie, my favorite is 'The Santa Claus' with Tim Allen. It personifies all that is Santa...carried within our own hearts.

    Have a happy holiday season!

    Kimmers

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  8. I am very excited to read this! I love Christmas movies so this is a very hard choice. It is definitely between Nestor the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey and Annabelle's Wish! Watching both has become a holiday tradition in my family.

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  9. Thanks for the story! My favorite Christmas movie is A Christmas Carol with George C. Scott.

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  10. I enjoyed Christmas Wishes...nice epilogue. :-)
    My favorite Christmas movie is National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. I'm "exposed" to it many times during the Christmas season.

    aelnova@aol.com

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  11. Thank you for the story. Love It's a Wonderful Life. Happy Holiday!
    humhumbum AT yahoo DOT com

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  12. My favorite Christmas movie is White Christmas. buttonsmom2003 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  13. I always loved The Year Without a Santa Clause. The musical numbers were epic! Happy Holidays!
    aegger.echo(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  14. I have never cared for Christmas(music, movies or decorations), but for some reason I have to watch the original Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer & the original Frosty the Snowman at least one time during the holiday. I guess it's a good thing they still have a handful of originals that they play every year.
    donnaemayer@aol.com

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  15. Thanks for the nice short story. One of my fav movies: All Mine to Give. It's not usually listed as Christmas, but I saw it at Christmas time years ago growing up and it ends on Christmas day. It's about a frontier family, the kids end up orphaned, and have to find homes for each other on Christmas day. The closing scene always tears me up - the eldest son stands with his baby sister in his arms, in the falling snow at a doorway, asking the woman, "Please, ma'am, I was wondering if you'd care to have my sister." - Purple Reader,
    TheWrote [at] aol [dot] com

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  16. Thanks for the story. Movies: Die Hard for new and It's a wonderful life for old.
    Dejamew@centurylink.net

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