Spotlight: SEASONS – Free Mixed-genre Short Story Collection

News Flash –  A bunch of talented writers over at Clean Indie Reads have put together a mixed-genre anthology of  short stories and it’s free for a limited time only.  What  a great opportunity to discover your next favorite author and maybe fill up that Kindle/tablet you found under the tree last week.

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Nine New Stories in Six Popular Genres. Whether you enjoy mystery, romance, fantasy, or paranormal, this collection has something for you.

Escape into this seasonal-themed short story collection. Nine authors have teamed up to offer you fresh, new stories in a variety of genres. In this flinch-free fiction set, every featured story is proud to be a clean read, free from harsh language, sex, and graphic violence.

This collection is only available for a limited time, so grab it now while you can!

WINTER
  • Saving Peters Tree Farm by Debbie White (contemporary romance): Charlotte is determined to help the family’s struggling Christmas tree farm. What she doesn’t expect is an old love interest to come back into her life, only to steal her heart once again.
  • Mistress of Snow and Ice by Jeffrey Collyer (fantasy): When a terrifying beast attacks their forest home, fifteen-year-old Yela must escape into the mountains with several children. Little does she realise what additional terrors threaten them there… or that the fate of her entire people will rest on decisions she and her young charges will be forced to make.
SPRING
  • Springtime Murder by Marla Bradeen (cozy mystery): Polly Blake never expects her family’s annual spring barbecue to kick off with her uncle dropping dead in her backyard. When his death is ruled a homicide, it’s up to her to figure out who the murderer is.
  • Dogwood Sprocket by Bokerah Brumley (sci-fi steampunk romance): In 2287, Grace daydreams about living in a bygone era, but when a bearded inventor opens a doorway from his timeline to hers, Grace gets transported to an alternate 1887. Now all she can think about is getting home.
SUMMER
  • Red Orchid (fantasy) by Lea Doue: Vanda’s family hides a dangerous secret. When two strangers enter the woods near their home, Vanda must choose whether to trust them or to heed her father’s advice and stay away.
AUTUMN
  • Special by Michelle Bolanger (paranormal romance): Andrew Matthews doesn’t expect anything out of the ordinary when he arrives at work for a routine orientation of his grocery store’s new hires, but he is instantly intrigued with the beautiful and quirky Charlotte Mays. Her shy innocence mixed with playful banter is irresistible, and he soon realizes there is something extra special about her.
  • Out on a Limb by Ava Mallory (cozy mystery): Dropping her daughter off at college is the hardest thing Mercy Mares ever thought she’d have to do. That is, until a strange encounter with a not-so-friendly man plants her and her entire family smack dab in the middle of a murder investigation. Mayhem and the mob weren’t on the itinerary, but neither was murder. Will Mercy survive her trip to the big city?
  • Blind Date by Myra Kendrix (romantic comedy): Eco-blogger Sophia is a rebel with a cause who convinces her matchmaking friend Gwen to introduce her to hotshot green-tech millionaire, Jake–but only after she goes on three dates with a yawn-worthy restaurateur named Matt. Will Sophia be able to keep up her end of the bargain?
  • Spirit Moves by Lisa B. Thomas (mystery/suspense): Corey’s life in the small Texas town of Maycroft has spun out of control ever since his stepfather Michael came into the picture. However, greater forces may be at work when one decision changes everything in this tale of psychological suspense.

So where can you get your copy?

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