Christmas books! And a chance to win a book!

Rachel Kent

Blogger: Rachel Kent 

Our clients’ Christmas releases are starting to arrive at the office. A couple of weeks ago, we received agency copies of:

Wyoming Christmas Quadruplets by Jill Kemerer

The Victorian Christmas Brides Collection with stories by Books & Such clients Lorna Seilstad, Erica Vetsch and Gabrielle Meyer.

Christmas Stitches by Judith Miller, Nancy Moser and Stephanie Grace Whitson

The Christmas Heirloom Collection with stories by Books & Such clients Karen Witemeyer and Sarah Loudin Thomas.

Mistletoe Courtship with a story by Books & Such client Sarah Mitchell

and Cold Case Christmas by Jessica R. Patch

I could be missing some of the client Christmas books on this list, but that’s at least a good sampling of the ones that have come in recently.

Christmas books come out early in preparation for all of the Christmas shopping. I have not started mine yet!

Do you enjoy reading books about Christmas or Christmas novellas?

What is your current favorite Christmas book?

I enjoy reading Christmas novellas and books, but I have too many favorites to list them all. I have enjoyed many of the Barbour Christmas collections, and I enjoy reading the Christmas novellas/novels my clients write.

I have an extra copy of Wyoming Christmas Quadruplets and also an extra copy of Cold Case Christmas that I’d like to pass along to two blog readers. I’ll randomly pick two of you who comment on the blog today to each receive one of the books. I’ll announce the winners in this blog’s comments on Wednesday morning, and I’ll email the two winners privately to get mailing addresses.

Have a wonderful week and thank you for being faithful readers of the Books & Such blog!

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