Food Fight-A Holiday Short Short Story, стр. 2

I took it a personal challenge toinvolve the entire traditional Christmas dinner, and I hope that Isucceeded.

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Christina F. York is anative of the Pacific Northwest. She writes across several genres,including SF, fantasy, romance, and mystery, sometimes incollaboration with husband J. Steven York, whose Christmas storiesare also available free from Tsunami Press throughSmashwords.

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