Pickle can’t seem to get any sleep during the night, so she tiptoes into the kitchen for a midnight snack. But the others are very noisy downstairs and her craving doesn’t seem to go away. Will she figure it out with the help of Cherry or is it a deeper issue?
When Aphrodite sends her off to a sex convention in Canary Wharf, Eudora makes the flight and shows up. But will she manage to fulfill the terms of her contract, when she has nothing entertaining to show people, when an unusual Santa is hogging all the attention and when her own insecurities drag her down?
This is a Christmas special of the Influencer book series.
WARNING: Contains explicit futanari/hermaphrodite content.
You better watch out for airstrikes. You better not cry, when your buddy dies. You better not pout, when your house gets levelled. I’m telling you, they’re here and they don’t like you.
They’re making a list of captives, and they’re crosschecking them with our handy little check-ins and DNA databases.
They’re gonna find out who’s been naughty in their lives and who’s nice and stupid to a fault.
They’re coming to town.
They see you when you’re sleeping at night. They know when you’re awake in terror. They know if you’ve been bad or good, so no matter what you do it makes no difference at all.
You better watch out for airstrikes. Cause they like them a lot. You better not cry, when your family dies, cause you’re next on the red dot.
No, wait. Start the presses. Start them. Bad analogy.
The retelling of “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens is now on paperback.
Scrooge is looking for a taxi to get home on Christmas Eve. But he will get the ride of his life, as he is walked through his past, his present and his future to end up a changed man.
Set in modern day Athens, this science-fiction version of the classic ghost story is guaranteed to bring shivers down your spine and a smile to your face.
“It isn’t too late for all us Scrooges, and this story did make me see more than the classic.”
“An entertaining, uplifting novella perfect to read during Christmastime.”
“This is a rollicking, hiccup producing, laugh out loud morality play that would make Dickens sit up and take notice. A lot of fun!”
Look at these gorgeous Victorian illustrations by Arthur Rackham, the book illustrator of Ebenezer Scrooge’s story. A fine Mythographer indeed. His gritty, realistic drawings inspired the director Guillermo del Toro, who cites Rackham as an influence on the design of “The Faun” of Pan’s Labyrinth.
Sounds fun. Can I get it in time for cozy reading with twinkly ambiance?
Get the paperback book just in time for Christmas:
It’s available on Amazon and other regional stores.
ADVENT: 24 Days of Christmas – Seasonal Mega Box Set: 24 Books – 24 Authors
Advent: A festive book for every single day of December right up to Christmas Day! Seasonal stories to warm your winter nights. Ho Ho Ho Happy Reading!
Book Available Only Until New Year’s Eve
Stella Wilkinson – A Christmas Gift
Cynthia E. Hurst – Potluck
A.E. Wasp – Christmas Outing
Tony Bertauski – Claus (Legend of the fat man)
Kristy Tate – Witch Wishes
Stacy Claflin – Seaside Christmas
DeAnna Cameron – Jingly Bells
Lucy Shea – Christmas with you
Demelza Carlton – Maid for the South Pole
George Saoulidis – The Impossible Quest of Hailing a Taxi on Christmas Eve
Lisa Grace – 12 Angels by Christmas
J.J. Green – Carrie Hatchett’s Christmas
Shay Roberts – Christmas with the Vampire
Jeanette Raleigh – Elemental Angel : A Time for Peace
Caroline Mickelson – Miss Kane’s Christmas
David Neth: Snow after Christmas
Minna Lune – The Christmas Wish
C. Coal – Puppy Love Holiday Surprise
Susan Amanda Kelly – Cooked Goose
Janice Croom – Death of a Murder Magnet
CeeCee James – Kisses in the Snow
DJ Shaw – A break from the blood
Ya Ya Blassingame – Missing in Rome Harbor
Jessie G. Talbot – B or How the Bogeyman didn’t save Christmas