Sock it to Me, Santa!

Rated 4.00/5 based on 5 reviews
Ryan is assigned Jamie's name for their class's secret gift exchange. He wants to give Jamie the perfect gift because he feels bad about the way all the kids tease him for being gay. At least, he tells himself that's the reason. It couldn't be that he actually has feelings for Jamie, could it? More

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About Madison Parker

Madison Parker grew up in Germany where she feasted on Gummibärchen, wandered through the woods on many a Volksmarch, and dreamed of one day living in a castle on a mountain with a boy who knew how to rock a pair of lederhosen. The Fates had other plans for her, but she’s not complaining.

Madison began writing LGBTQ fiction to help address issues of bullying and low self-esteem in our young adult populations. Madison’s short story, SOCK IT TO ME, SANTA!, explores one boy’s struggle to come out in a hostile school environment. Her debut novel, PLAY ME, I'M YOURS, takes the reader on an emotional journey in search of love and self-acceptance.

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Agaton reviewed on Jan. 18, 2013

Sock monkey and rainbow spider, that's what you will get for Christmas. Oh! And a lot of fluff, which gonna make you smile.
That was the cutest story, which I had an opportunity to read recently. Seriously.
So maybe everything was happening too fast. Maybe the change of Ryan's attitude was rather abrupt. Maybe the ending was unbelievable. So what?
It's Christmas time, everyone needs something sweet.

Read it back in December :)
(reviewed 40 days after purchase)
Signe Oxoniensis reviewed on Jan. 13, 2013

A delightful read. I particularly enjoyed the portrayal of the mother, supportive but not overly forceful, just quietly there in the background.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Evelina Landin Dillner reviewed on Jan. 4, 2013

A very sweet story. The plot was uncomplicated enough, yet interesting, and I found the main characters very likeable.

The only minor complaint I have is that it felt a bit rushed towards the end; I think it could have benefited from being a few pages longer. But that's really the only thing, apart from that I really enjoyed this lovely story.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Byron Croft reviewed on Dec. 10, 2012

Way to cute... I'm not a fan of the short story concept.. Every now and then one works and this is one of them.

The characters pop out of the page and into your mind well. The secondary characters worked well too.

The story. Very sweetly written just with all shorts, I want to know MORE. Really can't see any disjointedness in the story. A great concept that worked really well. And novel use of plot material..

Thanks Madison.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Whans Bee reviewed on Nov. 17, 2012

I needed to add the stars.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Whans Bee reviewed on Nov. 17, 2012
(no rating)
Thanks a lot for the opportunity to read this free of charge!
This is my kind of story, made of fluff, dreams and rainbows, needless to say, I loved it. It's like an early Christmas gift XD.

My favourite passage of writing, has to be the beginning of Part 2, when Ryan was just recognising his feelings for Jamie, and he felt as though he was seeing him everywhere. Loved that bit. Also, so many other sweet touches that gives this story its identity, including strong characters unafraid of standing out.

Very Lovely
(reviewed the day of purchase)
gaear reviewed on Nov. 14, 2012
(no rating)
Hello! Thank You for the code for have Sock it to Me, Santa! free. It was very kind of you because i love your story, it's very cute !! ^^
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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