Friday, December 02, 2011

Naomi Bellina and the Perfect Gift is a Book

This is the book for anyone who has ever opened a Christmas card anticipating a friendly greeting, a heartfelt message, or perhaps a family picture, and instead received a lengthy report from the sender on all the banal, tedious events of the past year. You can shriek, you can cry, you can run straight for the paper shredder, howling like a banshee, or you can buy a book that will make you laugh at the absurdity of holiday newsletters.

For those who need a little pick-up during this festive season, Christmas Letters From Hell by Michael Lent is the perfect gift to lighten the mood and spread holiday cheer. Grab a copy for your loved one, your best buddy and yourself, and get ready to laugh out loud at this collection of Yuletide epistles from the Wac-A-Moles, the family dog, Dr. Phil, a sea monkey, and many others.
And when you're in the mood for a scary, sexy adventure, check out:

When Irish Eyes Are Evil by Naomi Bellina
Paranormal Erotic Romance

A sexy vampire with evil on his mind has Rachael playing detective to find a way to subdue him before he can destroy her.

Sent to the space station in lieu of prison, Rachel longs to escape and return to Earth. An encounter with a charming bartender, Brody, makes her reconsider, until she realizes that he is not what he seems. Racing against time, Rachel must find a way to permanently eliminate Brody before she falls prey to his evil plot and is killed in the process.

With the help of a sexy crew member, a friend back home and another of Brody’s victims, Rachel devises a dangerous plan to kill the fiend and save herself and other potential victims.

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Cathy M said...

Oh man, I've received some of those kind of newsletters too, and tend to dose off half way through, lol.

Love your book idea.

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Mary Kirkland said...

I've only ever received one family newsletter as a christmas card one time and that was enough. I just don't get that idea at all, no one really wants to read about they?

Christmas Letters from Hell...omg that sounds like a riot, I have to have it now. Thanks.

Ashley said...

LOL! Can't wait to read Christmas Letters From Hell. Heading over to Amazon to buy now. Thanks for the recommendation. ;)

Anne said...

I've only received a couple of newsletters and they were primarily from people we didn't really know. Why would people send out such personal (and boring)information?!?

Patti P said...

I get a few. Sometimes I read and sometimes not.
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