It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas (Reads) GIVEAWAY: Muskoka Holiday Morsels

Posted December 15, 2023 by meezcarrie in Author Interview, Carolyn Miller, Christian, Christmas, contemporary, giveaway, It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas (Reads) 2023, romance / 18 Comments

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Reads 2023

today’s 1st book: Muskoka Holiday Morsels

We are continuing this year’s blog series spotlighting (over 70 this year) new and recently-released Christmas reads! This is the 7th year for the Christmas Reads Giveaway series, and I think I get more excited about it every year 🙂 Christmas is only TEN days away, according to Google! So… snuggle in, grab your fave hot beverage (wassail anyone?) and comfiest blanket, turn on some Christmas tunes and start your bookish Christmas list! And no doubt you know the drill by now – there are GIVEAWAYS with EACH POST in this series??!! (Because authors are awesome!)

Muskoka Holiday Morsels by Carolyn Miller

SERIES: Muskoka Shores #5
GENRE: Contemporary Romance Short Stories (Christian)
RELEASE DATE: November 2, 2023
PAGES: 268

Muskoka Holiday Morsels is a collection of short romance stories with holiday and Christmas themes, perfect for a cozy read.

Meet some new friends and catch up with some Muskoka favorites, and discover romance in the holiday season in this collection of bite-sized stories filled with hope, heart, humor, and all the feels.


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‘Tis the Season to be…Reading Short Stories!

by Carolyn Miller, author of Muskoka Holiday Morsels

It might be the most wonderful time of the year, but it sure gets busy, doesn’t it?

As someone who has been an avid reader all my life, I love snuggling into bed after a big day writing / cooking / chasing children (don’t worry, they’re my own) / feeding husband and children and dog and chooks / cleaning doing all the other things, and settling in with a good book. It’s my time to relax. But I found last year that with doing everything from helping run and sing at our community Christmas carols, to organizing presents, meals, etc, that my time to really read was constantly interrupted, and I was too tired to pay attention to a story of any great length. So, after reading a collection of short stories based on Miss Marple and realizing that short stories were the perfect length to read in a busy season, I decided that for my Christmas release this year I’d do a collection of short stories with holiday themes.

So in Muskoka Holiday Morsels you’ll find everything from Thanksgiving to Christmas to New Year’s and more, in a collection of standalone stories featuring characters from the small town Muskoka Romance series. Whether you’ve read the other books in the series or not, you’ll love meeting some new friends or catching up with old ones, in this sweet collection with weddings and proposals and family reunions and more. Designed so each story can be read as a standalone, and with lengths ranging from 3000 to 10,000 words, you can read it all in one night or read it each over twelve nights, and fall to sleep with a smile on your face.

Happy reading!

Find out more about the Muskoka small town Christian contemporary romance series here. (And see pics from my Muskoka trip on my website, where you can also sign up for my newsletter and get a free Christmas-themed novella). Now for a giveaway of an ebook of Muskoka Holiday Morsels: tell me where is your favorite place to read? Let’s chat!

Carolyn Miller

Carolyn Miller is a bestselling Australian author of historical and contemporary romance. A longtime lover of romance, especially that of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer’s Regency era, Carolyn holds a BA in English Literature, and loves drawing readers into fictional worlds that show the truth of God’s grace in our lives. Her Regency novels include the nine books of the Regency Brides series and the Regency Wallflowers series. Her contemporary novels include those in the Independence Islands series and the Original Six hockey romance series.

Her stories have been described by Publishers Weekly as “a winsome exploration of life, love and faith” and witty “with snappy repartee that rockets off the page” (Library Journal). Readers enjoy these books that are humorous yet also deal with real issues, such as dealing with forgiveness, the nature of really loving versus ‘true love’, and other challenges. Her novels can be considered ‘inspirational’, and may appeal to readers of Christian fiction, who want stories of hope and redemption – with a twist of Aussie humour. Connect with Carolyn at her website.

Muskoka Holiday Morsels giveaway

Carolyn Miller is offering an ebook copy of Muskoka Holiday Morsels to one of my readers! (Void where prohibited by law or logistics.) This giveaway is subject to Reading Is My SuperPower’s giveaway policies which can be found here. Enter via the Rafflecopter form below.

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What about you? What makes you want to read Muskoka Holiday Morsels by Carolyn Miller? Where is your favorite place to read?

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18 responses to “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas (Reads) GIVEAWAY: Muskoka Holiday Morsels

  1. Janice Moore

    Anywhere is my favorite place to read, but on second thought, I’ll say my sunroom.
    I agree that reading short stories at this time of year has its advantages!

  2. Kasi Walas

    I’m eager to read ‘Muskoka Holiday Morsels’ by Carolyn Miller because I love the idea of immersing myself in heartwarming, holiday-themed stories. Miller’s writing, known for its engaging narratives and charming characters, seems perfect for creating that cozy holiday mood. The setting in Muskoka adds an extra layer of allure, promising a picturesque backdrop to the stories. It’s always a joy to read tales that capture the essence of the holiday spirit, and this collection sounds like it will be a delightful addition to my seasonal reading list.

    As for my favorite place to read, it’s definitely my cozy nook at home. It’s a quiet corner with a comfortable armchair, soft lighting, and a warm blanket. Surrounded by my favorite books, it’s my little sanctuary where I can unwind and get lost in different worlds. Whether it’s a bright summer afternoon or a chilly winter evening, this spot always feels just right for a good book

  3. Sylvia M.

    I want to read this book because I love reading books by Carolyn Miller. My favorite reading spot is on the couch.

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