Naughty Or Nice? A HarperImpulse Christmas Anthology

LoriConnelly Aimee Duffy AngelaCampbell Carmel Harrington CharlottePhillips Erin Lawless Jane Lark Linn B. Halton

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Naughty Or Nice? A HarperImpulse Christmas Anthology

Naughty Or Nice A HarperImpulse Christmas Anthology Enjoy this free festive treat from the HarperImpulse authors this Christmas Inspired by roaring campfires and the cold nights of the Pacific Northwest a group of HarperImpulse authors came together t

  • Title: Naughty Or Nice? A HarperImpulse Christmas Anthology
  • Author: LoriConnelly Aimee Duffy AngelaCampbell Carmel Harrington CharlottePhillips Erin Lawless Jane Lark Linn B. Halton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Enjoy this free festive treat from the HarperImpulse authors this Christmas Inspired by roaring campfires and the cold nights of the Pacific Northwest, a group of HarperImpulse authors came together to write their own round robin style romances.In this special festive Written Fireside, the authors ran a competition to give a reader the chance to start each story in the antEnjoy this free festive treat from the HarperImpulse authors this Christmas Inspired by roaring campfires and the cold nights of the Pacific Northwest, a group of HarperImpulse authors came together to write their own round robin style romances.In this special festive Written Fireside, the authors ran a competition to give a reader the chance to start each story in the anthology with their own opening paragraph Georgia Beyers was the winner and now you can find out how each author followed that paragraph with their incredible storytelling.So settle down, grab a mince pie and join us for a Christmas by the fire

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    One thought on “Naughty Or Nice? A HarperImpulse Christmas Anthology

    1. Cora ☕ Tea Party Princess on said:

      5 Words: Christmas, romance, love, relationships, magic.Each of these stories is all different, despite them all being inspired by the same prompt. In short, it was awesome. A perfect Christmas read.Perhaps my favourite thing about these was the fact that I could read them during my breaks at work. They're the perfect length for a cuppa and great for cheering you up.Best of all? FREE!

    2. Joan on said:

      A lovely collection of short stories, some better than others, one or two okay, but with one really outstanding story that simply blew my mind away:PERFECT by Linn B HaltonThis is an absolute gem of a story. Crisp writing, a wonderful idea behind the story and just perfectly executed. It had me close to tears in places.That story alone deserves 5 stars.

    3. Rebecca (everyday reader) on said:

      One author wrote a paragraph of a story to get the others going and other authors continued the story with their very own interpretation. All of these different stories of Charlotte and Daniel right before Christmas are a good read!!

    4. Carmel Harrington on said:

      I'm one of the authors in this anthology, the five stars awarded here is for Georgia Beyers. She's the author who won the competition to write the opening paragraph, for each of our stories. What a wonderful kick off point, that resulted in so many diverse stories.So five stars to you Georgia Beyers.And P.S. the actual stories are quite good too ;)

    5. Lynn Marie Hulsman on said:

      I'm a contributing author to this anthology.I'm awarding 5 stars to my fellow authors for their thoughtful, entertaining stories that transported me in small bites to the emotional landscape of Christmas. Many thanks to Georgia Byers, who provided the excellent kick-off paragraph, and to author Lori Connelly for curating this collection.

    6. Wendy Jones on said:

      What an interesting idea, to take different authors and see what they do with one starting paragraph. Diverse ideas celebrating the varying styles. A seasonal morsel of emotion from all.

    7. Claire on said:

      All the short stories in this eBook anthology stay with the same paragraph, the authors then develop their own story. I'd not heard of this way or writing before, but found it really interesting and enjoyed finding out how each story developed from that simple starting point.Some of the stories were rather predictable, but still fun to read, light and festive. 

    8. Lisa Carlisle on said:

      3.5 stars from me. I read it because Angela Campbell is becoming one of my favorite authors. I loved her humorous story in this and enjoyed discovering some new authors at the same time. There was only one story I didn't really connect with, but the rest were fast, enjoyable and festive.

    9. Darcysmom on said:

      I love the premise of this short story collection - all the contributing authors start their stories with the same opening paragraph. All of the stories are appealing and helped me get in the Christmas spirit.

    10. Sharon Hughson on said:

      A solid 4.4 out of 5 stars for this anthology. It was better than a handful of Chex mix for breaks between cleaning and working (fewer calories too).The tie between these stories was that they all started with the same paragraph. This kept me from reading more than three stories at a time because all the Charlottes and Daniels kept running together in my mind.I adored "Third Time's the Charm" by AJ Nuest. It had a touch of the magical which I adore in Christmas stories. Was it Santa? Was it an a [...]

    11. Loz on said:

      Considering this is free I think e everyone should download it, as there is something to please all here! It's also a really interesting idea; starting from the same paragraph for each story but a lot end up very different! I think it was the ones which were a bit different that I liked best. A J Nuest's story was most likely my favourite as I loved the touch of magic, it makes a Christmas story complete! Although I also particularly loved Angela Campbell's, Lori Conelly's (which made me tear up [...]

    12. Gwendolyn Carter on said:

      Interesting CollectionEach novella starts as a writing prompt about Charlotte, a heartbroken Daniel, and a rescued cat Each writer was able to determine who each character was and whether or not they ended on the naughty or nice list. This combination created a plethora of decision making situations. Although the ones where Charlotte ended on the nice list were cute and heartwarming, I quite rather enjoyed the naughty stories.

    13. Marie Godley on said:

      A lovely selection of stories and what is unusual is that all of them are started with the same paragraph, the authors then weave their magic and tell their own story. It was interesting to see all the different stories that came about from the same opening.

    14. Shelly on said:

      a very interesting way to have multiple authors work on a story.

    15. Vicki on said:

      Great to read stories that took the same start and ran with it. Each story was unique and I enjoyed them. A very nice Christmas book.

    16. K.J. Chapman on said:

      This review is featured on my blog: writerlybookishstuffI was intrigued by the interesting concept of the writing prompt. The authors held a competiton for the prompt, and the winning prompt was used and adapted by every author in this anthology. As a reader, you get taken on many varying tales from that one prompt.I had to pace myself when reading these stories because a lot of the Charlotte characters started blending in to one. A couple of the authors handled the prompt imaginatively and work [...]

    17. Alyssa on said:

      had this book since last year and since it's almost Christmas, i wanted to make sure that i read it this timee book is good. i like some of the stories and some I don't. this is the reason why it took me awhile to finish. it just began to drag for me even though they are short stories. some stories are just focused on the romance, some have more to offer. I did like the idea that the authors had to maneuver themselves to a specific paragraph. the challenge is pretty good.a good book, something t [...]

    18. Mandi on said:

      This is a series of short stories all by different authors. They were all given an opening paragraph which then inspired their interpretation / continuation of the story about Charlotte & Daniel just before Christmas. This is a really quirky and nice idea for a series of short stories, was ideal to read on my lunch break. I have now chosen to read books by the contributing authors.

    19. Kym on said:

      Contemporary holiday short story collection.This was a collection of 15 short stories developed by authors using the same opening paragraph. The results are uneven. Some of the stories are very good, with well-developed characters and plot, while others are sort of like the result of a school assignment. But overall, it wasn't a waste of time.

    20. Vicky on said:

      It was an ok read. Handy if I didn't have long because each story could be read quickly. Some better than others. Like how different authors used the same start to the story and then the reader got their interpretation of it

    21. D.J. on said:

      An eclectic mix of stories which all have the same beginning but are written by different authors and have different endings.

    22. Connie Easlick on said:

      Great Shorts!These are wonderful short stories, progressing to hot in the back pages! Thanks for all the happy endings! Merry Christmas.Enjoy!

    23. Kasey on said:

      I wanted some of theses stories to be longer or have a spin off. Others were a bit weird. Mostly a good read though.

    24. Sarah on said:

      Too trite for words, and needed a bloody good proof read. halfway through one story the lead character switched names from Daniel to Ben and then back again!Probably the worst book I read all year.

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