Christmas novella collections can be lots of fun—a sampling of several authors and styles—and A Log Cabin Christmas offers a tasty sampling. This New York Times bestselling collection contains nine novellas in an attractively bound package, complete with book flaps and ragged-edged pages. The stories are set in various locations in the 1800s, offering plenty of snow and gingerbread, but also interesting historical tidbits, such as the New Madrid earthquake of 1811 and interactions between Anglos and Hispanics in early Texas.
I enjoyed the chance to read novellas from authors I've enjoyed in the past, such as Jane Kirkpatrick, and from authors I hadn't read before and thoroughly enjoyed, such as Liz Johnson, Liz Tolsma, and Michelle Ule. I enjoyed the range from drama to sweet romance to adventure to humor - something for everyone!
This Saturday, December 3, Michelle Ule and I will be signing books at the Family Christian Store in Santa Rosa, California from 11 am to 1 pm. The store is located at 2790 Santa Rosa Ave. #G; Santa Rosa, CA.
Labels: book signing, Log Cabin Christmas, Michelle Ule