Barnes & Noble Top 100 Bestselling Romantic Comedy and Humorous Mystery Author D. D. Scott is back...this time, with the third book in her new bestselling series co-authored with David Slegg.
What if Santa had a double knee replacement and had to put his BFF Father Time and The Mom Squad's Grams in charge of The Big Red Ride?
For Stuck with Sleigh Bells – think Castle and Beckett, The Good Witch and Maxine in Whoville.
Here’s the scoop, straight from Grams:
And no, I ain’t ringin’ some bell at a Salvation Army pot. Although, I do take part in that each holiday season.
But not today, folks. Not today.
I’m jinglin’ these damn sleigh bells as fast as my scrawny arms can shake ‘em ‘cause word has it that doing so this time of year could have some major ramifications.
I have it on good authority that ringing sleigh bells with gusto can not only ward off bad luck and evil spirits, and trust me, in this family, that’s important stuff. But also, these bells can attract meteorites!
Now, how cool would it be to see Santa Claus comin’ to town ridin’ the big ass tail of a meteorite?!
Okay. Just kidding...sort of. That’s not the reason I’m ringin’ bells. But, for the record, I do think Santa arriving by meteorite would be totally awesome.
And, since I’m gonna be piloting his sleigh this year, I do have a say in its operation. That’s right. You heard it straight from the main elf’s mouth. I, Lucy Weiss, am finally going to be able to check off the top item on my Bucket List, which is to be at the helm of Santa’s sleigh on the most magickal night of all nights. Yes indeed, hold onto your Santa hats! I’m in charge of this year’s Big Red Ride.
Bonus Content Included:
D. D. also treats you to a Sneak Peek at her brand new Christmas book – THE BILLIONAIRES’ CHRISTMAS CLUB - co-authored with Bestselling Amazon Author Theresa Ragan. Think Trading Places meets Tim Allen’s Santa Claus
Included too is an Excerpt from HULLABALOO AND HOLLY TOO, D. D.’s first Cozy Cash Mystery Christmas Novella. Think Will and Kate gone-Bond, James Bond, in The Grinch’s Whoville.
“...one of the top Romantic Comedy/Humorous Mystery writers out right now.” – ENT (Ereader News Today) on D. D. Scott
- Reader clu
This was a cute, and quick read, that highlights the intricacies and downsides of living in a small town where just having an argument can make you a suspect in murder. Murder, romance, and humor. Enjoyable read. --- clu (on Stuck with a Stiff, The Stuck with a Series Book One)
- George H
I subscribed to receive the serial format as soon as it was offered. Looking forward to seeing what D.D. and David come up with next. Highly recommend Stuck with a Stiff! --- George H
- Ruth Harris
“Superfab! WTG, DD & Dave, the hot, new Fun Couple of Serial!” --- Ruth Harris, NYTimes Bestselling Author
D. D. Scott is a Barnes & Noble Top 100 Bestselling Romantic Comedy and Humorous Mystery Author. She’s also a Writer’s Go-To-Gal for Muse Therapy and Indie Epublishing, the Co-Founder of The WG2E - The Writer’s Guide to E-Publishing, and the Founder of The RG2E – The Reader’s Guide to E-publishing. You can get all the scoop on her, her books, her Online Classes and Live Workshops, plus juicy tidbits too from her new cyber home...D. D. Scott-ville.
David Slegg is a Debut Humorous Mystery Author. He grew up on a cattle farm on the banks of the Wabash River and studied Ag Economics at Purdue. He’s been just about everything under the sun - a waiter, a research technician, a bouncer, a salesman, a mapmaker, a bookseller, an ultra-marathon runner, an AutoCAD drafter, and an editor. In his spare time, he recently earned his MLIS (Master of Library and Information Science) from Simmons College in Boston. His friends have been telling him for years that he should write a book. Let’s just say he’s had an unusually high number of improbably unlucky experiences. We’re talking about the sorts of things that you’d find humorous if they were happening to a character in a novel but not so funny if they were happening to you. He’s happy to be inflicting some of these situations on his characters. Hell, it’s probably therapeutic.