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Merry Christmas From Me to You:Free 12/15 to 12/19/2015

514OP6AvXXL._SX312_BO1,204,203,200_The below books and short stories are free through December 19th on Amazon. They are my Christmas gift to you.

Charlie’s Bells: A Short Story Anthology
by Jimmie Aaron Kepler

Charlie’s Bells — A family with a teenaged son with Down-Syndrome moves to town. Life is never the same for Jackson Smith. A story with the feel of Hallmark Movie.

The Prairie Dogs Get Coal Miner’s Helmets With Lights — The residents of Wheeler County Texas have new neighbors. They are prairie dogs who just happen to wear coal miners’ helmets with lights. Who are they? What do they want? From where did they come? Why are they here? Join Billy Bob and his daughter Nancy Jo in their adventure with the prairie dogs. Just north of Shamrock in Wheeler County, Texas, they learn the answers to these questions and that change and letting go is hard.

The Cup — Imagine what can happen when you buy a ceramic coffee cup at your local coffee shop, and it cries out in pain every time it is filled with a hot beverage.

The Paintings — How can a man survive an entire winter snowbound in a high elevation, mountain cabin? The answer is found in “The Paintings.”
Miracle at the Gibson Farm: A Christmas Story — Cancer takes young mother. The bank calls in the note on the family farm. Only a miracle can save the Gibson family farm. But is a miracle possible? An inspirational story from the depression era shows that miracles can happen for some, but not for all. A story with the feel of a Hallmark Movie.
Plus two more– Grits for Breakfast and She Lives on a Busy Street

Available on Amazon


“Cup

The Cup
by Jimmie Aaron Kepler

The Cup … Imagine what can happen when you buy a ceramic coffee cup at your local coffee shop and it cries out in pain every time it is filled with a hot beverage.

Available on Amazon


“Paintings

The Paintings
by Jimmie Aaron Kepler

How can a man survive an entire winter snowbound in a high elevation, mountain cabin? The answer is found in “The Paintings.”

Available on Amazon


“Gone Electric

Gone Electric: A Poetry Collection
by Jimmie Aaron Kepler

In Gone Electric, Jimmie Aaron Kepler uses imagery and feelings. He transports us from Bob Dylan, the summer of love, through the popular culture of the late 1960s and early 1970s to present day. He confronts many issues faced by the Baby Boomer generation. Whether reflecting on the music of his youth, the Apollo missions to the moon, the draft and war or his haunting themes of loneliness, Kepler uses imagery and feelings to define of our daily experience.

Available on Amazon


“Miracle

Miracle at the Gibson Farm: A Christmas Story
by Jimmie Aaron Kepler

Cancer takes young mother. The bank calls in the note on the family farm. Only a miracle can save the Gibson family farm. But is a miracle possible? An inspirational story from the depression era shows that miracles can happen for some, but not for all. A story with the feel an of Hallmark Movie.

Available on Amazon


jak-moustacheJimmie Aaron Kepler is a novelist, poet, book reviewer, and award-winning short story writer. His work has appeared in over twenty venues, including Bewildering Stories and Beyond Imagination. When not writing each morning at his favorite coffee house, he supports his writing, reading, and book reviewing habit working as an IT application support analyst. He is a former Captain in the US Army. His blog Kepler’s Book Reviews was named a 100 best blogs for history buffs in 2010. You can visit him at http://www.jimmiekepler.com.



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