Are you a book lover? We've got you covered!

RRR Christmas Treasures Short Story Contest!

Readers Review Room would like to thank all the contestants of the  CHRISTMAS SHORT STORY CONTEST.  We enjoyed each of your stories and appreciate your participation and support.

Each story was rated on a scale of 1-5 based on the following criteria:

*character development

*plot

*grammar/spelling

*creativity

*writing talent

It was a tough competition that ended with a tie between two titles, which were then sent to a neutral party for final judging. 

 

AND THE WINNING STORY IS…

Krampus by Billy McLaughlin

 

AND OUR FIRST RUNNER UP IS…

Those Who Wait by Beth Hale

 

 

Congratulations to Helen Pryke, the Members’ Choice winner! 

Here is her winning story!

Coming Home for Christmas by Helen Pryke

 

The Readers Review Room is proud to bring you our first
Christmas Short Story Contest.

Happy Reading!

 

 

Home for Christmas by Karen J. Mossman

Cupcakes and Computers: A Christmas Poem (Chick Lit Style) by Jena C. Henry

 

Coming Home for Christmas by Helen Pryke

 

Being Santa by Maighread MacKay

 

The Legend of the Christmas Star by Maighread MacKay

 

The Other Santa by Sarah Northwood

 

The Christmas Ornament by Joanie Chevalier

 

Aidan’s Minecraft Christmas by Annette Spratte

 

Christmas Haunt by Celica Micklefield

 

Those Who Wait by Beth Hale

 

The Hot Christmas by Theresa Nash

 

The Yuletide Gift by Jane Jago

 

Krampus by Billy McLaughlin

 

Ebony Finds Christmas by Kimberly Jones

The Toy Box Directive by J.A. Willoughby

 

My Forever Love by Ty Leese Javeh

A Seventies Christmas to Forget by Joy Mutter

New Beginnings by Erica Graham


Two Christmas Toys by J.A. Willoughby

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To All A Good Night by J. A. Willoughby

 

Peace on Earth and… by Tim Ricketts

Here is a Christmas short by our founder, Traci Sanders, just for fun. (not eligible for voting)

 

Holiday Hearts

 

Thanks again to all our contestants and a big CONGRATS to our finalists! These stories will remain on the site for the public’s enjoyment. 

Happy Holidays!