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The Wild Rose has one of my short, short – stories for free…. http://www. thewildrosepress. com/index. php?main_page=index&cPath=180&sort=7a&filter_id=25&alpha_filter_id=0 Enjoy if the above link doesn't work... Just go to www. TheWildRosePress. com and under Categories Click on FREE READS From the Drop Down ALL AUTHORS Choose me - Christine Columbus

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The List Goes On ...

5. A sense of Magic, a slight of hand, 6. A reader – well actually lots of readers 7. The story to be satisfying – for me and the reader 8. Fun Which according to the review from The Romance Studio… I have managed to do… Christmas Mischief Christine Columbus Contemporary romance Available from The Wild Rose Press December 2007 Heading to her Grandma’s, out in the country, for Christmas, Amber gets stuck with a flat tire. Then her dog accidentally locks her out of the car without her coat, her cell phone and no way to call for help. She’s caught acting like a fool trying to get back into her car by a very handsome stranger, who after helping her out and flirting like crazy, doesn’t even ask for her phone number. What else could possibly go wrong? What a cute story. Amber and Tony make a very cute couple. You know that any man who would help a little old lady who was recently widowed would make a great guy to spend yo

What is it you want most?

On my Florida Romance Writers Cruise... I found one way to answer the question is to make a list of 20.... Writing I want: 1. Characters who aren't bound by fear 2. A reader to laugh out loud 3. A beginning, middle and an end 4. The premise of the story to be possible Like Kelli Zel's Master Sergeant Lola Moore is tired of the same tired type of guy she’s been dating, and hasn’t had a good date in a long time. A chance meeting with a US Army Master Sergeant and a winter storm are about to change all that! When Lola encounters the sexy Sergeant in the grocery store their attraction is instantaneous and they flirt as they pass each other through out the store. But it isn’t until Lola accidently runs into him with her cart that she decides to do anything about it. Fearing he might really be hurt and that if she lets him walk away she’ll never see him again, Lola takes him home. One thing is for certain, i