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It’s a Christmas from the past but the usual players aren’t all that different. Tillie Winchester is annoyed with the world – what else is new, right? – and she’s fraying under the pressure. Her nieces believe she’s a bad influence on the youngest Winchester generation – especially an acerbic Thistle – and they want her to set a good example. That’s not easy when she’s fig It’s a Christmas from the past but the usual players aren’t all that different. Tillie Winchester is annoyed with the world – what else is new, right? – and she’s fraying under the pressure. Her nieces believe she’s a bad influence on the youngest Winchester generation – especially an acerbic Thistle – and they want her to set a good example. That’s not easy when she’s fighting with her arch nemesis and trying to convince Bay, Clove and Thistle they didn’t really discover a dead body at the annual tree-lighting ceremony. Between a baking contest she’s determined to win, Thistle’s deteriorating attitude, Clove’s penchant for crying whenever the mood strikes and Chief Terry’s suspicious nature as the fearsome foursome investigate a possible crime, Aunt Tillie has her hands full. It’s Christmas, though, the most magical time of the year, and Tillie is determined to solve every problem – er, maybe make a few worse for Margaret Little if the opportunity arises – and deliver a happy yuletide extravaganza for her family. Buckle up and put on your combat helmet, because Tillie plans on plowing her way to happiness … and she doesn’t care who gets in her path along the way. Note: This is a 28,000-word short novella set in the Wicked Witches of the Midwest world. It's set back in time so can be read at any point.


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It’s a Christmas from the past but the usual players aren’t all that different. Tillie Winchester is annoyed with the world – what else is new, right? – and she’s fraying under the pressure. Her nieces believe she’s a bad influence on the youngest Winchester generation – especially an acerbic Thistle – and they want her to set a good example. That’s not easy when she’s fig It’s a Christmas from the past but the usual players aren’t all that different. Tillie Winchester is annoyed with the world – what else is new, right? – and she’s fraying under the pressure. Her nieces believe she’s a bad influence on the youngest Winchester generation – especially an acerbic Thistle – and they want her to set a good example. That’s not easy when she’s fighting with her arch nemesis and trying to convince Bay, Clove and Thistle they didn’t really discover a dead body at the annual tree-lighting ceremony. Between a baking contest she’s determined to win, Thistle’s deteriorating attitude, Clove’s penchant for crying whenever the mood strikes and Chief Terry’s suspicious nature as the fearsome foursome investigate a possible crime, Aunt Tillie has her hands full. It’s Christmas, though, the most magical time of the year, and Tillie is determined to solve every problem – er, maybe make a few worse for Margaret Little if the opportunity arises – and deliver a happy yuletide extravaganza for her family. Buckle up and put on your combat helmet, because Tillie plans on plowing her way to happiness … and she doesn’t care who gets in her path along the way. Note: This is a 28,000-word short novella set in the Wicked Witches of the Midwest world. It's set back in time so can be read at any point.

30 review for Merry Witchmas

  1. 4 out of 5

    Meg

    It's always good fun to spend the day with the Winchesters, and this was no exception. Many lol moments with Aunt Tillie and the younger versions of the three cousins. It's always good fun to spend the day with the Winchesters, and this was no exception. Many lol moments with Aunt Tillie and the younger versions of the three cousins.

  2. 4 out of 5

    John S Roth

    Another Great Story! Amanda Lee brings us yet another enchanting tale of the Winchester witches - this time from Aunt Tillie's point of view from a Christmas past. Very charming, full of mystery, mayhem and with a healthy dose of snarky humor! Another Great Story! Amanda Lee brings us yet another enchanting tale of the Winchester witches - this time from Aunt Tillie's point of view from a Christmas past. Very charming, full of mystery, mayhem and with a healthy dose of snarky humor!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    Aunt Tilly; Leading by Example Oh boy. Aunt Tully is definitely an example; just not necessarily the one Winnie, Marnie, and Twila had in mind, when they asked her to be on her best behavior, for once. Well, asked isn't exactly right. It was what they demanded. Yeah. That's going to go over well with Aunt Tilly. The girls may, or may not have seen a dead man in the woods at the tree lighting ceremony; Margaret Little may or may not have chopped him up in her bathtub as a blood sacrifice to dark mag Aunt Tilly; Leading by Example Oh boy. Aunt Tully is definitely an example; just not necessarily the one Winnie, Marnie, and Twila had in mind, when they asked her to be on her best behavior, for once. Well, asked isn't exactly right. It was what they demanded. Yeah. That's going to go over well with Aunt Tilly. The girls may, or may not have seen a dead man in the woods at the tree lighting ceremony; Margaret Little may or may not have chopped him up in her bathtub as a blood sacrifice to dark magic, and the girls may or may not get their heart's desire for Christmas. If Aunt Tilly has her way...All bets are off! Read it and laugh at a unique aunt and her three small Christmas elves, as they figure it all out. I just don't know how people are going to get their Christmas cards by the time Tully is done plowing snow.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Crawford

    I really like this series. Obviously it's near Christmas. This takes place some 18 years before the other part of the series so Bay, Clove and Thistle are all still fairly young and easily influenced by Aunt Tillie. The girls seem to have found a body in the forest but when it's checked later there is no body. There's a lot of Aunt Tillie and her snow plow, yellow snow, brown snow and her very-lasting feud with Margaret Little. This time, though, we find out something about Margaret that ties dir I really like this series. Obviously it's near Christmas. This takes place some 18 years before the other part of the series so Bay, Clove and Thistle are all still fairly young and easily influenced by Aunt Tillie. The girls seem to have found a body in the forest but when it's checked later there is no body. There's a lot of Aunt Tillie and her snow plow, yellow snow, brown snow and her very-lasting feud with Margaret Little. This time, though, we find out something about Margaret that ties directly into the disappearance of the body and something that shows another side of her. Another enjoyable read.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mary Heron

    Oh I love me some Tillie I love these short stories, especially the ones that are set in the past. In this story two girls are 11, 10 and 9 it's Christmas again and Aunt Tillie is spreading mischief. The author packs a full story with lots of humour, a little mystery and plenty of holiday cheer, Tillie style. So we have the plow to drive, yellow snow to deliver, looking for a body and a cooking competition to win, all with Tillies usual flair and the help of three very precocious girls. Oh I love me some Tillie I love these short stories, especially the ones that are set in the past. In this story two girls are 11, 10 and 9 it's Christmas again and Aunt Tillie is spreading mischief. The author packs a full story with lots of humour, a little mystery and plenty of holiday cheer, Tillie style. So we have the plow to drive, yellow snow to deliver, looking for a body and a cooking competition to win, all with Tillies usual flair and the help of three very precocious girls.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Perry

    Tillie the softie I am not sure how to possibly write this without it having spoilers. The way Tillie cares for her girls is so awesomely wholesome my eyes leak every time. Even though this happens in the past and reading the entire "full length" series I know it can't happen yet, but I am soooo waiting for karma to bite Mrs. Little! Off to the next great Winchester (short story) adventure!!! Tillie the softie I am not sure how to possibly write this without it having spoilers. The way Tillie cares for her girls is so awesomely wholesome my eyes leak every time. Even though this happens in the past and reading the entire "full length" series I know it can't happen yet, but I am soooo waiting for karma to bite Mrs. Little! Off to the next great Winchester (short story) adventure!!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Diana Blick

    Vintage Winchester This is vintage Winchester hijinks from Aunt Tillie's point of view. It's a short so the mystery is light but there's a really great look at a Winchester Christmas when Bay, Thistle, and Clove were preteen. It's lots of fun and snark for fans of the Wicked Witches of the Midwest. Vintage Winchester This is vintage Winchester hijinks from Aunt Tillie's point of view. It's a short so the mystery is light but there's a really great look at a Winchester Christmas when Bay, Thistle, and Clove were preteen. It's lots of fun and snark for fans of the Wicked Witches of the Midwest.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jessica M

    This was not an interesting book. I have read about the antics of aunt tilly. Before. This book was not funny.or entertaining. Aunt Tully is not a good role.model for her great nices.. . Also the moms need to have a strong i.put I the learning t of the girls. They just ran all.over the place with little discipline..

  9. 5 out of 5

    Paul Hefka

    This is so good. This story is told from Aunt Tillie's perspective. It is a funny and touching tale. Tillie is hilarious. The story and characters were intriguing and engaging, as always. I look forward to reading more about these characters and their further adventures. This book is definitely worth reading. This is so good. This story is told from Aunt Tillie's perspective. It is a funny and touching tale. Tillie is hilarious. The story and characters were intriguing and engaging, as always. I look forward to reading more about these characters and their further adventures. This book is definitely worth reading.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Marie

    Favorite Story This is a fantastic story. I love getting the back story to the characters in the series and knowing how the little girls will turn out. Great book. Highly recommend.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Brenda Allen

    Love reading about the Shenanigan that Aunt Tillie, and the stories involving Bay & Landon, Thistle & Marcus, and Clove & Sam and how they all make me laugh and cry through the books. Don't care how the narrator keeps changing. Love reading about the Shenanigan that Aunt Tillie, and the stories involving Bay & Landon, Thistle & Marcus, and Clove & Sam and how they all make me laugh and cry through the books. Don't care how the narrator keeps changing.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette

    Lovely Great little story that leaves you with a smile and the Christmas spirit. The interaction between Chief Terry and the girls is especially heartwarming.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Julianne

    My no 1 favourite witch series! So funny! Lots of aunt tillie mischief! Love these little insights into the girls as children. Thank you!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tracie Berendt

    Cute book Always funny and entertaining. I liked this book. Tillie and the girls made for some funny interactions. All Christmas themed.

  15. 5 out of 5

    debbie ragan

    Lol funny Told by Aunt Tillie and mainly featuring her and the girls when they were younger, I laughed out loud often!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    Loved it This is a great book because it let's us get to know Sheriff Terry better. I love how Clove says her eyes are going to leak. Loved it This is a great book because it let's us get to know Sheriff Terry better. I love how Clove says her eyes are going to leak.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Brooke

    A sweet holiday story that shows the best of my favorite characters. It gives an insight on future stories and shows some of the characters in better light.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cheri Tipler

    Good Read Ok so I love this series of books and seriously think it should be a TV show. The Winchester Witches are an enjoyable roller coaster every book is engaging.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Trina Santiago

    Aunt Tillie is such a 'Kick'! I am truly enjoying this series of books!! They are all SO entertaining!!! This one is no exception to that rule! Aunt Tillie is such a 'Kick'! I am truly enjoying this series of books!! They are all SO entertaining!!! This one is no exception to that rule!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tessa O'Donnell

    A story from Tillie's point of view This brief look into Tillie's thoughts was wonderful. She is a mix of goodness and mayhem. I so enjoy the family dynamics in these stories. A story from Tillie's point of view This brief look into Tillie's thoughts was wonderful. She is a mix of goodness and mayhem. I so enjoy the family dynamics in these stories.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Dowd

    TRUE CHRISTMAS Most of the book was about character traits, with little about Christmas. The last chapter, though, was about the true meaning of Christmas.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    Some good moments but mostly just okay.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda Jones

    Great Story Unfortunately I had already read it in a box set I bought. Oh well. I need to be more careful in my purchases. I have read about 30 books and shorts in this series, that is how much I am enjoying it.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    very good

  25. 5 out of 5

    Virginia Ursenbach

    Aunt Tillie I get tired of Aunt Tillie and Thistle’s mouths. I don’t think I will read anymore Wicked Witches. Sorry. Just my opinion.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Another sweet story I love this series, it is very well written and the story line is great. I can't stop reading and look forward to more stories about the Winchester Witches Another sweet story I love this series, it is very well written and the story line is great. I can't stop reading and look forward to more stories about the Winchester Witches

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lori Kern

    Merry Witchmas This was a very cute story which in parts made me laugh out loud. A very enjoyable holiday story to read.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Chittenden

    Christmas tingles! This was enough to warm my heart! I simply love Terry. This was also the most heartfelt Aunt Tillie has ever been.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    💓😳💖👌🙏💲💕😊👣👣👣👣👣💟👋👏 I was in the same way,I was, when I continued to also read most of you re books! I loved all specific happens throughout entire book you let me do

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rehana Ibrahim

    Loved This, Thistle is so mean and cute as a little girl I love her and the yellow snow is brilliant.

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