Merry Christmas everyone!

I can hardly believe Christmas is here! Bring on the mince pies, twinkle lights and The Muppet Christmas Carol!

And, of course, Christmas is a time for PRESSIES – so here are two especially for you! Thank you so much for all your love, support and friendship this year, for buying, reading and spreading the word about When I Fall in Love and for being brilliant!

So – pressie number one is a little something to bop around the Christmas tree to. Michael Bublé has one, so does James Taylor, (and the less said about Rod Stewart’s the better), so here’s my very own collection of Christmas tunes especially for you! (Click on the image below to go to the free download)

Sparkly Christmas Medley EP cover

Pressie number 2 is a very special, magical story for the festive season. Find out what happens when one woman receives a surprise guest… (Click on the image below to read the story – you can download it free, too!)

The Christmas Window by Miranda Dickinson

Happy Christmas and look out for lots of exciting stuff coming soon! xx

2 responses to “Merry Christmas everyone!

  1. Hello Miranda – I’ve just discovered you! I’m on your second book and have just bought your last one! However, one comment about something that’s really irritating me (sorry!) – why do your characters call people ‘mate’??!! ‘Mate’ to me is either cockney or Australian, and usually said by men!!? Why your interesting young female characters keep using it is beyond me! I’d love your explanation and do hope I haven’t offended you. Kind regards Sue

    • Hi Sue

      Mate is a very British phrase – especially if, like me, you live in the West Midlands. Where I live women say it as much as men and it’s an alternative to ‘hun’ or ‘dear’. As all my female characters bar one hail from the Midlands originally, it makes sense for them to use this turn of phrase.

      Hope that clears up any confusion!

      Miranda x

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