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12 Days of Christmas with D L Jackson

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12 Days of Christmas Extravaganza is being brought to you by Peggy at Pawing Through Books, Jennifer at Books and Barks, and myself. 
Each day for the next 12 days each of our blogs will feature a different author. There will be guest posts, interviews and giveaways! So be sure to stop at each blog to join in the fun!
A special thank you to all the authors who are participating and those who have donated prizes!
Merry Christmas! Today's guest is: D L Jackson

When we were asked to write the Christmas stories for the1NightStand series at Decadent Publishing, they gave us two requirements. One, it had to be named after a Christmas Carol, and two, it had to be set in Alaska. Now I have mentioned several times about why I picked This Endris Night as my title, but I’ve never mentioned why I chose to start my story out in the wilds of the Great North instead of in the lodge, the final setting. “The Earth has a soul, she has a pulse,” my father used to say. “Respect her and she’ll respect you.” …

12 Days of Christmas With Boone Brux

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12 Days of Christmas Extravaganza is being brought to you by Peggy at Pawing Through Books, Jennifer at Books and Barks, and myself. 
Each day for the next 12 days each of our blogs will feature a different author. There will be guest posts, interviews and giveaways! So be sure to stop at each blog to join in the fun!
A special thank you to all the authors who are participating and those who have donated prizes!
Merry Christmas! Today's guest is: Boone Brux

Traditions
Traditions come in all shapes and sizes. In my book, Shield of Fire, they’re grand, life-saving, and even apocalyptic. But for those of us mere mortals, holiday traditions can be as simple as baking cookies or wearing a Santa hat at work.
One of my favorite family traditions is our once-a-year, Sunday breakfast at the Golden Corral Buffet, in our pajamas. Slippers, robes, colorful flannel pants, anything is allowed. Outsiders are welcome as long as they adhere to the dress code. Those who embrace the tradition show up with u…