In case you hadn’t noticed, Annie Acorn Publishing, LLC, is celebrating Christmas in July. As if our Christmasy banner wasn’t enough, we’ve decided to feature a different one of Angel Nichols’ fabulous Christmas covers each day.
Angel is an accomplished illustrator, author and graphic artist who juggles a busy working schedule with family, friends and her passion for the arts. She has been a hobbyist writer for much of her life, before being asked to author for Annie Acorn’s 2012 Christmas Anthology. She is a member of From Women’s Pens.
Ms. Nichols is the exclusive cover artist for Annie Acorn Publishing, LLC. Her award-winning covers have been seen on the Barnes and Noble’s bestseller list as well as in Amazon top categories. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Communication and Digital Design from AIU.
All of us at AAPub breath a sigh of relief each time we sign on a new work, knowing as we do that Angel will be there to produce the cover.
Today, we are featuring Angel’s cover for A Magic Cup of Christmas Tea by Charlotte Kent, so Merry Christmas in July to Angel and all of YOU!
A Magic Cup of Christmas Tea (Captain’s Point Stories Book 53) – The first novella in the Captain’s Point Stories series. A romantic women’s fiction/family saga/chicklit series written by Annie Acorn & Juliette Hill writing as Charlotte Kent.
Christmas is fast approaching in Captain’s Point, and handsome Liam O’Brien, Head Cook at Chester’s crab shack, finds it hard to get into the spirit, as memories of the girl who was spirited away from him in the dead of night twelve years before fill his mind.
But then, a newcomer to his condo building serves him what she claims is a magic cup of Christmas tea, and his whole world changes in a flash. Now, what should he do with the gift that has been given to him?
Don’t miss this love-filled Captain’s Point novella from the collaborative writing team of internationally beloved, From Women’s Pens authors Annie Acorn and Juliette Hill, writing as Charlotte Kent.
Come and fall in love again!
- The Editors