A Wish for Christmas – 20 Stories for the Holiday Season

Women’s Fiction

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Enjoy the festive season with a little cheer from Alfie Dog Fiction. Put your feet up and revel in all that is best of Christmas and New Year with 20 stories from authors across the globe. Stories range from the moving to the amusing, the romantic to the tussle of family life.

Add a little sparkle to your Christmas with A Wish for Christmas

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Happy New Year – Sandra Woolfenden

1000 words Women’s Fiction

As time moves on we see things differently. New Year is a time for making resolutions (and often breaking them!). It is so much easier if we feel that not only are they worthwhile but we can keep them.

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It’s two years since I’ve seen Rick and I realise quite a few months since he’s invaded my thoughts. He is watching me across the room and I wonder how long he’s been staring at me. I don’t particularly want to speak to him so I don’t acknowledge my awareness of him. The party is quite crowded, so unless he makes a concerted effort I can actually ignore him. By my side, Terry says, “Are you all right, Leanne?” “Yes, of course,” I return brightly, a fixed smile on my face. Rick is a long time ago now.

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The Butterfly Brooch – Sandra Woolfenden

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The story of a young girl’s rebellion after the death of her parents, the rebellion hiding the caring person underneath.

 

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“I need to sort out my will,” Gran told me urgently, “that’s why I’ve rung to ask Mr Singleton to visit this afternoon.” “Sure you’re up to it?” I asked. “Not really.” She gave me a brave little smile, “but that’s why I need to do it now.” I turned away so she wouldn’t see my tears. I try to not let anyone see me crying. It comes from years of practice so it didn’t show when I was hurt or could feel the reproach.

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