If you’re struggling to find that last minute gift for the reader in your life, then look no further. Julie Cameron’s book, Christmas Spirit, is not only a timely read but a fantastic one. In the short time since it has been released, Cameron’s debut novel has received high praise and the positive reviews keep coming. And it’s not just the book that is receiving praise – Cameron has already made a name for herself and has been interviewed by Romance Debuts and Write Life Coaching about her self-publishing journey and why she enjoyed working with us here at BookFuel.
If you’re interested in learning more about Julie Cameron, be sure to check out her blog, follow her on Twitter, or like her on Facebook. If you’re still looking for the perfect gift for the romance reader in your life, then stop by and gift a copy of Christmas Spirit – it won’t disappoint!
Emma Anderson loves Christmas: the lights, the celebrations, and especially her family traditions. She’s also in love with George Landon, her boss at Landon Literary, even though he doesn’t seem to like anyone or anything, including Christmas. But she has a plan to get him to fall in love with her before the end of the year.
Things get complicated when George ends up in a coma, and appears as a spirit that only Emma can see and hear. But even though she has his complete and undivided attention, she still has trouble succeeding with her plan because she keeps getting sidetracked by his gold-digging girlfriend, his flirtatious younger brother, and his own emotional ghosts from Christmases past.
To make matters worse, the clock is ticking and the timetable has been moved up…Emma discovers she now only has until Christmas Day for her plan to succeed. If she fails, both George and her Christmas spirit will be lost to her forever.
Julie Cameron is a screenwriter and book author of humorous women’s fiction.
Although a long-time Colorado resident, she finds downhill skiing an utterly frightening endeavor, and is therefore, much happier hanging out at the base of the slopes reading, or diligently working on her latest storyline, while drinking Chai tea lattes (coconut milk, no whipped cream).
When she isn’t writing, she’s spending time with her friends and family or thinking up excuses to take her nieces and nephews out in search of a chocolate fix.““““““`