Joanna Foreman employs her crazy imagination by writing short fiction and slice-of-life vignettes. The favorable response to her first ghost story collection, Ghostly Hauntings of Interstate 65, inspired her latest work in progress--In Bed With a Ghost. She has been published in the Indian Creek Anthology Series of the Southern Indiana Writers' Group, and has recently completed her memoir, a chronicle of her Jehovah's Witness childhood and the freedom and happiness she found after leaving organized religion.
The Gift by Mary Kate Brogan
It's Christmas In Ireland, and two men vie for Katherine Fannon's hand in marriage. Will she choose Arthur and the bright lights of Manhattan or Seamus and her Irish farm that he wants to save?
Jamey and the Alien by Jenny Twist
Jamey only wants one thing for Christmas. He wants his Daddy to come home. But first he has to kill the alien.
An Elfin Secret by Brenda Whiteside
When five-year-old Candace Cane questions why her father, Henry is an absent parent, her mother is speechless. But when Candace learns Daddy is an Elf named Santa Clause, life becomes magical…until Mommy dies and Henry and Santa cease to exist. In this Christmas fantasy, Candace discovers magic lies within her heart and she's never far from her mother or her father.
Saving Christmas by Nell DuVall
A woman wonders if she'll even have a Christmas when her husband turns up missing near the Afghanistan border and turns to helping a young teen to forget her worries.
On the Way to the Snow Ball by Brenda Whiteside
Lovely, rich Marie Louise Le Mare apparently has everything in life. So what can the handsome man in the red suit possibly give her? When they're trapped in an elevator with only each other for company, a surprise gift exchange makes this Christmas special.
Uncle Albert's Christmas by Jenny Twist
Elaine loves managing people. The only problem is, she usually makes their lives a misery. So Uncle Albert is in despair when she invites him for Christmas. But Albert's neighbour has other ideas. Could it be that Elaine has met her match?
Vicarious Christmas by Joanna Foreman
If it's not one thing, it's your mother, they say. My mother's religion disallowed Christmas celebrations. How does an eight-year-old girl get into the Christmas spirit and keep her mother happy at the same time?
Melange anthology of eight stories: "Spellbound at Midnight" by Isabelle Kane and Audrey Tremaine, "Room 1309.5" by John M. Mecom, "Mansion of Nightmares" by Walt Trizna, "Uncle Vernon" by Jenny Twist, "Half Seen, Half Hidden" by John Steiner, "Ghost Taxi" by Joanna Foreman, "Telltale Signs" by Tori L Ridgewood, "The Origin of Fear" by Tara Fox Hall