Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Liza's Second Chance by Molly Jebber and An Amish Country Christmas by Charlotte Hubbard and Naomi King #BookGiveaway

Welcome to Day 8 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 Amish romances, Liza’s Second Chance by Molly Jebber and An Amish Country Christmas by Charlotte Hubbard and Naomi King.

Today’s special word(s) is:Β It is

There is something so special about the smell of baked goods that makes the holiday shine, don’t you think? Every Christmas, my mom would go into full on baking mode to make delicious cookies, cakes, and other treats for our family and friends. My favorite was the Walnut Shortbread Cookies that she made for me.

What is a favorite holiday baked treat for you?


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What is your favorite holiday baked good treat?

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28 thoughts on “12 Days of Christmas Giveaways 2018 – Day 8

  1. It’s not baked but my favorite treat is the “Million Dollar Fudge” our family makes at Christmas time.

  2. A probably unknown outside of my family cookie/bread called Noder. It’s a Danish recipe passed down for at least 130 years through 6 generations of women. I remember my Great Grandma making it when I was a kid. She would store it in ice cream buckets in a cold place and then bring out a bowlful at a time, heat it in the microwave, and we would sit there in our long flannel nighties and have a “midnight snack” as she called it….

    1. Oh that is such a neat story Jasmine. I’ve never heard of a Noder before. What a neat name. Thanks for sharing with us. πŸ™‚

  3. I like sugar cookies. My kids and I used to bake alot of them when they were little and I also dis with my grandson.

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