Published in “‘Tis The Seasons: Poems for Your Holiday Spirit”

I am very excited to announce that my poem titled “The Gingerbread Boy” was selected for publication in ‘Tis The Seasons: Poems for Your Holiday Spirit, published by Red Penguin Books.

From Red Penguin’s website:

“‘Tis The Seasons – Poems For Your Holiday Spirit” brings together poems by over thirty unique writers that celebrate the many facets of the holiday season. From the stuffing on Thanksgiving to the Christmas Carols we hold near and dear to our hearts, this collection is sure to put you in the mindset to give thanks, bake some cookies, light a fire in the hearth, and curl up with the words of our brilliantly talented and always moving authors.”

The book is available for purchase on Amazon.com in both Kindle ($2.99) and paperback ($4.99) versions.

The book makes a perfect holiday gift or stocking stuffer, and shipping from Amazon is very quick. I ordered copies on Saturday and they were delivered on Thursday. If you order, I hope you enjoy the poems by many talented writers, including “The Gingerbread Boy.”

Thanks for joining me on my journey. I’m glad you’re here.

With gratitude,

Jill

“Published in ‘Tis The Seasons: Poems for Your Holiday Spirit was posted on jillocone.com and on soulseaker.com on December 16, 2020. Views and opinions expressed in this post are solely those of the writer, who was not endorsed or compensated in any manner by any entity; views do not represent any employer. Copyright 2020, Jill Ocone. All rights reserved. Contact jillocone@gmail.com with reposting, licensing, and publishing inquiries.

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