Title/ A Nightmare for Christmas (A Guardian Thriller) / Author/ Jason C. Anderson / Publishing Date/ February 2015 / Length/ 24 pages / Genre/ Christmas Thriller Short Story
Well that was refreshing! Don’t get me wrong, I love a sweet Christmas miracle story as much as the next person, however there is something tingly about a Christmas horror story. Robert is a young man who is on a bad path and the consequences for his actions may just be a bit more than he bargained for. He is about to find out that Santa is real and he IS watching and that isn’t the truly scary part.
This bookworm awards “A Nightmare for Christmas” 5 Tomes
Goodreads Summary: “He sees you when you’re sleeping. He knows when you’re awake. He knows if you’ve been bad or good, so be good for goodness sake.”
When the holiday season rolls around once again, Robert Wilson learns the hard way that the verse is more than a song… It’s a warning for all naughty boys and girls.
There is someone watching them… and he is far worse then Santa Claus.
Author Info: http://www.jasoncanderson.com
Jason C. Anderson is the author of the US Monsters and the Guardians series. His newest books are Ghosts Haunt at Tombstone (US Monsters), A Carriage of Death (Guardians), and A Neighborhood of Gargoyles (Guardians).
Jason writes what he enjoys to read–high-octane fiction with explosive action and adventure. Readers of all ages will enjoy his rip-roaring adventures filled with a healthy balance of laughs, thrills, and chills.
What he enjoys most about putting together these stories is mixing the believable with the unbelievable. Whether that is by placing his characters in the most extreme settings or up against beastly creatures, each reader will find his stories to be both unforgettable and difficult to put down.
Jason has always enjoyed storytelling and knew he was destined to become an author. Hopefully his passion and love for writing is apparent in the books he publishes.
Jason lives in the gorgeous Pacific Northwest, spending his time with his family, enjoying the rugged outdoors, and playing with his dog, Cutter.