Narlen and Eveline Evans have been happily married for 41 years. They live in the Central Texas area. Narlen is retired and now spends all his time on trike building, woodcarving, and volksmarching. They wrote this short story together. It was his idea and her wordsmithing that brought "Triker Christmas" together. Since then they wrote a sequel called "Triker Christmas 2" and also "Big Bend Adventure".
This was my first video book read. I was surprised at how quickly I forgot I wasn't turning a paper page as your love story held my interest. You have a way with words. Great book.
Christmas' Best Bet, Humble Pie a novella
on June 11, 2012
Quite an interesting story. Has a lot of grammar errors and missing words, but it was interesting enough it keep me going until the finish.
Sheriff Gregg & The Painted Lady
on June 11, 2012
his boots up on the wooden balcony? Don't you mean porch railing? Could be a good story but the poor formatting lost me before I found out. Also the fake country dialogue was off putting.
I tried to review it but it didn't take so I'm trying again. I really like this beginning. I am a hiker so I enjoyed your trail description. I even got shivers when they talked about feeling that someone is watching them.
I particularly enjoyed the artwork. Very cute. The story was also cute and one I know my grandchildren would enjoy. However the formatting of the text isn't pretty. It runs together and doesn't break right.
Interesting story it had me hooked from the start. I don't know if I'm disappointed or relieved that their is an "open" ending. Depending on your outlook you can choose how you want the story to end. Being a romantic, I think they ended up "happily ever after" together.
Enjoyed revisiting high school. Glad my generation didn't have "modern technology" to muck it up worse then it was. Good read, held my interest, and as John Belliveau said it needs an editor to fix the errors.
I read this book in two days. I really enjoyed reading it, turning each page eagerly to see what was going to happen next. Being self published it has some minor editorial errors, but not enough to distract for the story.
It has the makings of a good book. Lots corrections needed to grammar and spelling. I can only suggest that the author read it out loud to herself so she will catch the mistakes, or have someone edit it for her. Needs more character development and scene description to round out the story.