The Holiday Season

For those of you who know me personally, I might seem like a bit of a scrooge.

All right, so I don’t like Christmas songs (excpet Baby, It’s Cold Outside in all it’s many forms) and I don’t like Christmas movies (except for Love, Actually), but I love candy canes, fudge, and all the important things about the holidays. I believe in the religious importance of Christmas and recognize the other religiously significant things going on over the holiday season. I also love the idea of having a time of year where everyone expresses their appreciation for the wonderful people in their lives.

So, as you can see, I’m NOT a scrooge. Not entirely.

And so, in honor of the holiday season, I’m giving YOU the fans, and opportunity to choose the price of the holiday discount for my novella!

The current price is $3.99, so you guys get to choose what that holiday price is going to be! If you want to buy it but don’t want to pay $3.99, this is your chance to pick the price! Just put the price you think my novella should run for the holidays and I shall make a corresponding coupon for each price that is put into the comments! Minimum price, 99 cents.




About Charlotte Blackwood

Charlotte Blackwood is a self-employed aspiring author working on perfecting her first novella/ first novel. She is a current student at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, CA. If you're looking for a reading list (someday she'll add her own works to the list), she's currently supporting Anna Karenina, anything by Dickens, anything by Tolkien, anything by JK Rowling, A Song of Ice and Fire, and The Hunger Games.

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