Christmas Novels

Magical, Insightful, Adventure-Romance Christmas books

Archive for December, 2009

On sale at Amazon

Amazon.com just put Courage, Love and the Meaning of Christmas on sale for just $7.95. Lowest price ever! Get there anytime with this link: http://tinyurl.com/christmasbook

Find the sequel, The Perfect Gift, at http://tinyurl.com/christmasnovel.

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Now available on Amazon.com

Courage, Love and the Meaning of Christmas and The Perfect Gift are now listed on Amazon.com (includes free super-saver shipping!).

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Late-Shopper Specials

For all of you who don’t start shopping on Memorial Day and finish by Halloween, here are a couple specials for you to enjoy until Christmas Day (or whenever we remember to update this site!).

First, FREE SHIPPING has been lowered from $39 minimum order to $29 minimum order. This will happen automatically during check out.

Second, enjoy a buck off our two best books: Courage, Love and the Meaning of Christmas and The Perfect Gift. Get them now for just $10.79 each. Not only will you never regret reading them (or giving them away), but we barely got these finished in time for Christmas this year, you’ll be way ahead of the crowd when these books come out en force next year!

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Courage, Love and the Meaning of Christmas first 3 chapters

These first three chapters of the new book Courage, Love and the Meaning of Christmas give you a small idea of what to expect from this outstanding novel: snappy dialogue, description and action that pops right off the page; deep life-changing insights, strong, interesting, entertaining characters; and plenty of romance.

Rather than read them here at ChristmasNovels.com, we invite you to view the actual pages visible via Amazon.com‘s “Click to Look Inside” feature. Click to go there now

Note: Amazon cuts off the last few lines of the chapter, which finishes like this:

“If it wasn’t finals,” Lauren said with a very slight smile, “you might be funny.” With that, she piled her books back into her pack, slung it over one shoulder, and left the room.
After a minute of quiet and just as I began to read again, Ski broke the silence. “I can’t believe you let her get away,” he said, shaking his head. “She’s smart. She’s a keeper.”

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