The Christmas Challenge

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Trying to recreate a family tradition when my Grandfather took me with him to cut down and carry home the family Christmas tree, my children and I would traipse out to our local tree farm to pick out our Christmas tree. Our tradition culminated in the Christmas my friends and family still refer to as the year of "The Mother Lode" tree. Laugh and cry at an attempt to preserve childhood memories. More
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About Linda Boltman

Linda Boltman’s psychological thriller, Man in the Moon was released by Jigsaw Press in July, 2011. Although she still writes psychological thrillers, since then she has shifted her focus to write short eBooks for people on the go. including The Sheriff, The Copper Box, Lover’s Leap, The Valet of Darkshire Manor, The Captive, Moon Pies, Plum Loco, The Christmas Challenge and Flash and Dash, a collection of short stories. Shifting yet again, her latest book, a science fiction thriller, The Battle For Gray Tower, was released in October, 2014.

Linda’s short story, The Captive was selected by San Diego Writer's Ink Anthology, Vol 4 as one of San Diego's finest writers. She has had numerous short stories and poetry published in IdeaGems Magazine, Adventures for the Average Woman and Tough Lit in both their magazine and ezine editions in the United States and internationally. Her stories have also appeared in GreenPrints, Grand Magazine, The San Diego Reader and other publications.

An active water colorist and traveler, Linda makes her home base in Kirkland, Washington where she enjoys an active lifestyle in the middle of wine country, the ocean and mountains with some pretty amazing scenery.

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Review by: Victoria Zigler on July 12, 2012 :
While it's a sweet concept, I felt this was more a flashback that belongs in a novel than an actual story in its own right. It's amusing, but where's the conflict? Where's the thing that needs to be over-come? Where's the evidence that what happened in the story changed things for the main character? It needs something more, I think.
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