Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: The Amish Widow's New Love by Liz Tolsma and An Aspen Creek Christmas by Roxanne Rustand #BookGiveaway

Welcome to Day 2 of the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways for 2018!

The Rules: Each day will have its own giveaway that will run for 7 days. You can enter all of the giveaways or just the ones that strike your fancy.Β Many of the giveaways will only be open to US residents (shipping costs you know πŸ™ sorry), but I will have a few open internationally.

Every day there will be special word(s) that you will need to put together the special quote for the Day 12 giveaway. That quote and entry in one of the other 11 giveaways will be required to enter the Day 12 giveaway.

This giveaway is for the contemporary romances, The Amish Widow’s New Love by Liz Tolsma and An Aspen Creek Christmas by Roxanne Rustand.

Today’s special word is:Β time

A tradition that I look forward to every year is watching A Christmas Carol with my family. The Patrick Stewart version is our favorite. It is such a great story of redemption.

What are some Christmas stories that you look forward to reading?


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What Christmas story do you look forward to reading this year?

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42 thoughts on “12 Days of Christmas Giveaways 2018 – Day 2

  1. I can’t really think of any Christmas book that I look forward to reading. I did enjoy reading Terri Blackstock’s Catching Christmas and Anne Greene’s A Williamsburg Christmas, as well as Melody Carson’s Christmas at Harrington’s.

    1. I love Terri Blackstock’s suspense so I’m really interested in reading her departure from that genre. Thanks for commenting Anne. πŸ™‚

  2. Every year i look forward to reading “The Christmas Shoes” by Donna VanLiere and “The Polar Express” by Chris Van Allsburg and “Mary Did You Know?” by Mark Lowry

  3. I always love reading The Crippled Lamb by Max Lucado. Thank you for the chance. Blessings

    1. My husband reads us the nativity story from the Bible every Christmas eve. I love that. Thanks for sharing Heidi. πŸ™‚

  4. I did read Catching Christmas and really enjoyed this well written book. It definitely was written from a different perspective but very enjoyable. I also enjoyed Christmas in Abundance by Sally Bayless which I just finished today. I have several new-to-me Christmas books in my TBR pile, but my problem is deciding which one to start with. Hopefully, I will get many of them read this month πŸ™‚

  5. Luke chapter 2 in KJV. That’s why I love Charlie Brown Christmas so much. I’m worried about how many more years it will be allowed to be shown on TV. At least I have a DVD.

  6. Every single one that I am going to read LOL
    To pick just one though I’ll say Catching Christmas by Terri Blackstock

  7. Well, since I’ve already read most of the ones I was going to read for this year I’d have to say the ones that I have left on my TBR stack would be Catching Christmas by Terri Blackstock and Lone Star Christmas Witness by Margaret Daley.

  8. I have so many favorites, however one that comes to mind is the Christmas Lamp. a novella, by Lori Copeland. Christmas Time is a wonderful time for enjoying not only past memories but making new memories while looking forward to the many wonderful events, parties, programs and the coming together of family, church , and community. I am looking forward to reading “An Aspen Creek Christmas” by Rozanne Rustand. Blessings, Madelyn Shields

    1. Oh, I’ve heard some good buzz about that one Paula. I need to add that to my TBR list. Thanks for sharing. πŸ™‚

  9. I read “Finding Father Christmas” by Robin Jones Gunn last week and after I finish reading “Wait For Me” by Susan May Warren I am going to read “Engaging Father Christmas”.

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