Success only flourishes in perseverance -- ceaseless, restless perseverance.
--Baron Manfred Von Richtofen

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

December Story Feature: Sweet Singing in the Choir

This month's story is a special Christmas gift from me to you. "Sweet Singing in the Choir" is one of the many Christmas stories that I have written as a gift to my family and friends over the years, and it is one of my personal favorites.

When Eliza, better known as Lazer, slips into the church looking for a bathroom, she doesn't know she's about to get drawn into a memorable experience with the off-key choir practicing in the chapel.

I hope that you'll enjoy "Sweet Singing in the Choir," and that it will brighten your Christmas season. Leave a comment here to let me know what you think.

P.S. If you like "Sweet Singing in the Choir," check out another of my Christmas stories, "Shepherds and Kings," in Stolen Christmas and Other Stories of the Season.


Matthtewmb said...

I really enjoyed that touching story. It was moving and well written. Thanks for sharing your gift.


Aubrie said...

I loved your story! Imagine, a girl with a nose ring singing in the choir! The power of music is awesome, isn't it?

What a wonderful, touching story.

Carolyn V. said...

Angie, it was beautiful!

Thanks for sharing.

Linz said...

That story is wonderful. So sweet and touching! It's one of my favorites too!

Angie said...

Thanks, everyone. You really made my day. :)