Write ChristmasBy Thommy Hutson
“This heartwarming fantasy updates a favorite Christmas trope as a Scrooge-like woman is given the magical gift of a new perspective on her life. Christmas enthusiasts will find this hits the spot.” ~Publishers Weekly
“... a blend of romance and fantasy in A Christmas Carol style of writing. An outstanding inspirational
read for the holidays.” ~Midwest Book Review
A contemporary, holiday fantasy with a new twist
on A Christmas Carol and It’s A Wonderful Life
Abby Nicholson used to love Christmas. Until she didn’t.
After leaving Winter Glen, the small town famous for its Christmas celebration and her family’s greeting card company, Abby is forced to return to the home she left behind when the unexpected passing of her father thrusts the business into her hands.
Turning her back on the magic of the holiday beloved by her father and the town, she decides to sell the business. Signing the paperwork with the very pen her father used to create it, she is shocked to discover her hometown has become a whole new world.
One where Christmas has vanished!
Now stuck in a place devoid of hope, joy, and the spirit of the season, Abby sees family and friends altered in the most terrible of ways.
Determined to set things right, though unsure how, Abby takes out her father’s pen and begins to draw. When she realizes her art is coming to life, she sets out to recreate the holiday and bring back the most wonderful time of the year.
But some are determined to keep an iron grip on the town and will do anything in their power to stop her.
“A story of second chances, Write Christmas will make you believe in the magic of the season again.” ~The Nerd Daily
“An enjoyable and heartwarming holiday tale with hints of those Christmas classic stories that many of us grew up reading and/or watching. Love those warm-hearted holiday stories filled with Christmas magic? Then readers will definitely delight in Write Christmas.” ~Movies, Shows, and Books
“WRITE CHRISTMAS is a Hallmark Christmas movie that lives in my Kindle. It’s a delightful story full of hope, transformation, and charming characters straight out of a Dickens tale.” ~T.H. Hernandez, Goodreads