Lynsay Sands Newsletter
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A Note From Lynsay

Ahh... the snow is white and crisp and makes that crunch, crunch, crunch sound when you walk on it. The neighborhood is aglow at night with Christmas lights and ornaments. The air is so crisp that you can see your breath as you exhale. The malls and stores are jam packed with people as they shop for their Christmas gifts, all patiently waiting in line for their turn to ring through. The neighborhood kids make snow angels in the drifts of snow in the front yard and have snowball fights on holidays. I love skating in the downtown park and skiing on the local hill. Isn't Christmas great!!! Read on

Upcoming Releases

January 27 2009: We are very excited to announce that Devil of the Highlands is scheduled to be released this coming January 2009! Due to a change in publishers, it has been a while since the last historical came out, so we hope that all you historical romance fans get a front row seat and enjoy this romantic roller coaster! It was a lot of fun to write so I hope you have just as much fun reading it.

March 31 2009:The Immortal Hunter, the 11th book in the Argeneaus is coming out this spring. It's about Martine's son Decker Argeneau Pimms. He's a sweetie and his Dani is a doll, so I hope you enjoy their story. But wait till you read the secrets coming out in this one! Jeez!! They even took me by surprise. ;-)

Christmas Word Search

This Christmas word search will hopefully tickle your funny bone! Enjoy the puns and search for the green words in the puzzle. Have fun guys! View Word Search

Christmas Cryptogram

This cryptogram will give you good tidings and cheer for the holiday season. See if you can decrypt what it says!

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Christmas Crossword

This crossword is based on Lynsay's anthology in Holidays Are Hell. It's about Jill, sister to Kyle, whose story was told in Dates From Hell. Here Jill decides to babysit her two and a half year old niece and chaos ensues. View Crossword

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