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Christmas Night with Cinderella and her surprise gift on the Christmas Tree

Guess what Cinderella found on her Christmas tree . . . a glass slipper.

Did the prince put it there?

We’ll find out in the New Year as we continue our princess adventures . . .

Merry Christmas night, everyone!

Here’s a still from the video:

Love Cinderella’s gown and tiara

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A Kentucky Christmas and a holiday piano on #KentuckyDay

A small fictional town in my Christmas Piano Tree story

 

I remember Christmas in Kentucky when I was a kid.

We lived in a lot of states, but I loved Kentucky with its beautiful woods and small towns like Versailles and Corbin.

And Kissing Creek.

Oh, but wait . . .

Kissing Creek exists only in “The Christmas Piano Tree.”

It’s my manuscript on submission to Hallmark Publishing . . .

It’s a homespun small town where a pretty young war widow lives with her little girl. When an old Army buddy of her late husband shows up looking for a hot meal, she’s intrigued . . . he’s homeless, but he has a secret that will change her life!

Keep you posted . . .

Jina

PS — actually I have two Christmas books on submission to Hallmark!

Kentucky Christmas and a holiday piano on #NationalKentuckyDay

 

I remember Christmas in Kentucky when I was a kid. We lived in a lot of states, but I loved Kentucky with its beautiful woods and small towns like Versailles and Corbin.

And Kissing Creek.

But Kissing Creek exists only “The Christmas Piano Tree.” A homespun small town where a pretty young war widow lives with her little girl. When an old army buddy of her late husband shows up looking for a meal, she’s intrigued . . .

Discover the magic of the Christmas Piano Tree. on Kindle and Kindle Unlimitied.

 

 

 

National Cocoa Day…why not invite Santa in for a cup of hot cocoa?

I couldn’t resist inviting Santa in to have a cup of cocoa…it’s so cold and windy and rainy…and the poor darling lost his Santa jacket somewhere over the Rocky Mountains.

So here he is…(sigh) ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Enjoy, ladies, it doesn’t get any better than this!

~Jina

PS — my hunky Santa reminds me of my handsome soldier who play Santa for the girls at the Mary HuberChris_Piano_Tree_Cover_Final_500x800 School in “The Christmas Piano Tree” when Kristen, my heroine, recruits him for the job on Christmas Eve:

Silky white flour.

Combed into his dark beard like fluffy snow.

Kristen couldn’t help but notice that he was so handsome. Square jaw. Straight nose. Clear hazel green eyes that never left her. Watching her when she brushed flour into his beard, her fingers gliding over his cheeks, his neck.

Whoever thought her Santa would be a homeless vet?

Find out who this mysterious Santa is in The Christmas Piano Tree available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

 

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