Three (plus one) by Ann McMan


Join Diz and Clarissa in their annual ill-fated attempts to enjoy a quiet Christmas in Ann McMan’s hilarious holiday omnibus.



“Ann McMan has given us a charming Christmas delight. Witty, humorous and full of fun. Fast paced and full of non-stop rollicks—I couldn’t put it down. Anyone who likes some Christmas cheer will love this, and let’s hope for more Diz and Clarissa adventures in the future.—VELVET LOUNGER, The Lesbian Reading Room

“I like everything about this book, between the characters and their growth, the dialogue, and the silly situations. It’s such a satisfying read that, although it’s a Christmas book, I could see myself picking it up again any time of year. Even the cover is fantastic!” —TARA SCOTT, The Lesbian Review

Diz and Clarissa Are Back for the Holidays!

It’s Christmas Eve in Baltimore, and you know what that means . . . snow.

Lots of it.

Join our dynamic duo as they battle the elements, quirky friends and family, and two marauding dogs in their annual ill-fated attempts to enjoy a quiet Christmas alone.

Originally published in 2014, this Christmas collection features the short stories, Nevermore!, A Christmas Tree Grows in Baltimore, and Blended Families.

But wait!

There’s more!

In the Bywater Books reissue of Three, you get a (plus one)!

This updated edition of Ann McMan’s romantic comedy classic includes the fourth tale of Diz and Clarissa, ‘Twas the Nightmare Before Christmas.

This trilogy (plus one) is a holiday omnibus not to be missed!

Three (plus one) is also available in the following formats:

Audiobook via and

ANN McMAN is a recipient of the Alice B. Lavender Certificate for Outstanding Debut Novel and the Alice B. Medal for her body of work. She is a four-time winner of the Golden Crown Literary Award. Her novel, Backcast, was a 2016 IPPY medalist, and her novel, Hoosier Daddy, was a 2014 Lambda Literary Award finalist. An award-winning graphic designer, she resides in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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