Katherine Taylor notices the obvious.

My Bookreporter essay recalls an extremely disastrous small-town Christmas horror show, while every other author featured in their 2-month long author-holiday-gift-giving-essay extravaganza recalls some heartwarming Christmas memory involving the Swiss Family Robinson and Louisa May Alcott and — I kid you not — e.e. cummings.  

It’s just an observation.

I think disaster is funny and heartwarming.

Also, does this mean no one else has a brother whose old girlfriend is a knife-wielding killer?  Really?  I think you guys are lying.

3 thoughts on “Katherine Taylor notices the obvious.

  1. I appreciate the cranberry sentiment. Our family should have a saying like “It aint Christmas until somebody puts a fist through a window.”

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