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Title: Reindeer Games
Author: Kenzie Cade
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Cover Artist: London Calling
Genre: Fantasy, Fiction
Dashing von Stride has one thing on his mind: winning the window display contest for the Miracle on Main Christmas Contest. His plans are set and ready—and then he walks into his toy store, Reindeer Games, to find a sleigh that shouldn’t be there. The mystery sleigh sparks a new plan, however, and now all Dash needs is the perfect Santa to model his display after.
This year, the pranks with his reindeer have gotten out of hand. Instead of preparing for the Big Day, Niklaus Kringle is hunting for his missing sleigh. Locating it should have been easy, but games easily won are seldom worth playing…
Twelve Days of Holiday Movies
My Favorite Holiday Films by Kenzie Cade
Hey guys! Thanks for stopping by today and thanks to Prism Book Alliance for having me! If you follow me on social media or at one of the blog stops I’ve made, you know that I adore this holiday season. Usually it’s colder here, even in Arkansas, around this time of year (although yesterday and today it’s in the 70s), so when I curl up to read a book or watch a movie, it’s with a fire crackling near. I have a tradition on Christmas to watch Princess Bride. I know, I know. It’s not a Christmas story, but it’s tradition, and no one messes with tradition in my family.
Up to and following December 25th, there is usually at least one Christmas movie on my television. I have so many favorites, classics and not so classic. I thought I’d share them, and hopefully hear some of your favorites as well.
- It’s a Wonderful Life—it goes without saying that I love this movie. The Dickens-esque story of George Bailey finding life beyond business is and always will be one of my favorites.
- Elf—Nothing makes me laugh so much as Will Ferrell as a Christmas elf. He’s hilarious while falling in love and finding a family.
- A Christmas Story—This movie was a staple of my childhood and one of my adult life as well.
- The Santa Clause—Tim Allen as an accidental Santa. I love this world and the warm feeling this story brings to family and Christmas.
- Miracle on 34th Street—Another classic that I cannot live without. To be honest, I like both the original and the remake. I’m not picky. I love the story in all its tellings.
- The Holiday—This movie never fails to make me smile. It’s a sweet and romantic story with the addition of an uncommon friendship. It’s adorable, fun, and heart-warming.
- The Family Stone—Okay, so this is not your classic Christmas story. In fact, it’s a mish-mash of romance, chaos, and crazy family shenanigans.
- Meet Me In St. Louis—Judy Garland, music, and romance. I adore this movie and always have.
- Christmas Holiday—because Gene Kelly. Need I say more?
- A Charlie Brown Christmas—There’s not a Winter that’s passed, since I was a kid, that I haven’t watched this movie.
- National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation—The Christmas tree scene cracks me up every time. I can literally quote every notable line from this movie.
- Surviving Christmas—Okay, so I know this is an odd choice, but from the moment Ben Affleck steps on the squeaky step to the end, this movie causes me fits of giggles.
I’m giving away one ebook copy of Reindeer Games. Just tell me your favorite Holiday Movie and why.
About the Author
Kenzie Cade was born and raised in the South where she spends her days in the field of private medicine observing interesting people and committing them to memory for later use. When she isn’t reading, experimenting with recipes, or being distracted by social media, Kenzie spends time with her family, friends, and fur-babies who likes to keep her company while she writes. Writing to keep the fictional voices at bay, Kenzie enjoys the journeys her characters travel to find their happy endings, and she loves the challenge of writing a great love story.
I have a number of paperbacks, most of which are signed, to giveaway. Over the between now (11 Mar 2017) and 31 Mar 2017, every comment on the blog (this post and all other new posts), will be entered to win 1 of these paperbacks. There are also some misc swag items, so there will be a few packs of these to give away as well.
Thank you so much for your support over the last 4 years. Prism will be closing its doors on 1 April 2017. All content will remain available, but no new content will appear after 31 Mar 2017. As such all request forms have been turned off. Again Thank you,
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