Friday, November 2, 2018

Did you know today is National Deviled Egg Day? Who knew? 
I've never been much of a fan of eggs, so I pass on the Deviled eggs whenever they're on a potluck table.

But I love Christmas. It has always been my favorite holiday. It's a time to celebrate my savior's birth, spend time with family, and think about what's important in life. I love the lights on the trees and houses and having family gathered together to share a big meal and lots of gifts. 

I'm also a fan of Christmas novellas and have written a number of them. Here one that recently released:

Old West Christmas Brides

Christmas Romances Filled with the Spirit of the Old West
It is hard for a woman to make a decent living in the Wild West of the late 1800s, and as the Christmas season approaches, prospects for a happy celebration seem dim.

Here's what my story is about:

Unexpected Blessings
by Vickie McDonough

Anna Campbell sets out to deliver two small orphans to their uncle in Texas during December of 1880. Erik Olson knows it’s impossible for those cute little pests to be his brother’s and refuses to accept them—regardless of Anna’s persistence. Little do they know that behind the scenes, Erik’s Uncle Lars and his buddies are doing a little matchmaking, hoping to give the children a father and a mother. 

If you'd like to snag a copy, click here.

Here are some of the other Christmas collections I've been privileged to be a part of. Some of these are older and may be hard to find, but you have options if you're looking for a sweet Christmas read.

So how about you? Do you love Christmas? Or is another holiday your favorite? Do you enjoy reading Christmas romances? 


  1. I love reading (and writing) sweet Christmas romances, Vickie, and yours all look great. Thanks for sharing! And I love deviled eggs. :)

  2. Christmas is such a special and Christmas romances just make the story that much more special.

  3. I love deviled eggs although I haven't had any in years.
    Margaret Daley

  4. Vickie, thank you for sharing about your Christmas collections. I especially love the blurb of UNEXPECTED BLESSINGS! And back to the eggs, a few years ago, someone organizing a church pitch-in suggested that, instead of calling them "deviled eggs," we should say "salad eggs."

    1. LOL - salad eggs. It does seem ironic that at most church potlucks, you can find deviled eggs.