Cover Reveal | Turning Wood

turning woodGuess what I have… This is the cover of Turning Wood a short little Christmas story that will be released on the 14th of December.

Have you read my Nortown stories? This isn’t a Nortown story, but some things mentioned in the Nortown stories are present here as well. I thought I’d be fun to write something similar to Nortown and the more I wrote the more I slipped into that familiar world. I have yet to decide if I should make a series or not, for now, it’s just this one story.

Pretty cover, isn’t it? I’m in love at least LOL.

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For Otho Newcomer, the small village of Snowmelt is a haven from his old life. If he’s not exactly a changed man, he at least hopes to keep his distance from all those easy romances, and the inevitable heartache and disappointment that have always followed.

Mason Dager is an idiot. His ex has cleared out his bank account, sold his car and gotten him thrown out of his apartment. And he has no one to blame but himself. But what better way to celebrate a new chapter in his life—one that includes homelessness and the humiliation of telling his family they were right all along—than to spend Christmas at a swanky winter resort like River Cove? It’s already paid for after all.

When a very drunk Mason makes yet another dumb decision, Otho comes to the rescue, throwing the two men together during the most magical time of the year.

What should be the wrong choice for both of them, might be exactly what they need. They’ll just have to survive a nosy best friend, an asshole of an ex, and the scars of their pasts.

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