The First Backwards Christmas by Brooke Williams

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The First Backwards Christmas by Author Brooke Williams
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Genre – Romantic Comedy/Christmas Short Story
Page Count – 49 pages
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Jack Furst loves South Pole, Alaska, almost as much as his sled dogs and second only to his girlfriend, Joyce. But the area has taken a down turn in recent years and he’s afraid it’ll be a ghost town before long.

Joyce Nicholson enjoys her home base in South Pole and flies her single engine plane to surrounding villages with supplies daily. When her company pressures her to move to another city with a better location and bigger population, Joyce fears leaving Jack behind.

There’s nothing more powerful than Christmas in Alaska and when a surprise mayoral election shocks the entire South Pole residency, the town flips upside down and holds the most unusual Christmas celebration ever. Will it be enough to save the beloved city?



Brooke Williams is a former radio announcer/producer and script writer turned freelance writer and author. When Brooke’s first daughter was born in 2009 she left her full time radio career to stay home. Eventually, she realized she could fulfill her lifelong desire to write while her daughter napped and she then entered into the freelance writing world. As her business grew, she took on clients from all over the world and began to dabble in fiction writing once again. Brooke has several books on the market including her first novel, “Someone Always Loved You” Brooke loves all things writing and currently specializes in clean romantic comedy, though she’s written a bit of everything. Her latest release “The Leftover” came out from BQB publishing in september 2017 followed by “The First Backwards Christmas,” the third in the backwards christmas story-line. Brooke has two young daughters, ages 9 and 5 and has been married since 2002.




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