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Choc Lit Celebrate Twelve Days Of Christmas With National Express

Posted at 12:35PM Tuesday 11 Dec 2012

From 12 December, National Express is giving its customers a choice of free festive reads that will be available over the 12 days of Christmas. The coach giant has teamed up with independent publishing house Choc Lit, to offer twelve short stories, each accompanied by a tasty recipe.

During the run up to Christmas customers can enjoy a special treat from the UK's largest coach provider, with a new short story offered every day from 12 - 23 December, which will remain available during the 12 days of Christmas.

Every day from 12 December customers can take advantage of this festive treat and enjoy stories from some of Choc Lit's award winning authors.

A new story will be available to download every day from 12 - 23 December, with all 12 available to download from December 23 until the twelfth day of Christmas - January 6. The stories can be read on all computers, smartphones and most E-readers.

The new chick flick collection has been created especially for National Express customers to enjoy on the run up to Christmas. Jane Lovering who won 2012's Romantic Novel of the Year will be kicking off the short stories with her romantic tale 'Raspberries'.

Each story also includes a mouth-watering recipe for fans to try out at home. The first story in the collection 'Raspberries' includes a White Chocolate, Lemon and Raspberry Brownie recipe, a perfect treat on these cold winter nights.

To take advantage of the page-turning offer customers simply need to follow National Express on Twitter or Facebook in order to access a unique code. This enables people to download the book from www.choc-lit.co.uk





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