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Remember Point Releases Inspirational Christmas Book in Paperback
Remember Point, a publishing company based in Santa Monica, California, releases the uplifting book, "Christmas Cowboys, Mistletoe Diner and other Short Stories: A Collection of New Fiction for the Holidays" in paperback on Amazon.
"Paperback books make great stocking stuffers," says Shari Thompson of Vancouver, "and they are almost the same price as a greeting card and so much more appreciated."
This collection of short stories is an uplifting, and a must have Christmas book, now available in paperback or as an ebook. The book includes an amazing real life angel story by Michael Habte, a mystical western written by Linda Shayne, a spiritual romance by Vikram Kale, and a Midwestern tornado holiday adventure by Dianna Brown.
Whether the story takes place in Montana or whether it is set in the jungles of Africa, in Charles Kamuyu's "Christmas in Kenya," this collection of short stories enthralls and entertains with wit and insight.
One short story by Tufts Daily columnist Samantha Jaffe, bursts with clever imagery, urbane style and humor. Each captivating piece reveals the depth and joys of Christmas.
"Snowbird" by Valerie Scott, "Triplets" by Howard Steinberg, and "Secret Santa" by Lars Daniel Eriksson, all emphasize the different makeup and treasured meaning of family. Inclusion of two poems, "Four-door Igloo and Wolves" by Jin A Song and "Trinidad" by Hamel Matthew are exceptional and evocative.
Remember Point is proud to present "Christmas Cowboys, Mistletoe Diner and other Short Stories: A Collection of New Fiction for the Holidays," now available in paperback on Amazon. The book is also available as an ebook at the Apple iBookstore or Kindle for under five dollars.
"Christmas Cowboys, Mistletoe Diner and other Short Stories: A Collection of New Fiction for the Holidays," is available at Amazon Kindle in both formats:
More books are available by Remember Point, including a Holocaust memoir, a remarkable literary thriller, “Divided We Stand” by Howard Steinberg. Upcoming releases include a non-fiction book about Albert Einstein and his first wife, Mileva Maric, and a children's book illustrated by one of the Pink Panther illustrators.