The Christmas Wish

The Christmas WishThink of the greatest wish you have ever made after seeing a shooting star in the sky or after the rare miraculous find of a four-leaf clover or when blowing dandelion seeds off their stem or when blowing out the candles on your birthday cake.

Chances are, the wish you made was something that came directly from the center of your heart. The reason why is, when you have a real chance to acquire it, you will make the wish count by asking for something that really matters to you.

But wishing on things like candles and clovers and stars is just a make-believe thing, right? It couldn’t really happen … could it?

That’s what Holly believed, a mid-twenties girl who decided to write a letter to Santa on Christmas Eve. And when she did, she didn’t believe that her wish would come true the very next morning.

But when she awoke in a crib, Holly’s Christmas day would become the wish she never truly believed in … until that very moment.

The Christmas Wish is a tale of innocent dreams and of living life not for the future or from the past, but rather, for the present moment and for everything it could possibly hold.

And all Holly had to do to receive her Christmas Wish was to believe … again.

Sample:  Twas the Wish Before Christmas

This is a free ebook, my Christmas gift to all of you.  And the links below will take you to the ebook format of your choice.

Smashwords.com is an ebook site that offers ebooks in all formats.  This includes Kindle, Nook, Ibook and more.

Amazon insists on charging you a minimum of 99 cents for this book, but you can download a Kindle formatted ebook for free on Smashwords.com.

Barnes and Noble also insists on charging you a minimum of 99 cents for this book, but you can download a Nook formatted ebook for free on Smashwords.com.

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Merry Christmas, ABDLers of this world.

Zorro Daddy

2 responses to “The Christmas Wish

  1. Pingback: Twas the Wish Before Christmas – Both Parts | zorrodaddy.com

  2. Lovely story, thank you. Have a good Christmas

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