Two Unforgettable Christmases

Two Unforgettable Christmases

by Morgan St. James

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BN ID: 2940032889519
Publisher: Morgan St. James
Publication date: 11/23/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 130 KB

About the Author

By going to my website you will find links where you can buy my books that are in print or audio formats.

A self-described workaholic, Morgan is an entertaining speaker, and frequently appears on author’s panels, meet the author events, at conferences as a workshop presenter and on podcasts. She writes columns for the Las Vegas and Los Angeles editions of and is a founding member and Vice President of Sisters in Crime Southern Nevada and editor of their monthly newsletter On The Prowl.

She also is a member of Sisters in Crime Los Angeles, Las Vegas Writers Group, Greater Los Angeles Writers Society, Henderson Writers Group and Public Safety Writers Association.

Under the pen name Arliss Adams, her Twist of Fate romantic suspense series was launched in August 201O with Devil’s Dance available in all formats including audio to be followed by The Devil’s Due in October 2010.

Morgan and her sister Phyllice Bradner co-author the funny, award-winning Silver Sisters Mysteries series. A Corpse in the Soup, named best mystery audio book 2007 by USA Book News, was followed by Seven Deadly Samovars. They are targeting release of the third Silver Sisters mystery, Vanishing Act in Vegas in late 2011.

Her short stories appear in Women on the Edge on Kindle and as a Smashwords ebook, Chicken Soup for the Soul books, and other anthologies such as Writers Bloc II and The World Outside the Window, The Mystery of the Green Mist, Dreamspell Nightmares and Dreamspell Revenge anthologies.

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