Sing We Now of Christmas by Anne B. Walsh

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Celebrate the holiday spirit with three very different, but very musical, stories from author Anne B. Walsh: "Laeti Triumphantes": Isabel de Maine and Nevan O'Grady find they have similar taste in Christmas carols... what else will they share at Christmas, 1786? From the universe of the Chronicles of Glenscar. "Glorious Song of Old": Eleven-year-old Carol lives on a world where music is forbidden, but that doesn't stop her from wanting it. When a starship set up as a zoo comes to her planet deep in December, she discovers a secret about the creatures on display. The spirit of Christmas prompts her to set the captives free, but that might mean her own dreams will never come true... "The Angel and the Rose": Lady mage Cecily Ashe and her betrothed, Barnabas Lecomte of the Order of Middle Knights, invite you to a ball in honor of their Christmastime wedding. Commoners, or those without magic, need not apply. Come in costume, from a story you doubt the other guests will know. But keep your wits about you, for at this ball, nothing is as it seems...

About Anne B. Walsh

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Anne B. Walsh has been singing Christmas music since she still thought angels said "Gloria in an eggshell sits". For Christmas 2012, she will be singing and ringing with her church choirs at the Roman Catholic Church of the Mispronunciation (name changed to protect the somewhat innocent) in eastern Pittsburgh, PA. Anne's first original novel, historical fantasy A Widow in Waiting (Volume I of the Chronicles of Glenscar), is available through all major e-book retailers, and her anthology of feline-themed fiction, Cat Tales, is due out in the spring of 2013. For more information, follow Anne on Facebook, at
Published December 7, 2012 66 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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