Good Morning and Happy New Year! January 7, 2016
As for most of you my December was busy. Yet, I always find time to read. ALWAYS! I’ve read through many novellas. They are listed below with a short review. Every one of them were great reads.
“The Substitute Bride” by Carrie Fancett PagelsA Christmas Carol meets It’s A Wonderful Life. I loved this story line and how the heroine finds herself in a tough spot and seeks a solution. That solution ends up being an answer to her prayer as well as the hero's'. Step out in faith when God directs you.
"Yes, Violet there is a Santa Clause." Two people in search of answers to their father's pasts that put them in each other's path. Who is the man behind the letters from Santa. A kind deed can travel a long way.
Lauren and Jeffrey have known each other since childhood. Each want the other to find the spouse of their dreams. But maybe, they are looking at the wrong faces. Sometimes we just need to ask God to change our perspective in certain situations.
“Pieces on Earth” by Cathy Bryant
Have you ever made plans for Christmas just to have them turned upside down? Learn how Liv deals with life lessons when her plans are shattered, she goes on spending binges and how she thinks her new friend has it all together. Through our relationship with God can plans be redirected, help through everyday ups and downs and to learn that no one has a perfect life.
“Christmas Traditions” 9 novellas including authors Jennifer Alee, Darlene Franklin, Patty Smith Hall, Cynthia Hickey, Carrie Fancett Pagels, Niki Turner, Gina Welborn
Just plan a week-end to cuddle up with a warm blanket and a cup of coffee and enjoy each of these novellas. They are amazing.
I realize Christmas has passed but Christmas stories are always a good idea regardless of the of year.