Sunday’s Child, a novella by Grace Draven is out today. So yesterday Grace calls me.
She: I finally uploaded it.
Me: Oh good. Send me the cover. I’ll post it on the blog.
She: Thank you.
Me: Of course I would be able to do a better post if someone had sent me an early copy of this novella. And the short story that goes with it.
Me: If only certain someone had sent me a copy.
She: No. You’re not getting a copy. You’re on a deadline, you’re trying to close on the house, and you still need to pack, not to mention your home improvements. You don’t have time to read.
Me: You suck.
She: Go on. Get on with all this stuff.
Sigh. Here is the cover and the description. I’m sure it’s good, but I wouldn’t know. ::eye roll::
The holiday season has arrived, and museum archivist Claire Summerlad envisions a lonely Christmas for herself and her autistic son…until she meets a mysterious new co-worker who seems strangely familiar.
The memory of a Christmas past is brought back to life when Andor Hjalmarson is introduced to the woman he once called Sunday’s Child. A thousand years of exile has made Andor a nomadic wanderer, but is a future with Claire possible with a centuries-old punishment hanging over his head?
Father Christmas meets Norse mythology in this holiday novella from the author of RADIANCE.
–SUNDAY’S CHILD is a holiday novella originally published in the duology All the Stars Look Down. This stand-alone edition also contains the bonus short story, THE KING OF HEL (previously published by Amber Quill Press).–